Hispanic-owned businesses will likely transform the economic and political landscape of the U.S., this is proven by the fact that Hispanic-owned businesses have grown at a rate that's fifteen times the national average, and that trend has been sustained for at least the last 10-15 years.
Salt Lake City is an epicenter for urban opportunity, business growth, entrepreneurial development and affordable living. The most populous city in the state of Utah, Salt Lake City also has a budding Hispanic/Latino population that shares a symbiotic relationship with the city.
Charlotte is the largest city in the North Carolina, it's the 16th largest city in the U.S. based on the population, and it is one of fastest growing cities in the United States. Also, it's stealthily becoming one of the fastest emerging Hispanic markets in the country.
Entrepreneurship is rooted in Latinos' cultural values. Their hard-working, disciplined nature coincides with a creative spirit, leading millions to pilot their own businesses. Doing so allows them to explore their passions, create more jobs within their communities and grants them more control and flexibility.