Social media for small businesses has become an imperative in today’s competitive business world. Here are some tips from four experts in the field.
About Susana G Baumann
Award-winning journalist, author, multicultural expert, public speaker, small business advocate and the Editor-in-Chief of LatinasinBusiness.us. Susana is an Argentinean immigrant who started her own small business over 20 years ago. Now, through her new digital platform and social media channels, she advocates for the economic empowerment of Latinas in the United States.
Entries by Susana G Baumann
College education is an alternative for many Latino families to help their children climb the social ladder but a very hard one when it comes to saving and paying for it. Here’s some insights and resources to make the task easier.
Despite new reports on the increasing Latino economic power –their buying power, insertion in the labor force, and their role as the backbone of Social Security–their role…
Take a few minutes every day and practice these simple desk exercises at work. They will change your posture, ease your stress and even help you be more focused!
f you are a woman in the workplace, you know what “women pay inequality” means: You need to work over 3 more months to earn what your man did last year. Sounds unfair? According to a report from the White House, full-time working women earn 23% less than their male counterparts. Translated to working days, it equals to […]
Many small business owners rely on personal savings and credit cards for funding their business. The excitement and energy that helped them start might turn into stress and despair when cash is not flowing and debt starts piling up. If you are like most small business owners
It was our first year as an immigrant family. A few days before Thanksgiving, a small yellowish envelope with little illustrations of red leaves and orange pumpkins arrived at the house: An invitation to celebrate our first Thanksgiving with new friends in the United States. My family and I arrived in the United States a sunny […]
Whenever you apply for a job, you can almost guarantee that your potential employer will ask for references. However, what happens if your previous manager gives bad references to a prospective employer?
Study by Urban Institute and the March of Dimes documents increases in coverage rates since 2013 for childbearing age women in states that have expanded Medicaid under the Affordable Care Act.