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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
It wouldn’t be right to ignore the battle that many women workers –among which Latinas are a part of–are fighting for their rights in the workplace.
For small business owners, it might be a scary proposition to get entangled with the import-export red tape but now The State Trade and Export Promotion Grant Program (STEP),
Join the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Montgomery County (HCCMC) in attending and celebrating this spectacular Business Conference and Expo. We encourage you to attend the workshops, breakfast, lunch and after hours mixer. Come and walk the Exhibitor Showroom Floor. Bring plenty of business cards and come ready to make new business contacts to expand […]
Join government officials, corporate leaders and diplomats in the excitement and enthusiasm as we open the Annual Convention and Expo and celebrate the Chamber’s 26 years of service.
According to the National Women’s Business Council (NWBC) 2012 Survey of Business Owners, Latinas are leading the ranks with 1.5M businesses owned –almost doubled from 2007 to 2012 – and these where the years of the Great Recession!
Marcela is an experienced business owner with clients ranging from F2000 companies, government institutions, to start-ups over the past 25 years.
Living in the New Jersey/New York region for now over 25 years, I would have not paid attention to the matter if it was not because Latinas were involved.
Many businesses forced to close down following a disaster are never able to open their doors again. A disaster plan and adequate insurance are keys to recovery.