Latina SmallBiz Expo Pitch Competition winner

Latinas in Business announces 2018 Latina SmallBiz Expo & Pitch Competition

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The 2018 Latina SmallBiz Expo & Pitch Competition is about to start! Have you hear of it? Well, if you haven't, get ready for a great treat this year!
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Latina entrepreneur combats infants' pneumonia deaths with biotech

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Pneumonia is an infection of the lungs and is the number one infectious cause of death among children under five years of age. Through Nopneu, Temiloluwa Adeniyi is developing a revolutionary tool

How most and least diverse cities in the US affect minority-owned businesses

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A study conducted by WalletHub found out that minority-owned businesses thrive in ethnically diverse cities. Population trends predict that by 2044 minority populations will rise to 56 percent so that no single ethnic group...
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Pros and cons of building a Latino family business

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A Latino family business is an opportunity to build wealth for…
Latina SmallBiz Expo Pitch Competition winners

Latina SmallBiz Expo Pitch Competition winners at Univision 41

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The Latina SmallBiz Expo Pitch Competition winners visited Univision 41 studios to be interviewed by Katiria Soto, presenter of "Contigo en la Comunidad."
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Small Business Saturday: Against the odds, Latino small businesses thrive

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Financial education and language barriers drag down Latino small businesses compared to other demographics. Still, “when there's a will there's a way,”

2017 Latina SmallBiz Expo & Pitch Competition hosted at NJIT

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LatinasinBusiness.us, the national digital platform that advocates for the economic empowerment of the Latina working woman, has announced their 2017 Latina SmallBiz Expo and Pitch Competition.
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Social media and empanadas at Feria de Negocios Hispanos de New Jersey

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Carlos Serrano and Hipatia Lopez will share how they became successful empanadas business owners on July 18 at he Feria de Negocios Hispanos de New Jersey.
Sgt. Michallie Wesley, an operations noncommissioned officer in B Company, Brigade Special Troops Battalion, 2nd Advise and Assist Brigade, 1st Infantry Division, United States Division-Center, answers a question as a panelist taking part in an interactive discussion on the theme of "Women Serving in Combat" at Camp Liberty, Iraq, Wednesday, March 16, 2011 (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Jennifer Sardam) (released)

Veteran’s Day: Veterans make great entrepreneurs

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In the near term more than 250,000 service members a year will transition into civilian life and become veterans, according to the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA). This means the economy...