HETP classes Hispanic entrepreneurs offered by SHCCNJ

The NJ Hispanic Chamber of Commerce opens doors for Hispanic entrepreneurs

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The Statewide Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of New Jersey offers opportunities to startups as well as established Hispanic entrepreneurs looking to expand through their Hispanic Entrepreneur Training program (HETP).
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...
business accelerator Access Latina

Access Latina announces business accelerator for Latina entrepreneurs in STEAM

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Access Latina, a business accelerator for Latina-owned firms, launched its second cohort to compete for a chance at more than $100K in capital and resources for Latinas to grow their businesses.
Latinas leaving corporate America, startups, small business, launching a business

Latinas leaving corporate America and succeeding as entrepreneurs

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The success of many Latinas leaving corporate America has inspired others to follow on their path, and more Latinas prefer to have their own business rather than work for someone else.
Members of the AccessLatina accelerator

AccessLatina and LatinasinBusiness.us announce media strategic partnership

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The media strategic partnership will include covering AccessLatina events, announcements and activities, and promoting Latina business owners who participate in their annual competition.
AccessLatinas finalist with co-founders Lucienne Gigante and Marta Michelle

8 Latina business owners finalists for AccessLatina accelerator

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AccessLatina announced the names of eight Latina business owners chosen as finalists for its accelerator competition.
Members of the AccessLatina accelerator

AccessLatina launches accelerator for economic empowerment of Latinas in STEAM

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AccessLatina will provide capital and resources to Latina entrepreneurs, including a $25,000 grant and a crowd-funding round, advanced education, publicity, mentoring and access to
Los Angeles Tap the Future winner Enso Ink_feature

“Shark Tank” Daymond John gives you 3 tips to win $200K (video)

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Are you a LIBizus startup or entrepreneur looking to take your…
5 steps to starting your own business

5 Inevitable steps before launching your business

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"If you’ve been considering starting a business for some time,…