Entrepreneur leader John Mullins hosting business webinar for Access Latina

John Mullins, London School of Business, entrepreneurship leader and award-winning author

John Mullins, London School of Business, entrepreneurship leader and award-winning author

Don’t miss this opportunity to register at www.accesslatina.org by Dec. 6 at midnight to receive an email with a link to John Mullins webinar, which will be available for a limited time only for Access Latina participants.


Access Latina is the first multimarket accelerator program designed to help Latina business owners in various sectors reach their entrepreneurial and economic potential through capital and resource investment.

As part of their accelerator promotional campaign, they invited entrepreneurship professor John Mullins to host a business webinar based on Mullins’ most recent book, “The Customer-Funded Business: Start, Finance, or Grow Your Company with Your Customers’ Cash,” in which he shows entrepreneurs how to get customers, instead of investors, to fund their businesses.

Entrepreneurs who register at www.accesslatina.org by Dec. 6 at midnight will receive an email with a link to the webinar, which will be available for a limited time only for Access Latina participants.

Access Latina also announced that it will accept applications to the business competition that will award more than $100,000 in capital and resources through Dec. 11.

To be eligible, the applicants must own at least 20% share of businesses in the STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Math), social innovation and agriculture industries (including ag-farm and ag-tech) that are headquartered in New York, Washington, D.C., Florida and Puerto Rico. The accelerator also informed that it will review applications of businesses with annual revenue of at least $50,000.

Each winner will receive a $25,000 grant and a crowdfunding round, advanced education, publicity, mentoring and access to a high-profile network of professionals including entrepreneurs and investors.

“Investing in women’s economic development is a significant economic driver for any country,” said Access Latina co-founder Lucienne Gigante.

Members of the AccessLatina accelerator

Members of the AccessLatina accelerator

“Latina-owned businesses have increased nearly 200% over the past decade and we want to help them grow through access to mentorship, networks and opportunities,” added co-founder Marta Michelle Colon.

John Mullins, an Associate Professor of Management Practice in Marketing and Entrepreneurship at London Business Schol, is an award-winning teacher and scholar and one of the world’s foremost thought leaders in entrepreneurship, John brings to his teaching and research 20 years of executive experience in high-growth retailing firms, including two ventures he founded and one he took public.

Mullins gives lectures throughout the world on entrepreneurship and venture capital. He has published five books, numerous cases and more than 40 articles in news outlets such as the Harvard Business Review, the MIT Sloan Management Review and The Wall Street Journal. His research has won national and international awards from the Marketing Science Institute, the American Marketing Association and the Richard D. Irwin Foundation.

Access Latina is composed of a group of dedicated social and business entrepreneurs and is supported by Georgetown University’s McDonough Graduate School of Business, Kiva Zip, Athena Center for Leadership Studies at Barnard College, Golden Seeds, Guayacan, the Manhattan Chamber of Commerce, Oriental Bank and the Stanford Latino Entrepreneurship Initiative, among others.

Visit www.accesslatina.orgfor more information about Access Latina and details about the competition. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter @AccessLatina.



Susana G Baumann

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.
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