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There’s nothing like a good quote to inspire you and brighten your day! Today we’re sharing some of our favorite quotes to inspire YOU on your entrepreneurial journey.
Pilar Avila and Ashley Hayes of Renovad discuss the role of women in leadership throughout history and today in the ongoing human quest for equity.
The pandemic put most brands into turmoil, if not out of business. Despite this outlook, many Latina entrepreneurs weathered the crisis by pivoting their operations. Get to know these three Latina-owned businesses that beat the odds via Instagram.
Adapting to a remote working set up is true not only for regular office tasks, but for the recruitment process as well. Here are some tips to consider for your remote recruitment strategy, from improving online initiatives to creating structured interview questions.
Did you ever wonder why a brand like Apple or Nike is so massive and easily recognized in different corners of the world? The real reason is…
Balancing wellness is a critical component of any successful freelance career. Freelancing is an attractive source of income for many, whether it’s part-time or full-time. That said, you must find time for your own wellness…
Hon Wilda Diaz, Mayor of the City of Perth Amboy, will be honored at the 2019 Entrepreneur Empowerment Lunch as the first Latinas in Business Small Business Champion. For registration: https://2019-eel.eventbrite.com
Erika Basurto found her strengths as a successful real estate Latina entrepreneur around her “weaknesses” as a Spanish-speaking immigrant. Since she lived…