Laws are not approved in a day, but we need to start the paid family leave conversation at a national level. Working parents, working moms and just working people all around the country need to start the conversation
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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
Today Semila LLC is cloning plants of cocoa directed to the manufacture of fine chocolates and boutique markets. Decenia Vega’s client portfolio is composed of high income professionals in the agricultural industry.
Starting National Small Business Week, who better than our very best Latina Maria Contreras-Sweet, SBA Administrator, to address the importance of celebrating the drive, innovation and economic impact of the Latina entrepreneurial spirit.
The International Trade Mission to Colombia will promote the importance of Colombia as a potential business location, with key discussions around developing the opportunities from its top industries.
President Obama’s fiscal year 2017 budget proposal to increase innovation and research in support of the growing number of minority-owned businesses was announced
I’m going to help you make the transition from someone who expects others to take notice to someone who takes an active role in her career in 3 easy steps.
Today Latina entrepreneurs’ ventures can be found in an array of markets ranging from beauty products, clothing, health, and even locally grown food.
All running candidates have expressed their political positions regarding undocumented immigrants but something important is lacking in their views.
While SBA may have reached a new benchmark in contracts to women-owned business, it’s actually quite discouraging a figure of five percent, especially when women now own 36 percent of all businesses in the US.
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