You can review your salary in several sites that keep an accurate research on jobs nationwide. Unless you want to make a statement –or annoy a potential recruiter–, the internet and social media have changed the job landscape in ways ever imagined. You can now share a chat room with your potential recruiter, interview the prospect […]
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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.
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Women’s History Month represents the opportunity to honor Latinas who changed the world, together with others who have shaped America and the world’s history through their tireless commitment to ending discrimination against women and girls. At LatinasinBusiness.us, we advocate for the Latina working woman throughout the year. However, to join in the effort of hundreds […]
A reminder of the 10 LatinasinBusiness.us highlights and most read articles in 2017 comes in handy at the end of the year to know if we really achieved the goals we had set for ourselves.
Still looking for the best Holiday gifts? Here are some ideas that not only will be a great gift but also will help a Latina entrepreneur achieve her dreams!
Do you feel you are in your best age? Are you afraid of telling how old you are? Are you scared of the physical changes that come with the aging process?
What began as a dream for Cuban born Luis Jardines in the eighties is today the home of Peruvian beverage Inka Cola in the United States.
The Latina SmallBiz Expo Pitch Competition winners visited Univision 41 studios to be interviewed by Katiria Soto, presenter of “Contigo en la Comunidad.”
Yeap, this time of year again for giving thanks! Since when being thankful is an annual event escapes to me but after reading this very funny list…
Financial education and language barriers drag down Latino small businesses compared to other demographics. Still, “when there’s a will there’s a way,”
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