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Thriving Latina Entrepreneurs in America

  • 256 Pages
  • 4.48 MB
  • English
Wbusiness Books
Entrepreneurship, Motivational, Women & Business, Business & Investing / Careers, Business & Economics, Small Business/Entrepreneurship, Hispanic American businesswomen, Business/Econ
The Physical Object
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL11487060M
ISBN 100832950076
ISBN 139780832950070

Maria Sobrino is the founder of Lulu s Dessert in Anaheim, CA. As a successful Latina entrepreneur, she has written this book to not only tell her story, but the story of six other Latinas with thriving businesses.5/5(4).

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Ethnic Entrepreneurs explores how diverse groups historically seen as obstacles to development have become valuable to state and regional development initiatives. From collaboration between a Maya Cited by: Making Futures tells the story of a dynamic Africa, through the eyes of some of its youngest and most promising entrepreneurs.

The 17 entrepreneurs profiled here are already shaping Africa's future and creating prosperity for millions in fields such as healthcare and /5(6). The same goes for the rest of the thriving Latina entrepreneurs featured in the book. Their ventures are trailblazing their respective industries, earning respect and accolades along the way.

They have all made their dreams a reality. Book jacket. Latin American Entrepreneurs Many Firms but Little Innovation Daniel Lederman, Julián Messina, Samuel Pienknagura, and Jamele Rigolini 3 11/21/13 PM.

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The United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (USHCC), the country's largest. Hispanics make up percent of the total population of the United States. Byaccording to the U.S. Census Bureau, that figure will jump to percent.

As ofthe most recent. Entrepreneurship in Latin America is full of good news in Latin American entrepreneurs have had more opportunities to access financing through venture capital funds and, in general, have found a more favorable framework for their businesses.

The volume of investment in the region has increased from million dollars in to million inaccording to data from Statista. JLo became the first Latina and the first woman to receive the Billboard Icon Award. (Photo by Kevin Winter/MTV/Getty Images for MTV) JLo is one of the most famous Latinas in America.

Entrepreneurs from the Beginning: Latino Business & Commerce since the 16th Century Geraldo For years, from the earliest Spanish explorers to the growing league of 21st-century entrepreneurs, Latino business and commerce in the United States has encompassed the activities of ranchers, farmers, land colonizers, general store operators, street vendors, corporate executives, real.

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This book examines the outlook for Latin American entrepreneurs in the new global environment. Using case studies from across the region, the book highlights liberalization measures nations are adopting to facilitate small and medium size enterprise (SME) creation and growth, and existing barriers that are threatening SME sector gains.

“The contribution of Latinas is very important to the economy of our country. I wrote  “ Thriving Latina Entrepreneurs in America” because a lot of people don’t understand we bring talent and ideas.

We take a lot of risk. I brought capital from Mexico from selling property and savings.”. Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. Latinos are 55 million strong in the U.S., and as we continue to grow, we are also making our mark in the business world.

This is especially true for Latina women, who are among the fastest-growing demographic of entrepreneurs. With culturally relevant fashion and beauty lines, millennial women of color are following the : Virginia Isaad.

Throughout Latin America, a concerted effort to create this kind of start-up culture is still a relatively new phenomenon.

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El desempleo y la frustración del trabajo corporativo ha provocado que cada vez, más mujeres pertenecientes a las minorías inicien su propia empresa.