Raymond Santana Jr. took his experience as a member of the “Central Park Five” and turned it into a clothing company.
Why finding the right accountant can be the best thing you can do
The Greater Philadelphia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce held their 29th Annual Meeting on Mar. 27, but this year, allowed members to make their own suggestions and recommendations for the 2019-2020 Latino Small Business Agenda.
Es el más americano de todos los estilos, por cierto. Tan solo pregunte a cualquier empresario, por ejemplo, a la que protagoniza la portada de esta edición de AL DÍA, Adriana Alejandre.
It is the most American of the styles, by the way. Just ask any Latino Entrepreneur, male of female. For example the one that graces the cover of this edition of AL DÍA, Adriana Alejandre.
Americae, a four-week-old, Philadelphia-based fashion brand built a floral and Amazon-inspired wall in Center City to promote its vibrant clothing and messaging.
A lo largo de toda su carrera, Jimmy Durán ha aprovechado todas las oportunidades que se le presentaron. Ahoro quiere ayudar a los emprendedores latinos a hacer lo mismo.
Jimmy Durán has spent his career seizing every opportunity. Now, as Director of Programs for the Greater Philadelphia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, he's creating them for Latino entrepreneurs.
With two upcoming events, the American Jewish Committee will honor a local Latino leader and host a conversation on advancing Latino success.
During the Alegria Ball on Feb. 9, the Greater Philadelphia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce presented the Excelencia Business Awards.
‘Finhabits’ es un asesor financiero digital pensado para solucionar las necesidades de ahorro a largo plazo de la comunidad hispana.
Finhabits is a bilingual digital financial adviser that caters to the long-term investment needs of the Hispanic community.
La Cámara de Comercio Hispana del Área Metropolitana de Filadelfia (GPHCC) realizó un estudio en profundidad sobre el contexto empresarial en el que se mueven los emprendedores latinos de la región.
The Greater Philadelphia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce held the "State of Hispanic Business," a symposium dedicated to the current business climate for Latino-owned businesses in the Philadelphia region.
Research suggests that successful Latinos aim to improve academic and financial attainment within the Latino community.
According to a 2017 report, Philadelphia ranks among the lowest in providing a favorable environment for Hispanic-owned businesses.
The State of Hispanic Business is designed to inform Philadelphia’s business community about the current climate for Latino-owned businesses in the region.
In November, the Greater Philadelphia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce will hold a symposium focused on the business climate for the region's Hispanic entrepreneurs.
Saskia Sorrosa, founder of baby food company Fresh Bellies, shares her thoughts on balancing an entrepreneurial venture with a full-time career.
The Greater Philadelphia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce will hold a master class on the Business Model Canvas on Tuesday, Oct. 31.
At a workshop on Monday, local business leaders and experts gave young Hispanic professionals advice on advancing their careers.
With its upcoming workshop, a local organization aims to help young Latino professionals move up in the corporate world.
Few Latino-owned businesses reach $1 million in annual revenue. Lack of access to capital is a contributing factor.
President Trump appears to have softened his position on NATO, free trade, the U.S. Export-Import Bank, Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen, the advice of generals, and whether China is a currency manipulator.
Remy Arteaga has become a prominent voice of the Latino entrepeneurship ecosystem in the US.