On Jan. 24-26, the global Startup Weekend came to Philadelphia for the second year in a row, in an effort to increase entrepreneurship in the city.
Judith Lawrence started her entrepreneurial journey as the founder of Center City Notary, after working decades in the legal field.
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Meet the Latino leader in film production.
Conoce al pionero latino que ha emprendido en el mundo de las productoras de cine.
The three-day event aimed at inspiring, developing and amplifying diversity in entrepreneurship will take place Jan. 24-26.
The final panel of the Techstars Startup Week Philadelphia event discussed the importance of the Latinx community in growing the U.S. economy.
Nadia Martinez, founder of Kallie & Co., turned to entrepreneurship as a way to help other military spouses, as well as Mexican artisans.
The Latina SmallBiz Expo and Pitch Competition is calling for Latina entrepreneurs to help brand and promote their business products and services.
Silvia Roldán is the founder of Yaku Wear, an online boutique that sells Panama hats made in Ecuador.
Más que una glamorosa clase en la Universidad, es un llamado a la acción para preservar el periodismo independiente.
More than a fancy class at the university, it is the call of action of the day to preserve journalism independent
This young female entrepreneur wants to create change in small communities around the nation by helping others start their own businesses.
En AL DÍA descubrimos hace 25 años que el privilegio de ser periodista exige, primero que todo, descubrir por nuestra cuenta cómo pagarnos nuestro propio salario.
In AL DÍA we discovered 25 years ago that the privilege of being journalists required us, above all, to figure out a way to earn our own keep.
Thanks to Licha, her husband, Danny, and their three sons, Moxie Blue Salon remains a family business, in every sense of the phrase.
Con Ojala Threads, Ramona Ferreyra espera ayudar a las jóvenes generaciones de hispanos a representar y reflejar su legado y su comunidad.
With Ojala Threads, Ramona Ferreyra hopes to help younger generations of Hispanics represent and reflect their heritage, and their community.
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.
Mediante su trabajo como emprendedora, autora y motivadora, Elaine Gonzalez Johnson anima a las personas a adoptar estilos de vida saludables al ser activas y creer en ellas mismas.
Through her work as an entrepreneur, author, and motivator, Elaine Gonzalez Johnson encourages people, particularly Latinas and women of color, to adapt healthy lifestyles.
After a successful career as a professional boxer, George Foreman III found a love for training and has turned it into a business.
Victoria Da Conceicao started the Alzheimer’s Brain Box initiative as a way to help her grandmother after she was diagnosed with the disease, but has since expanded it to help other Alzheimer’s patients and raise more money for research.
La conferencia contó con la presencia de tres emprendedores locales, cada uno de los cuales compartió consejos para alcanzar el éxito y habló en detalle sobre su camino singular.
The conference featured three local entrepreneurs, who each shared tips for success, and detailed their unique paths.
After going through struggles of self-identity and mental health, young Philadelphia entrepreneur Delilah Dee used these experiences as an opportunity to reflect and make a change, not only for herself, but for others. Photo: Yesid Vargas/AL DÍA News