¡Atención Latino(a) Business Owners! We and our partner Captura Group are offering a great new grant to help you market your business. – the Ilumina Latino Business Grant.
Celebrating all women entrepreneurs with this list of leading ladies. Saludos to all of the fierce Mujeres making an impact in our communities and the economy!
In celebration of Black History Month, we’ve outlined a couple of the many great businesses you can shop from and celebrate. Thank you for your support in elevating our community’s Afro-Latino workers and entrepreneurs!
Join us in supporting and shopping from these Latino/x led businesses starting today for our “12 days of Latino/x Holiday Shopping!” If you have a business we should know about and shop from, let us know or better yet, register your Latinx business here! Looking for some amazing beauty products? Check out two of our […]
Support Latino Business is thrilled to announce the winners of our first round of Impact Fund Grants. We were overwhelmed by the number of applications, amount of enthusiasm and true need for resources. We thank every business who applied and continue to work to promote our Latino Business Directory, provide resources and organize educational sessions. […]
Support Latino Business Impact Fund launches to provide grants to Latino/x-owned small businesses AUSTIN, TEXAS, September 11, 2020 – Support Latino Business (SLB), a nonprofit dedicated to championing Latino/x small businesses partners with community organizations, business leaders and elected officials to host its second annual National Support Latino Business Day on September 14, 2020. One […]
When the coronavirus hit, small business owners were forced to navigate new territory and make difficult decisions – fully moving operations online, reducing staff or quickly creating new revenue streams. Latino entrepreneurs are among the majority of small business owners directly impacted by the economic fallout from COVID-19. According to a survey conducted online in late March by […]
In recent years, the Latino Chamber of Commerce has worked to help grow small businesses — 300 of them — in the Milwaukee area, primarily on the south side. Many are front-line, service-focused businesses, such as restaurants, barbershops and grocery stores. As such, they are especially vulnerable to health and economic challenges tied to COVID-19. “You have small-business […]