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Hispanic Entrepreneurs

Hispanic-owned small businesses have grown 34% and contributed $500B to the U.S. economy over the last 10 years -- and show no signs of slowing down. Even with the growth and accelerating impact, Hispanic business owners face very real challenges.

With SCORE by your side, you don't have to go it alone. SCORE has helped countless Hispanic entrepreneurs find success in their small businesses. See how SCORE has helped some of the small business owners start and grow their small businesses. Yours could be the next success story!

“SCORE has been the best decision we've made since we decided to start our business.”

– Vanessa Guerrero-Pinate, Chamos Language Academy

 

Employment threshold statistics for Hispanic entrepreneurs

Among the universe of Hispanic business-owners, only 16% convert their businesses from a self-employed business to an employer-based business. Non-Hispanics, however, have a conversion rate of 36%.

Stanford Business 2018 Research Report

Revenue comparison between Hispanic and White owned businesses

Hispanic-owned businesses remain smaller than white-owned firms, earning only $1.2M in revenue compared to $2.3M brought in by white-owned businesses.

The International Society of Logistics

Business growth comparison infographic

Over the past 10 years in the U.S., the number of Latino business owners grew 34%, compared to all business owner group of just 1%.

The International Society of Logistics

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"What I've learned is to ask for help from experts. If you can tap into resources that can help you in difficult times, this is really important. This is what I do for my SCORE clients. I serve as that resource. And this is why I volunteer and give back to my community. I feel very fortunate and happy to do whatever I can."

Ricardo Casas,

SCORE Volunteer Mentor

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Hispanic Entrepreneurs Who Turned to SCORE as a Partner in Their Success

With SCORE by your side, you don't have to go it alone. SCORE has helped countless Hispanic entrepreneurs find success in their small businesses. See how SCORE has helped some of the small business owners start and grow their small businesses. Yours could be the next success story!

Elderberry Elixir

Elderberry Elixir

"My mentor has been a profound encouragement to me. She has one of the most uplifting and inspiring personalities. There has not been one Zoom meeting that I leave without feeling motivated [to] do better and achieve more."

Chamos Language Academy

Chamos Language Academy

Guerrero-Pinate and Guerrero attended a host of SCORE workshops as they prepared to launch their business. They also worked with SCORE mentor Rob Duncan, who guided them from the idea phase to their launch. ‘As challenges and problems arose he guided us and kept us on task so we could keep moving forward,’ they say

Bigmedia Miami

BigMedia Miami

"Alfonso Lasprilla dug on his knowledge of the Hispanic community and their needs to build and grow BigMedia."

Arturo's Mexican Restaurant

Arturo's Mexican Restaurant

Arturo Guillen runs Arturo's Mexican Restaurant and turned to SCORE to understand his financial records and find work-life balance.

Jackie's Empanadas On the Go

Jackie's Empanadas On the Go

Jackie Mendive dug into her Argentinian roots to build Empanadas on the Go, frozen, homemade empanadas for busy people.

Infinity Technology Consultants

Infinity Technology Consultants

Eric Sanchez grew his company from a computer repair business to a full IT management company.

Molli Sauces

Molli Sauces

Leticia and Rodrigo Salas built Molli sauces so that home cooks everywhere could serve and experience authentic Mexican flavors in their kitchens.

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Small Business Journey

"My mentor has been a profound encouragement to me. She has one of the most uplifting and inspiring personalities. There has not been one Zoom meeting that I leave without feeling motivated [to] do better and achieve more."

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Resources for Hispanic Entrepreneurs

Check out resources created especially for Hispanic business owners.

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Recorded Webinar

Taking the Mystery Out of Financial Statements

Event Language: English
May 20, 2021, 1:00pm EDT

Back to Basics: Gain an Understanding of the Preparation, Presentation and Analysis of Financial Statements Read more

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What Is Content Marketing and Why Should I Care?

Event Language: English
May 11, 2021, 10:00am EDT

Gain an understanding of what content marketing is, how it can help your small business, and where to begin! Read more

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Access to Capital

Event Language: English
April 21, 2021, 12:00pm EDT

Understanding the process of applying for a loan and being prepared is key to getting an approval. This webinar is a great way to find out who is lending to small businesses and... Read more

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Pricing for Profit

Event Language: English
March 23, 2021, 10:00am EDT

Learn how to price your product or service for success Read more

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Targeting: Be a Big Fish in a Small Pond

Event Language: English
March 10, 2021, 10:00am EST

IN THIS WORKSHOP, YOU WILL LEARN HOW TO: o Define your target market o Create a “target persona” o Go where they go o Make connections that stick Read more

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Instagram for Small Businesses

Event Language: English
February 25, 2021, 10:00am EST

Instagram has become a powerful and affordable(!) platform to tackle these issues faced by all small businesses. In the webinar, Liz breaks down the answers to these questions in... Read more

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Blog

Choosing the Right Legal Entity to Secure Funding

Article Language: English
October 11, 2022,

According to a report in Forbes, The 2021 State of Latino Entrepreneurship Report shows that Latino-owned businesses are growing faster than other businesses in the U.S. However, this good news is tempered by a disparity in how Latino-owned firms were able to raise capital. According to the report, Latino-owned businesses are more likely to encounter obstacles while obtaining the funding needed to start and grow their businesses, despite Latino-owned and white=owned businesses posing a similar credit risk.

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Modelo de Plan de Negocio para un “Startup"

Idioma del recurso: Español

Un plan de negocio de Startup sirve para varios propósitos. Leer más

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