In 2013, while Sofia Keck walked down Mission Street in San Francisco with her husband , she noticed that a Pollo Campero restaurant was in the process of opening a location in the neighborhood.

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Email By Gabriela Arvizu | November 17, 2014 During her childhood in Guadalajara, Mexico, Laura Moreno learned  how to sew – she made everything from clothes to pillowcases to tablecloths. Soon enough her creativity around sewing began to flourish. In elementary school, Moreno took one of her father’s white working gloves and sewed sequence onto […]

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Several years ago, when I had a column on multicultural marketing for an online marketing publication, I got the opportunity to interview the head of marketing for the Girl Scouts. The subject of the story was the organization’s approach to bilingual marketing, which as I learned was really more of a bi-cultural

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Email San Francisco-Based Latino Startup Alliance Joins Fellow Partners Kauffman Foundation, Chic CEO and Nutrition Capital Network to Promote Entrepreneurship and Highlight Latino Business Startups  (Source) KANSAS CITY, Mo., Jan. 16, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — Dream Big America (www.dreambigamerica.us), the first-ever live nationally syndicated radio show pitting vetted entrepreneur business start-ups against each other, announced today its […]

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Email Hola Innovators! We hope this message finds you well and that everyone had a great Thanksgiving! As you may know, the Latino Startup Alliance (LSA) Innovator Summit is only few days  away and we are really excited at the fact that we will be showcasing Latino Tech Entrepreneurs for the 1st time in San Francisco. It truly has […]

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