November 1, 2015
SUMMARY: This report presents the rates of Latino entrepreneurship in the U.S and their impacts. If Latino-owned businesses (LOBs) generated the same level of sales as non-Latino owned businesses (NLOBs) from 2002-2012, $1.38 trillion would have been added to the U.S economy.
DATE OF PUBLICATION: November 2015
AUTHORS: Dr. Douglas Rivera (Senior fellow at the Hoover Institution at Stanford University), Dr. Jerry Porras (Cofounder and chairman of the LBAN and Lane Professor of Business in Stanford University), Remy Arteaga (Executive Director of LBAN), Tiq Chapa (Program Manager at SLEI), and Jessica Salinas (Community & Marketing Manager of LBAN).
ABOUT THE RESEARCHER: The Stanford Latino Entrepreneurship Initiative (SLEI), a collaboration between the Latino Business Action Network (LBAN) and Stanford University, housed within the Stanford Graduate School of Business, created this report on the State of Latino Entrepreneurship in the United States.
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