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Latino Entrepreneurs Account for 2% of all Venture Funding

A coalition of Latino venture capitalists and business advocacy organizations have voiced their frustration with new data indicating that Latino startup founders continue to have a disproportionately hard time raising money to fund their ventures, and have called for investors to “commit to meaningfully moving the needle” to address inequities.

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Sarah Gibson Tuttle on Building Olive & June

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Sarah Gibson Tuttle never thought she’d become an entrepreneur.

On this episode of Behind Her Empire, Tuttle talks about ditching her corporate job to become the founder and CEO of an

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