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Our mission is to empower and inspire Latinas by sharing technical knowledge, business skills, and entrepreneurship resources through hands-on workshops and community events.

We are here to encourage Latinas to develop their business and professional skills and to meet their career goals through educational programs, financial workshops, business referrals and networking by building strong relationships.

Become a member today and be a part of a supportive and empowering community of women.

Membership benefits include:

Business & Professional Development

Networking, Networking, Networking

Exclusive Access to Events

and more!

EC Hispanic Media began with its first direct mail publication of El Clasificado in May 1988. Its purpose was to connect sellers of various products and services within the Hispanic community, while also providing Latinos with educational resources and how-to lifestyle improvement articles that were not widely available in Spanish.

Our job is to empower our business community by providing them business solutions that help them thrive. We live and breathe SMB and it shows through our work.

Small Business Majority is a national small business organization that empowers America’s diverse entrepreneurs to build a thriving and equitable economy. We engage our network of more than 80,000 small businesses and 1,000 business and community organizations to advocate for public policy solutions and deliver resources to entrepreneurs that promote equitable small business growth. Our deep connections with the small business community along with our scientific research enable us to educate the public about key issues impacting America’s entrepreneurs, with a special focus on advancing the smallest businesses and those facing systemic inequalities.

El Centro de Negocios SBDC ofrece consultoría gratis y talleres de capacitación de bajo costo en español e inglés para pequeños empresarios en la comunidad de East Los Angeles. El Centro de Negocios SBDC guía a los empresarios de pequeñas empresas a nuevas oportunidades para que todos dentro de la comunidad puedan valorar la singularidad del mercado de la pequeña empresa.

El Centro de Negocios SBDC está aquí para proporcionar experiencia, orientación y capacitación para ayudar a su negocio a prosperar sin importar si apenas desea comenzar su negocio o si es existente. También ayudamos a conectar a nuestros clientes con redes de negocios locales, programas de desarrollo económico y oportunidades adicionales de financiamiento local y subsidio.

We are working together – as consumers, allies and supporters – towards a movement that increases the opportunities available to Latino-led businesses. There are hundreds of organizations dedicated to empowering and advancing small and/or Latino businesses. We want to recognize the amazing work that has been done, while looking ahead to continued collaboration.

At Crowdfund Better, we’re ALL about guiding you toward crowdfunding success. That’s why we focus on education. Our clients avoid the typical crowdfunding campaign creator journey that fails on so many levels.

We provide loans to low- and moderate-income immigrants, women, and other deserving, but underserved small business owners. We’ve seen firsthand the ripple effect of such loans. Businesses grow, jobs are added, healthier communities and families thrive.

Let’s come together and make the world a fairer place, one loan at a time.

As a leader in the community and economic development field, CDC Small Business Finance provides access to transformative products, services, and advocacy to ensure ALL small businesses have the opportunity to succeed and grow.

Our mission is to bring people together to build strong, local economies that uplift low-income urban communities through advocacy and transformative economic development initiatives.

We serve as an intermediary, building bridges between our local non-profit partners and the resources they need to transform underserved neighborhoods into thriving communities of opportunity and choice. We receive our funding from banks, corporations, foundations, and government agencies. We partner with community organizations, private developers, local government and schools to invest those funds in affordable housing, economic development, health and recreation, capacity building, and strategic planning efforts. This comprehensive approach builds more resilient communities throughout Los Angeles.

Stay Limitless helps Chingona Latina women overcome old blocks, anxiety and emotional traumas that hold them back from feeling joy. Founded by renown life coach, Liz A. Garcia, Stay Limitless’ professional coaching is specific to the experiences and needs of women of color with a focus on keeping conversations 100% real.

Stay Limitless identifies your challenges in managing life transitions and removes old patterns. We do the deep work that may at times be uncomfortable and sometimes scary, but necessary to move clients towards feeling empowered to live their lives authentically.

Stay Limitless’ coaching services and programs teach you specific strategies and tools that will aid you in clearing out what you are ready to let go, while building self-love and self-trust in yourself.

TMC Community Capital is a nonprofit online microlender. We open doors of opportunity by providing affordable loans to under-served business owners in need of capital for their established business, with a particular focus on women business owners.

At LCF, we see the power of our entrepreneurs and are ready to invest. When small businesses prosper— our families, neighborhoods, and communities thrive. To support Latino-owned businesses, the Latino Community Foundation is proud to announce the launch of our Latino Entrepreneurship Fund and Initiative.

To bring systemic change to existing small business ecosystems, build more effective infrastructures, and provide more relevant programs to achieve higher success rates among underserved entrepreneurs.

LBAN is a national 501 (c)(3) nonprofit organization  with the purpose of strengthening the United States by improving the lives of Latinos. We empower Latino entrepreneurs to grow their businesses through research, education and national ecosystem development. Scroll down to the links below to learn more about our initiatives.

The Stanford Latino Entrepreneurship Initiative is a research and education collaboration between Stanford University and the Latino Business Action Network. 

We empower undocumented young people to achieve educational and career goals through personal, institutional and policy transformation.

The Latino Restaurant Association strives to be the number one source for all aspects of the Latino restaurant industry. We are dedicated to promoting, supporting and serving our restaurant member community. By investing in membership, you will have a platform to share your advocacy priorities, gain access to business-building tools and develop meaningful relationships with your peers.

NEW is driven by its mission to build economic mobility for women and families through entrepreneurship, housing, wealth creation, and education.

Our mission is to open doors of financial opportunity, primarily to entrepreneurs of color, women, and immigrant entrepreneurs so they can build prosperous businesses and livelihoods for themselves and their families, while also strengthening our communities.

             Jewish Free Loan Association

Jewish Free Loan offers interest-free loans on a non-sectarian basis to individuals and families whose needs are urgent and who may not qualify through normal financial channels. Interest-free loans, instead of charity, fill an important gap in our social system by promoting self-sufficiency with dignity.

Jewish Free Loan affirms the ancient biblical mandate, interest-free lending, by enacting it: We offer interest-free loan assistance to people in need with the goal of helping them to lead more rewarding and responsible lives.