Young startups face more pressure to prove their efficiency and moneymaking abilities, Harry Hollines, chief strategy officer at the Latino Leadership Institute, recently told the Denver Business Journal.
Month: July 2022
The Latino Entrepreneur Access Program will teach its cohort of Latino entrepreneurs vital business skills
This advisory board is 70% Latino and people of color and will provide free teaching to the entrepreneurs over the course of the program and is set to give the entrepreneurs access to technical, social, and financial capital, each seen as a “critical resource” by the program.
“We look at opportunity gaps where we should expand our reach,” says Harry Hollines, chief strategy officer for the LLI.
“LEAP is a game-changer in how we ensure our Latino and BIPOC businesses capitalize on their own business investments through the backing, knowledge and investment of a different kind of professional leadership bench and accelerator,” Joelle Martinez, CEO of LLI, said in a statement.