Money Madrinas: 12 Latinas Who Invest in Other Women

Everyone wants to be a #boss these days, and Latinas are killing the entrepreneur game, starting businesses at six times the rate as non-Latinas. But before you quit your day job, it’s important to know that being a fab founder ain’t for the faint of heart—getting the money to launch and grow your business is both paramount and challenging. In fact, less than six percent of Latina-owned businesses raise funding outside of friends and family. This might be why many start-ups shut down after just two years, though most success comes around year four or five, according to author and self-made guru, Nely Galán.

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