Sep 4, 2019 – Atypical Latina is providing advice, guidance and learning experiences from some of the most powerful, popular and successful Latina women throughout the U.S. Latina entrepreneurs are changing the world in multiple ways and Atypical Latina celebrates those women through in-depth interviews.
Latina entrepreneurs are one of the most under-represented segments of the population and Atypical Latina features enterprising entrepreneurs in fields ranging from health and beauty to business and science. The stories of highlighted women are shared on the site and social media.
The women are sharing their experiences on topics ranging from their background and upbringing, how other Latinas can start their own business, and their own personal struggles and challenges. Women that have told their stories to Atypical Latina include:
- Claudia Ramos, founder of Claudia Ramos Designs
- Diana Ibarria, co-founder of All for Ramon
- Kyara Garza, real estate lawyer and owner of Garza Law
- Lupita Navarrete, founder of My Life
- Liz Hernandez, founder of Dama Lashes
- Mari, founder of Passport Polish
- Brianna Gonzales, founder of The Social Chica
- Adelia Carrillo, cannabis entrepreneur
The women provide full disclosure about the personal challenges they’ve faced while trying to launch a new business. Latina entrepreneurs talk about where they obtain inspiration, what keeps them focused, techniques they use to build their brand, and strategies for attracting new clients.
Latinas have launched new businesses at an unprecedented rate during the past 10 years, but most tend to remain small and report less than $1 million in revenue. Through the interviews at Atypical Latina, other women are learning about means of financing their endeavors. The women have taken their interests, inborn talents, and identified areas of opportunity to make a big impact in their own life and those of others.
The launch of Atypical Latina provides Latina entrepreneurs with inspiration and an inside look at how they founded and financed their businesses, along with tips for coping with the pressures of raising a family, and importance of giving back to the community. Latina entrepreneurs are taking their place in the business world in a variety of ways and sharing their journeys at Atypical Latina.
About Atypical Latina
Atypical Latina is a series of collective interviews that celebrates the stories behind Latina entrepreneurs. Connect with them on Instagram.
For more information, visit: https://www.atypicallatino.com/