According to Stanford University study: Latina women lead entrepreneurship in United States
Guides, tools and financing are the main challenges that the Latina women in the United States have to face when they decide to start their own company. Aware of this, Roxana Castillo, director and founder of Healthy 5 Group, editor of the digital platform, Mujer Latina USA, writer and TV host announced today the launch of her book “The power of Latin women in business: A practical guide to successfully start in the USA “
“This guide is the product of my experience as a Latina businesswoman of more than 10 years, I wrote it with the purpose of helping women who have decided to create their businesses and for those who are still hesitant for lack of practical guidance on how to start,” said Roxana Castillo.
The author is currently Editor-in-Chief of the Latin Woman USA digital platform and Director and Founder of Healthy 5 Group, a company dedicated to the creation and commercialization of healthy products.
Inspired by the writer’s own experiences and methods in her work advancing her goals, such as having her own digital media outlet and her healthy food products company, as well as the success stories of other Hispanic women and men that she has interviewed for her online platform and YouTube channel.
This book contains 10 essential exercises to start a business project. It is divided into 8 chapters with real planning and structuring exercises for a new business, which will lead the reader to recreate the complete model of their business in an effective and successful way.
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About Roxana Castillo: Journalist and entrepreneur, who, as an employee, became a businesswoman with her own digital media Mujer Latina USA and Healthy 5 Group. Author of the book “The power of Latin women in business: A practical guide for successful entrepreneurship in the USA,” this guide supported her desire to create a second company dedicated to the creation and commercialization of healthy foods. Given her experience as Marketing Manager of the company Healthy Route 66 and Social communicator, she studied new business development at Northeastern University in the city of Boston, as well as Jewelry, another of her passions, at Miami Jewelry School and personal and professional growth at the University of Santa Monica in California. She has traveled all over the world, from Bhutan, India, Nepal, Thailand, South Africa, Australia, New Zealand, Syria, Egypt and many other nations, trips that have nurtured her experience as a woman. From her experience, Roxana wants to provide her readers with the necessary tools to start a business and achieve the realization of an independent company where financial autonomy is possible.
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