Hispanics own more than 3 million businesses in the United States, and South Florida is a pretty good place for them to set up shop, says a new report. Eleven cities in the Sunshine state made the personal finance site Wallethub's Best Cities for … . A report released Wednesday on the “Best Cities for Hispanic Entrepreneurs” ranks Modesto 123rd out of the nation's largest 150 cities. The measurements used, however, don't show a community's full worth, said Christine Schweininger, president of the
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Rochester comes in low on list of best cities for Hispanic entrepreneurs
Sorry, Hialeah. It's Pembroke Pines that is nirvana for Hispanic entrepreneurs, at least according to a new WalletHub report. The Southwest Broward city ranked No. 3 on WalletHub's 2017 Best Cities for Hispanic Entrepreneurs list released Wednesday.
“Expect the Hispanic and Latino community's contributions to the U.S. economy to be nothing short of monumental in the coming decades. Not only is this demographic expected to make up a third of the U.S. population by 2050 — translating into immense. With 38.8 percent of Californians identifying themselves to the U.S. Census as “Hispanic,” one might assume the state is a fertile ground for Hispanic businesses. Not so, says a study by the personal-finance website WalletHub, a unit of Evolution …
In 2017's Best Cities for Hispanic Entrepreneurs, WalletHub compared 150 of the largest cities nationwide across 21 key indicators of business friendliness to determine which regions were best for Hispanic and Latino business leaders. Rochester ranked