Immigration, LatAm, Latinos, Startups

Where are all the Latino startups?

This was originally posted on the Vista Hispano blog. The US Hispanic consumer market is big. Really big. $1.3-trillion-dollars-and-counting big. Major corporations like Best Buy, Yahoo, and The Home Depot are paying attention and have piled in, attempting with varying degrees of success to capture a piece of this large and growing market. Over the course of the… Continue reading Where are all the Latino startups?

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B-School, LatAm, Startups, VC

The Case for Catalytic Funding of Latino-focused Startups

[Note: If you're interested in the updated and much-improved version of this pitch--especially if you're a Latino-focused entrepreneur--my gmail address is mark.c.hand.] This year, the Saïd Business School at Oxford launches GOTO, an ambitious project to focus the university’s attention on a particular topic of global import. The first topic is demography, with a focus on… Continue reading The Case for Catalytic Funding of Latino-focused Startups

B-School, Immigration, LatAm

Demographics in North America: Not just US

This year, the Saïd Business School at Oxford launches GOTO, an ambitious new project to focus the university's attention on a particular topic of global import. The first topic is demography, with a focus on aging. In my first post, I argued that discussing the effects of aging demands discussing immigration, too. In my second,… Continue reading Demographics in North America: Not just US