Resources to help aspiring Latino business owners

Despite nearly 100,000 small businesses expected to never open their doors again because of the pandemic, a woman in West Allis is defying the odds. 

Often, minority business owners depend on their own cash reserves, family and friends more than their white counterparts. READ MORE AT TMJ4 MILWAUKEE

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