Business | The Latin Business Association
Hispanic Lifestyle will feature profiles of several Latino owned businesses and organizations during the month of August.
First up is our conversation with the Chair of the Latino Business Association, Ruben Guerra.
We asked Mr. Guerra to reflect on what it is like to be a small business owner and how that experience motivates his work with the LBA.
Mr. Guerra talks about specific programs the LBA is working on to assist small business owners and their membership.
About the LBA
Established in 1976 as a private non-profit organization, the LBA is the country’s largest Latino business entity by virtue of total active
membership and overall outreach to Latino business owners. This year, LBA celebrates 30 years of commitment and economic impact by creating business growth, providing advocacy and business education. In 1998, the LBA established a non-profit 501©(3) Institute (LBAI), generating millions of dollars in procurement and business loans since its inception.