Curious about Ventures first-ever policy proposal? Our "tamale bill" would legalize home cooking and create a place in the formal economy for our early-stage food entrepreneurs.
Learn more about how our Executive Director’s personal journey led him to start the first Latino microbusiness program in the region.
“What is the site about? It says nothing on here.”
Why did we sell our food truck? This is what we learned about food business incubation since 2014.
¡Noticias! Llegó la forma más fácil y rápida de inscribirse en nuestros programas: ¡Estrenando el Portal Cliente de Ventures!
It is with a mix of sadness and gratitude that I announce my decision to step down from the Ventures Board of Directors.
We sat down with our summer intern, Zara Anderson, on her last day to learn how her internship changed her and what she got from working with a nonprofit for eight weeks.
Since last October, we’ve held community meetings, lobbied government officials, and worked with our entrepreneurs to advocate for a more equitable society.
J.P Morgan Chase awards grant funding to empower entrepreneurs in underserved communities.
When Viviana Lopez moved to the United States in 2012 from Spain, she was excited to begin a new life and seize the opportunity to become a businesswoman.
In 2016, Jayne Simmons was turning away customers. She was producing thousands of bottles of tinctures in a cramped, shared kitchen that had no storage or room to expand. It was not enough.