Jaime Mendez is more than a Ventures entrepreneur. He's a triple threat.
Last year, we celebrated the 10 Year Anniversary of our Latino program by hosting an event that featured eight Latino businesses. That night, one of those businesses gave us a letter.
Starting a business is complicated—especially when doing it in a foreign country and in a different language.
Learn more about how our Executive Director’s personal journey led him to start the first Latino microbusiness program in the region.
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.
At Ventures, our philosophy is that without great partnerships, it’s challenging to make an impact...
Independence Day in the United States is a time of patriotism and reflection for many of us. It...
When the Seattle Art Museum (SAM) asked us to bring an emerging entrepreneur to their café in the Olympic Sculpture Park, La Panadería was a clear choice.
These thriving small businesses help create a robust local economy and contribute to the culture and vibrancy that makes Seattle great.