(According to The Partnership for a New American Economy)
More than 2 Million Hispanic Entrepereneurs in the United States.
The number of Hispanic entrepreneurs grew by 71.5 percent, while non-Hispanic entrepreneurs dropped.
Hispanics represent the fastest-growing population in the United States.
There were 101,251 new immigrant business owners in New Jersey in 2011.
More than 28 percent of all business owners in New Jersey are foreign born.
Immigrants play a hefty role in Main Street businesses in cities across the United States.
A Resource to Hispanic Business
The Hispanic Market in the United States is growing at an amazing pace. As the number of Hispanics/ Latinos grows, so does the advantages of penetrating this market. Reaching this population is vital to the local and national economic growth and prosperity of the United States.
Goodseeds Administrative Services, LLC serves as a bridge for non-Hispanic businesses desiring to extend their products and services to a broader, diverse market.
In 1998, Goodseeds emerged in Pennsauken, New Jersey, translated sermons, letters, reports and books for local Hispanic Pastors. Then, Rutgers-Camden School of Business contracted us to translate and present The ABC's of Starting a Business to their group of Latino business entrepreneurs. Since then, all types of businesses and organizations from profit to non-profit alike, have used our services to draw closer to the Latino community with their products and services.