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National Hispanic Heritage Month is an annual celebration of history, culture and community. Hispanic and Latino entrepreneurs are among those whose achievements are recognized.

JPMorgan Chase’s $30 billion Racial Equity Commitment aims to help close the racial wealth gap and drive inclusive growth for historically underrepresented communities. This year-round commitment includes advancing Hispanic and Latino companies through relationships, business opportunities, financial solutions, resources and more.

Here, we’ve collected content to help Hispanic and Latino business owners drive growth, optimize operations and become better leaders.

There’s never been such a great opportunity for diverse businesses as there is right now. [Recent events] have made Fortune 500 companies a lot more proactive around supporting diverse businesses. I think that’s a multiyear trend to follow.

Grecia, Maria, Nieve and Juana Morel, Mamita’s Ices

(Clockwise from left) Grecia, Maria, Nieve and Juana Morel, Mamita’s Ices. Photo credit: Kel

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Our small businesses, as well as our Black and Hispanic and Latino communities—and their intersections—are integral to the well-being and character of our local communities.

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