Hispanic Small Business Grants

When starting a new business, Hispanic small business grants are sometimes needed to help you come up with much needed capital. These business transactions are often considered to be better alternatives to loans as they are not usually subject to payments or conditions that become heavy in the long run (i.e. interests), lowering the risk of entrepreneurs experiencing any financial crises in the future. Hispanic Small business grants are financial aid to the business man as a scholarship is to a college student – they help the person achieve their goals at little or no cost.  The hope is that they become independent in the future and do not become an economic burden to the society, but instead one of its valued contributors.

Unfortunately, the entities that provide these small business grants are very limited, no matter how much they are sought after by people, a fact just as true with scholarships. Thus, they are usually competed for amongst strong willed individuals or groups who have strong plans for the business but don’t have the much needed resources and support for capital. Of course, with organizations who give these business grants wanting to make sure the people they give their support would be promising, they attract business enthusiasts with good Hispanic grant packages that can be won through various competitions or through a very competitive application process.

This means that getting these small business grants will not be easy for anyone, since they will most likely have to compete with everyone else who wants it. Thus, one would need all the chances they can get to get that wanted grant.

As most experts advise, the internet is one of the most abundant sources for tips on how to get them. A lot of organizations over the internet give reliable and valuable information on them that every entrepreneur would need to know, even if these organizations themselves have no direct affiliation to those who give them. So any budding entrepreneur might want to surf the net for as much information as one might need.

Generally, experts advise most entrepreneurs to always plan their business endeavors well and within their capacity and at the same time keep a good and constant track on the market for all viable Hispanic small business grants. Staying well informed and properly guided is mostly going to be paid off with a well funded business in the future.Reblog this post [with Zemanta]

25 Comments on "Hispanic Small Business Grants"

  1. yolanda vargas | December 25, 2008 at 9:05 pm |

    i’m interested in either a grant or a loan to open up a pizza place.
    i just started to work on my research…
    do you have any advice??
    thank you
    Yoli
    Merry Christmas!!!

  2. I am interested in any information that i can get on hispanic grants. Thank you for your time it is greatly appreciated. Sincerly, Raul Ramirez Garcia

  3. Sandra Mendez | February 10, 2009 at 6:56 pm |

    I am a hispanic single mother. I have been in the cosmetology business for 14 yrs. As of Oct 07′ I fufilled my dream of opening my own hair studio. But the economy my business is suffering and so are we. My daughter and I are at our last rope. Having no money coming in for rent, electricity or even groceries, i am looking for any resources so I can avoid closing the doors of my studio. I will have to move back w my parents and get a min. wage job. I want to show my daughter that fighting for your dreams is worth it. I want to give her the example of not giving up with the first adversity. Please help.
    Sincerly,
    Sandra Mendez

  4. I always had a dream of owning my own business. My son gave me the idea of lawn serv. and pressure washing. I am okking for a grant any ideas?

  5. Francisco Leon | April 24, 2009 at 1:28 pm |

    Iam starting a new swimming pool construction business and need a grant please guide me to the best method of achieving this help from the goverment or any other resource.
    i’m puerto rican and a father of three. i always believed this to be possible if one can find the proper documents to send and apply for them. this help will catapult my business into what i have been working hard to achieve.
    thank you very much Francisco Leon

  6. I am looking for a grant to start my own business. I am a Hispanic women. This will help the comunitte and others. I believe this to be a good idea for all poeple.

  7. I am a hispanic woman looking to open a small business in order to become established in this economy. I have dreamed of opening a small resturant my whole life. I would be thankful for any information on any grants hispanics can recive.

  8. I have started a small business that specializes in marketing. I am endeavoring to support and promote other small businesses. I have 10 years of marketing experience and have an established network of vendors (print, promotional, etc). I am currently looking for a grant that would assist me in purchasing new equipment and software. Thank you, Mark.

  9. Olga R. De Donato | September 25, 2009 at 2:50 am |

    I really want help in getting a grant. Please advise me how to cut through all the mumbo jumbo and red tape. Its really important to do something meaningful which can help others and yourself. So is there anyone out there who knows how and really cares.

  10. John P. Beavers | January 24, 2010 at 6:16 pm |

    I am interested in obtaining grant information in order to open a franchise business in my area. Any information that can be provided would be greatly apreciated.

  11. Tony Martinez | March 3, 2010 at 11:34 pm |

    I am a Cuban born American Citizen. I am currently a partner of a multiline insurance agency. Although I make a very good living, I’ve always had a dream to start my own insurance business. I have a business model that I feel would take off but have senior partners who have no interest in changing the way we do business. They would rather I just keep bringing in the revenue and not change anything. Any information you could provide on cutting through the SBA loans or grants red tape is greatly appreciated.

  12. I am a puerto rican female trying to find grants to start a web design and marketing company! I am currently freelancing but need to get a real space with decent equipment to handle the demand I have suddenly found. It seems like everyone needs marketing and web help. Any advice? I can’t get a business license until I get an office thanks to the HOA making sure that the zoning commission won’t approve licenses in my neighborhood!! Please help!

  13. George Montes De Oca | October 7, 2010 at 8:16 am |

    I am a Mexican Male trying to find scholarships and grants for starting a business. Ive started a skateboard business which consists of customed designed skateboards/apperal as well as conducting skateboarding lessons for those who are willing. I’m a current student at Sacramento State University, where I started the skateboarding club on campus. I have my own business and sellers permit for the state of California. I’m looking any and all help by means of a grant or scholarship of some kind to help give my skateboard company an extra jumpstart. Please Help! I’m hard working and very passionate about my work!Thanks!

  14. Jorge Alvarado | October 15, 2010 at 7:21 pm |

    Im trying to open a pawn shop and trying to find any Grants or funding help i can get. Please advise me on how to obtain any help. Thanks

  15. Isaac Valdez | January 24, 2011 at 4:17 am |

    I am a hispanic male trying to start my own upholstery business. I have some good ideas on how to go about it I just lack funds to be able to start on the right foot. I have already been able to make a couple of jobs work with the small amount of money I had saved but I lack some purchasing power so I can get the proper equiptment and some fabric to be able to make it work like I want it too. Please help me or guide me with some funding information. Thanks.

  16. Bardo Arroyave | March 29, 2011 at 4:52 pm |

    need a grant for a small amount as my business partner and I have put up a fairly significan amount of money already into our business just needing some operating capital.

  17. I am a Hispanic women that owns a gas stations in rural NE New Mexico. I need new fuel pumps, because the ones I have now are so out-dated that when they need any kind or repair, we can never find parts for. I also have to pay for someone to come from 200 miles away to look at them. I am looking for a grant to replace my pumps.

  18. VERONICA | May 1, 2011 at 8:19 pm |

    I am looking for grants to help me start a web base healthcare business. Can you help me?

  19. I’m a hispanic woman, who started a hot sauce company a year ago. I’m looking to apply for a minority or women’s grant to help my business. My products are gaining tremendous interest from groceries stores in my area: However it has been very tough to come up with the capital to cover all the initial expenses, licenses and fees. Please let me know where I can apply or if you have any advice.

  20. Olga M Ortega | June 19, 2014 at 3:21 pm |

    Need information in aquirering a grand to open a countertop show room.

  21. Vivian Maldonado Abbuhl | September 2, 2014 at 2:12 pm |

    I am a hispanic female, currently pursuing my BA degree and looking to open up a small restaurant/bakery in Florida. Any information you can give me regarding a small business loan or grant is greatly appreciated. Thanks.

  22. I currently owned a store i really don’t want to close it I’m so close to actually making it work. I had a good job that was helping with the bills and rent for the months the store was not able to make enough. But I just recently lost my job and the savings that I have are just flying. Here we have heavy winters and that can hurt with sales, is there anything out there can could help until I can find another job. Thank you for your time and help.

  23. I have been in my field of pool construction & service, for over 25 years & have decided to open my own company but unfortunately I do not have any capital. If you could guide me in the right direction to get any assistance it would be greatly appreciated. Being the 1st generation in my family I would love to show my children with hard work you are able to achieve anything.

  24. My Brother and I opened a Small Automotive Repair Shop and we are looking for grants to help us get more shop equipment… Thanks!!!

  25. tony lozano | January 28, 2016 at 5:03 am |

    Thank you for letting individuals looking for ways to become a productive American citizen,a way to better themselves an their families. I am a single father trying to start up a well needed small engine repair an hopefully a dealer for ether one are more of the small engine companies looking for shops to help promote an sell their product an increasing demand for techs who can service an repair equipment to a customers satisfaction ive worked as tech doing that.i recently have oppt to venture out on my due to the fact i have the most important part of my life is dedicated to my daughter whom i raise alone i would like a chance to establish my own company she is my motivation in becoming a small business owner that works for his community thank you

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