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How-To Business Stories from Minnesota Immigrants (Green Card Entrepreneur Voices)

How-To Business Stories from Minnesota Immigrants (Green Card Entrepreneur Voices)

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Publication Date: May 7th, 2019
Publisher:
Green Card Voices
ISBN:
9781949523072
Pages:
192
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Description

"This book gives us a glimpse into the hearts and minds of the fastest-growing segment of entrepreneurialism in our region." -- Johnathan Weinhagen, CEO and President of Minneapolis Regional Chamber of Commerce "Green Card Entrepreneur Voices: How-To Business Stories from Minnesota Immigrants" is a collection of essays and digital narratives from twenty immigrant and refugee entrepreneurs living in Minnesota. Written in the tellers' own words, these stories offer insight into immigrant entrepreneur expertise: how they did it, why they did it, and what they learned in the process.
These storytellers, who come from nineteen different countries, describe their childhoods, the reasons they left their homes, their first moments in a strange land, and the ways they've contributed to their new home. They've build multi-million-dollar companies, founded community arts organizations, developed products that support their home countries, and designed new organizations in the US based on their cultural traditions. They are social entrepreneurs, company founders, and everything in between.
Immigrants are among the most entrepreneurial individuals in our nation. They create new companies, provide jobs, and contribute to the American economic landscape. This book, along with its accompanying video narratives, memorializes these contributions. "Green Card Entrepreneur Voices" is an inspirational resource and how-to guide for anyone who wants to know what it takes to succeed as an (immigrant) entrepreneur in our nation.

About the Author

AUTHORS- Tashitaa Tufaa: Ethiopia; Bo Thao-Urabe: Laos; Dario Mejia: Ecuador; Hassan Syed: Pakistan; Veronica Quillien: Cameroon; Vikas Naurla: Canada; Tomme Beevas: Jamacia; Batul Walji: Democratic Republic of the Congo; Amara Kamara: Liberia; Ruhel Islam: Bangladesh; Mary Anne & Sergio Quiroz: The Philippines/Mexico; Caterina Cenaro: Italy; Trung Pham: Vietnam; Marcia Malzahn: Nicaragua; Haji Yusuf: Kenya (Somali); Andrés A. Parra: Venezuela; Ameeta Jaiswal-Dale: India; Wanny Huynh: Vietnam; José Figueroa: Puerto Rico.