Walker’s Legacy Recognizes Latinx Heritage Month with Release of Latinx Women Entrepreneurs Fast Facts Sheet


Walker’s Legacy , the largest digital platform for multicultural women in business, proudly recognizes September 15, 2020, through October 15, 2020, as Latinx Heritage Month. In support of Latinx Heritage Month and Latinx businesswomen, Walker’s Legacy has released a Latinx Women Entrepreneur Fast Fact Sheet available for download on walkerslegacy.com under research.

Approximately 400 Hispanic women-owned businesses are launched each day ; and since 2007, Latinx women-owned firms have grown at a rate of 180 percent.

As it stands, Latinx women are the second-largest growing demographic of entrepreneurs in the United States.

“During National Hispanic Heritage Month it is important to elevate the important contributions that Latinx women entrepreneurs make to the national economy despite the challenges that they face”, stated Natalie Madeira Cofield, Founder & CEO, Walker’s Legacy , “We look forward to continuing to both promote as well as prepare this critical community of female entrepreneurs through our impactful programming and partnerships.”

Throughout Latinx Heritage Month, Walker’s Legacy will highlight the substantial accomplishments and strides this group of women experience in their professional lives including hosting its Latinx Women Entrepreneur Summit on October 15, 2020, from 1 PM to 4 PM EST.

More specifically, according to the Walker’s Legacy Latinx Women Entrepreneur Fast Fact Sheet:

  • Nearly half of Latinx-owned companies are owned by women .
  • While Latinx women’s share of the population is 8.3%, their share of businesses is 5.3%.
  • It was estimated that there were 1.9 million Latinx women-owned businesses in the United States in 2016, employing 550,400 workers and generating $97 billion in revenues.

The Walker’s Legacy Latinx Women Entrepreneur Fast Fact Sheet intends to call attention to the presence of Latinx women in the business landscape through the use of statistical data. Understanding the inequalities and systematic difficulties that Latinx women face is crucial for the timely movements and conversations sweeping across the United States.

For the complete Walker’s Legacy, Latinx Women Entrepreneur Fast Fact Sheet click here. To inquire about partnership opportunities, please contact Rachel Wertz at rwertz@walkerslegacy.com .


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