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‘Ethnic Entrepreneurship & Starting Up Strong’ Draws Crowd to Fox News Latino Headquarters

black-woman-business-ownerThe National Association of Hispanic Journalists—NYC Chapter, City University of New York and The Tow-Knight Center hosted an informative panel on entrepreneurship and what it takes for today’s startups to launch and thrive on Monday. Held at Fox News Latino at Fox News Headquarters in NYC, the four-person panel delved into the startup life, lessons learned from big-name brands like YouTube to media upstarts such as Fusion and Fox News Latino and how to keep your consumers coming back for more, among other topics. 

Moderated by Chris Dell, NAHJ—CUNY founder and chapter president, the panel included Daniel Bentley, contributing editor of Circa; Juan Guillen, founder and CEO of LatinTrends Magazine; Mariana Marcaletti, founder & CEO of Latin American Radar; and Hong Qu, former product and UX lead at Upworthy, YouTube and CTO at Fusion Media.

Take a look at our Storify recap, below:

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