Hispanic businesses see 70 percent growth in Arizona over the last decade

A new report shows a large increase in Hispanic-owned businesses in Arizona, particularly with businesses owned by Hispanic women.

The Arizona Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (AHCC) released its DATOS: The State of Arizona’s Hispanic Market for 2017, which found what AHCC Vice President Monica Villalobos believes to be strong evidence of the Latino community’s purchasing power in Arizona’s economy. Villalobos also said the report was focused on using data debunk myths surrounding the Hispanic community in the state.

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Monica Villalobos: Vice President, Arizona Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

Tony Valdovinos: Founder, La Machine

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