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Startups fueling small business recovery in Puerto Rico
By Alisa Vasquez Posted in Puerto Rico on May 2, 2019 0 Comments
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Working at Parallel18 in San Juan, Puerto Rico

Part of Puerto Rico’s post-Hurricane Maria economic recovery is being powered by startups. Parallel18 is a small business incubator that is trying to assist Puerto Ricans who are creating startups.

Bettina Maestre and Sebastian Vidal of Parallel18 say they are trying to make their business a startup hub. Puerto Rico’s new entrepreneurs include Karla López, who has founded a high end shoe company called Isleñas, and Carla Bauzá López, president of Ogma Language Studio.


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