STL Mosaic speaks to how they support immigrants/foreign born entrepreneurs
Suzanne Sierra, Senior Program Manager at the St. Louis Mosaic Project, spoke with the New American Economy (NAE), a national research organization that focuses on immigration policy, on how the organization supports immigrant/foreign-born entrepreneurs in St. Louis.
The NAE recently released a publication called, “Toolkit: Supporting Immigrant and Refugee Entrepreneurs,” that features the St. Louis Mosaic Project’s case study on how to best support and grow St. Louis’ foreign-born population.
“Time and again, research shows that immigrant entrepreneurs are critical to the local economy, yet they face challenges tapping into all available resources to thrive,” said Sierra. “We are very pleased to share our model of connecting these entrepreneurs to experts and organizations that support their growth.”