Rogers Park Business Alliance’s Rebeca Fernández is leading a new Spanish-speaking program with hopes of increasing Latino entrepreneurship.

Starting a business can be daunting, and if your English isn’t perfect, it’s even scarier. Some neighborhoods have an abundance of resources for Spanish speakers interested in starting a business while others don’t — especially on the Far North Side.

How can one successfully take a leap into small-business ownership if they aren’t sure what trappings to avoid?

The non-profit Rogers Park Business Alliance hopes to close that gap through its new intensive Spanish-speaking curriculum, GROW-Progresando.

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