Where Orlando leads and lags for Hispanic entrepreneurs


Orlando is among the top 25 spots on a list measuring Hispanic entrepreneurship rates.

Half a dozen cities — Tampa, Miami and Fort Lauderdale; Charleston, West Virginia; Burlington, Vermont; and South Burlington, Vermont — have the highest number of Hispanic-owned firms, adjusted for the Hispanic population, according to WalletHub.

Orlando’s entrepreneurship rate is 1.04% percent, WalletHub said.

Hispanic entrepreneurship rates was one of several measures in the survey by WalletHub, an online…

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