Vidal Espinosa discusses how owners of businesses in Mexico go about also becoming entrepreneurs in the USA, and his non-profit’s efforts to assist students from Mexico to become entrepreneurs.
Vidal Espinosa, MBA, followed in his father’s footsteps to become an accountant and entrepreneur. In addition to running an accounting firm that focuses on Latino businesses and businesses trying to cross the Mexico-U.S. border, he co-founded the Invictus Advisors Foundation, a non-profit organization that helps new business owners and start-ups with financial, marketing and growth coaching needs. Managing a portfolio of over 100 clients, with total assets over $10,000,000 he has lead the organization to open multiple offices throughout the United States and Mexico, increased its annual budget from $25,000 per year to over half a million dollars per year and tripled their office space. As a self-made author, entrepreneur and business owner he understands what it takes to start and run a business effectively.
To learn more about Invictus Advisors Foundation listen to the show (below) and visit their website: invictus-advisors.com