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Puerto Rican Beauty Mogul Brand Resumes Expansion into the United States Empowering Latin Women Entrepreneurs | News

ORLANDO, Fla., Nov. 23, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — During these challenging times, the Puerto Rican woman-owned cosmetics company, Bettina Cosmetics, resumes its expansion into the continental United States with a launch of 50 nail polish colors now available in 602 Walgreens stores across Florida. The Bettina Cosmetics nail polish line is the best-selling brand in Puerto Rico.

“It is with great pride and excitement we announce that thanks to our partnership with Walgreens, our nail polishes are now available at 738 points of sale throughout the state of Florida,” said Bettina Mercado, President at Bettina Cosmetics and also former New York actress who took over the reins of the family business and made it the leading company that it is today.

This expansion is not just about the success story of a Latina-owned company that recognizes the potential for growth in Florida. This launch brings

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Tech startups run by women of color need funding, money, investments

  • What women of color don’t need is another white person saying “Yes, Black Lives Matter” or “our company rejects racism.” What we need is more investors willing to ask: what can I do to change the system?
  • Dedicating 15% of a venture fund is a platitude, a pat on the head, particularly when you consider that 46% of the country are people of color.
  • This current environment also stifles economic growth and chokes off the true innovation we need.
  • Stephanie Lee is a former staffer to former First Lady Michelle Obama and former product developer at the global brand, MAC Cosmetics.
  • This is an opinion column. The thoughts expressed are those of the author.
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Too many women of color are being asked to prove first that our ideas are worthy of investment, while white founders get the benefit of the doubt over

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Women Intimate Care Product Market Size, Status and Growth Opportunities during 2020 to 2026; The Procter & Gamble Company (NYSE:PG), Unicharm Corporation (OTC:UNICY), Kimberly-Clark Corporation (NYSE:KMB)

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Oct 07, 2020 (Market Insight Reports) —
MarketInsightsReport has published a report titled Global Women Intimate Care Product Market research report 2020 that is a detailed observation of several aspects, including the rate of growth, technological advances, and different methodologies implemented by the primary current market players. The report is based on a collective analysis of data, which is obtained through primary and secondary research. It provides a systematic approach to the current and prospective scenario of this market.

Click here to get the latest sample PDF copy of updated research 2020 before purchase
https://www.marketinsightsreports.com/reports/06172094807/covid-19-impact-on-global-women-intimate-care-product-market-insights-forecast-to-2026/inquiry?mode=72&source=MW

Top Companies in the global Women Intimate Care Product Market are
The Procter & Gamble Company (NYSE:PG), Himalaya Drug, Unicharm Corporation (OTC:UNICY), Kimberly-Clark Corporation (NYSE:KMB), Elif Cosmetics, Nolken Hygiene Products, Johnson & Johnson Services, Ciaga, Zeta Farmaceutici, Edgewell Personal Care, Emilia Personal

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Founders of Girl Scouts, Mary Kay and Eleanor Roosevelt among USA TODAY Women of the Century

Surely, at some point in your life, you’ve enjoyed a box (or two, or three) of Girl Scout cookies. But do you know the story behind the organization and its founder, Juliette Gordon Low? You’ve probably seen Mary Kay makeup strewn across someone’s vanity. Are you aware of how that mascara or lipstick got there, and the powerhouse business its founder built? You likely know that Eleanor Roosevelt was married to a U.S. president. But did you know about her deep passion for philanthropy?  

To mark the 100-year anniversary of women gaining the right to vote in America, USA TODAY, in consultation with an expert panel, put together its list of 100 Women of the Century, recognizing those who have significantly impacted their communities and country. The women below represent the categories of business, nonprofit and philanthropy.  

Aida Alvarez

First Latina to hold a Cabinet position 

(1950- )

Aida Alvarez
Aida
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2020 was supposed to be the year women ruled the box office. Then the coronavirus pandemic happened.

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2020 was supposed to be the year women dominated the box office. They still will, but it may be with fewer box-office returns.
2020 was supposed to be the year women dominated the box office. They still will, but it may be with fewer box-office returns.

Marvel Studios, Warner Bros, Disney, Paramount Pictures

  • At the start of 2020, five of the year’s most-anticipated films — “Birds of Prey,” “Mulan,” “Black Widow,” “Wonder Woman 1984,” and “The Eternals” — all starred female leads and were directed by women.

  • For the first time, fans were seeing multiple female-led superhero movies come to theaters in the same year.

  • Then the coronavirus pandemic happened, resulting in delays and a jam-packed fall schedule that will leave films competing against one another for box-office dollars.

  • Even when theaters eventually reopen, will these movies even perform in the way they would have pre-pandemic? Industry experts predict the box office will have its worst performance since 1998

  • Even in a year where female-led films will most

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