Archive for the ‘Hispanic News’ Category

The Virginia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce’s Hispanic Gala is fast approaching!

Wednesday, April 13th, 2011

The Virginia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce’s Hispanic Gala is fast approaching! You don’t want to miss out on this specular event and celebration that takes place on April 14th at the Science Museum of Virginia, 2500 West Broad Street, Richmond,Va. 23220 from 6:00-10:00 p.m. At the Hispanic Gala you will be served a 4 course meal catered by Mosaic, enjoy fine wines with your meal and throughout the entire evening, be entertained by the Latin Ballet of Virginia, and hear John Quiñones, of ABC’s “Primetime”, “20/20″ and the segment “What Would You Do?”; speak after he receives the Hispanic Bridge Builder award for 2011. (more…)

HPNG Entrepreneurs Invites You to its April 19th Networking Event

Tuesday, April 5th, 2011

What makes us entrepreneurs is that we don’t fit molds.

You’re invited to the premier of HPNG Entrepreneurs on April 19th.

How are we working with our partners in this new venture?

Bizilla and HPNG Entrepreneurs have partnered to offer the Latino community in New York access to the fastest growing online marketplace for business for sale. Additionally HPNG members will be able to post their profiles on the Bizilla website enabling them to present their professional profiles to current and potential small business owners. HPNG will also host monthly networking events with interviews that focus on building entrepreneurial skills and showcasing tools and resources for the community. (more…)

The Hispanic Professionals Networking Group invites you to its January networking event.

Monday, January 17th, 2011

You’re invited to the HPNG January 27th networking event.

We kick off the year profiling the man who profiles Latino leaders. His publication, Latino Leaders has a nation-wide circulation, and has become the most important Hispanic magazine completely devoted to interviews and articles on leaders.

Please join us as we proudly welcome:

Mr. Jorge Ferraez
Latino Leaders

Jorge Ferraez is the President of the Ferraez Publications Group, which edits three successful magazines in two countries: Lideres Mexicanos, El Mundo del Petroleo in Mexico and Latino Leaders magazine in the U.S.

As a multinational businessman, he is in charge of the editorial content of all three magazines and the collateral media developed from the original concept. Lideres Mexicanos, has been in circulation for 18 years in Mexico, where it has achieved a tremendous reputation as a magazine that publishes interviews, articles and profiles of the most influential and powerful leaders in Mexico and abroad. On this side of the border, Latino Leaders has the same concept as Lideres, focusing on the most influential and significant Latino leaders in the United States.

Jorge has also launched many TV and radio shows, linked to the magazines, in both countries. Lideres Mexicanos Channel 40 in Mexico is a Weekly TV show that has been in the air since August 2006. Jorge also is a wine writer and writes two monthly and one weekly wine column in his publications.

Mr. Ferraez is also a member of the New America Alliance, an American Latino Business Group and PRIMER Network a group of high profile Latino Executives. Jorge has been invited to serve on the Board of Directors of The American Heart Association.

Don’t miss it, I’ll see you there!

- Ali

HPNG-The Hispanic Professionals Networking Group invites you to its November 4th networking event.

Friday, October 22nd, 2010

Latinos and sports go hand in hand. We cheer for our favorite players and passionately defend their occasional failures, but the best seat in the house is when you’re directly involved.


Only Use the “E” Word (Empowerment) When You Mean It!

Tuesday, September 14th, 2010


A popular buzz word today when it comes to engaging employees is empowerment. Leaders say, “We empower our employees to solve problems,” or “you are empowered to change things.”


The Hispanic Professionals Networking Group invites you to its September networking event.

Tuesday, September 7th, 2010

You’re invited to the HPNG September 28th networking event.

An oppressive economy creates a buyer’s market for employers. Talent managers are tasked with identifying and implementing successful methods to hire and retain quality employees. The real challenge however, is finding the right


Venta De Negocios Y Como Solicitar Una Licencia Para Manejar Tu Negocio

Thursday, September 2nd, 2010

La mayoría de lugares requiere una licencia o patente que simplemente te autoriza a manejar tu negocio, pero esta no te otorga excepciones a otros permisos, patentes y licencias que debes tener según los servicios o productos de tu empresa. Por lo tanto, el tipo de licencia depende de la clase de emprendimiento y la localidad. Es decir que, una planta de reciclaje tendrá diferentes obligaciones a un restaurante que sirve bebidas alcohólicas. De la misma manera un negocio en medio de la ciudad observará diferentes exigencias a uno ubicado en un lugar campestre.


Negocios Hispanos Para La Venta-Hispanic Business For Sale

Wednesday, August 11th, 2010 el mercado activo de Internet para negocios y franquicias para la venta y para todos los profesionales de negocios, que están buscando comprar una nuevas oportunidades de negocios y propietarios de negocios que desean vender su negocio


U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Will Have New Leadership

Wednesday, August 11th, 2010

The United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (USHCC) said Friday that it will name its new Chairman of the Board of Directors at the USHCC 31st Annual National Convention & Business Expo, slated for September in Dallas. New appointments to the USHCC Board of Directors will also be named at the event. Current USHCC Chairman, David C. Lizarraga, will step down in September.


Hispanic-Owned Businesses Growth

Wednesday, August 11th, 2010

Chris Roberts, El Paso Times, Texas

Hispanic entrepreneurs

The number of Hispanic-owned businesses in the United States grew at a rate more than double the national average during a five-year period ending in 2009, says a federal study released Tuesday.