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Tag Results for "Hispanic Business"

United Data Technologies Co-Chairs U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce 2011 National Convention

- Largest gathering of Hispanic Business leaders to convene at USHCC 32nd Annual National Convention, Sept. 18-21, 2011 - The United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (USHCC) continue reading »

USDA and Department of Commerce Host Conference to Provide Small Business Contracting Opportunities

USDA Acting Under Secretary for Farm and Foreign Agriculture Service Michael Scuse today gave the keynote address at the USDA and Department of Commerce Small Business Training and Matchmaking conference, continue reading »

Gloria Estefan to Accept 2011 Ultimate Latina Award at United States Hispanic Chamber Expo

Gloria Estefan to Accept 2011 Ultimate Latina Award at United States Hispanic Chamber 32nd National Convention & Business Expo continue reading »

Hispanic Entrepreneurship On the Rise

Entrepreneurship is a widespread activity in the United States. Participation is as common as getting married or the birth of a baby. About 6.2 in every 100 U.S. adults 18 years and older are engaged in trying to start new fir continue reading »

AT&T Celebrates 5 Years of Dedicated Spanish-Bilingual Retail Program

Bilingual Store Program Continues to Expand and Evolve to Provide Holistic Retail Experience; Program Has Launched More Than 770 Bilingual Concept Stores Throughout the U.S. to Date continue reading »

Johnny Depp’s Jack Sparrow Boots Made in El Paso’s CABoots

CABoots in El Paso, Texas has had some odd occurrences in the store. The makers of Johnny Depp’s “Jack Sparrow” boots, have had a number of people come in to have a look at them, and on occasion smell them. continue reading »

LATINA Style, Inc. Proudly Announces Laura Sanchez as the “Entrepreneur of the Year” in Dallas!

LATINA Style Inc., the premier company addressing the needs of the Latina business owner and professional working woman, will honor entrepreneur Laura Sanchez, President & Owner of La Calle Doce & El Ranchito Restaurants continue reading »

Latin American Hedge Funds Solid Performance:  Gains New Investors & Big Fees

Latin American hedge funds solid performance during the economic downturn has allowed them to continue charging the “2-and-20” lucrative fee and continue to attract investors. continue reading »

Tr3s: MTV, Musica y Mas Scores Its Most Watched Quarter Ever

Up 30% in Prime Time and 19% in Total Day in First Quarter 2011. This season 5.4 Million Viewers tuned-in to MTV's first-ever novela "Ninas Mal" and 3.4 Million Viewers returned to the original hit "Quiero Mis Quinces" & the smash sitcom "George Lopez" continue reading »

Self-Taught Mexican Immigrant Now an Expert on Drones

At just 24, Jordi Muñoz is already revered as one of the top experts regarding drones and other such technology. Born in Ensenada, but raised in Tijuana, Muñoz came from a middle class family. continue reading »

Increase in Pet Food and Product Sales in Latin America Indicate a Growing Middle Class

Latin Americans seem to really love their pets. In fact, sales of pet care products and food are seeing a surge, especially in Brazil. Between 2005 and 2010, according to Euromonitor International data, continue reading »

McDonald’s Franchisee Arcos Dorados to Sell 12.5 Million Shares on NYSE

Latin American McDonald’s franchisee Arcos Dorados Holdings Inc. has filed for an initial public offering (IPO) on the New York Stock Exchange Friday, in the regulatory filing, Arcos said it will be offering nearly 12.5 million class A shares continue reading »

Video Blog Series on U.S. Hispanic Market Debuts

Newlink Conversations features experts on controversial, informative topics and trends. Newlink America, (www.newlink-america.com), an advertising and PR firm focused on the U.S. Hispanic market, today unveiled a video blog series branded Newlink Conversations: continue reading »

Final Regulations Will Strengthen 8(a) Business Development Program for Small Businesses

The U.S. Small Business Administration today published a package of final rules that will revise regulations to strengthen its 8(a) Business Development program to better ensure that the benefits flow to the intended recipients and help prevent waste, fraud and abuse. continue reading »

Silcon Valley Tech Companies Asked to Hire More Minorities

In Silicon Valley, high tech firms like Google are being accused of not hiring enough minorities. Three non-profit groups protested Google because they would not share a breakdown of their employment records to determine the percentage of minorities that currently work there. continue reading »

Common Marketing Mistakes

You must have heard about the huge marketing blunders made by some of the most well known brands in recent history. Sometimes it is the result of misjudgment and at times it is some experiment going wrong. The nature of the marketing job is such that even the most proficient can make a mistake. continue reading »

SMALL BUSINESS FINANCE: When and How to Use Coupons to Promote Your Business

There’s no doubt about it we are a nation of coupon-clipping consumers and let’s face it, who doesn't like a bargain? From print coupons to online coupon codes, and now with the staggering growth of social coupons – consumers are literally bombarded with special offers. continue reading »

U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Recognizes 9th Largest U.S. Hispanic-Owned Business, Group O

The United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (USHCC), as the leading proponent of Hispanic businesses, is proud to announce Group O, the ninth largest Hispanic-owned company in North America, as the national chamber organization's newest Hispanic Business Enterprise (HBE) member. continue reading »

SMALL BUSINESS FINANCE: IRS Reminds Small Charities Reporting Requirements May Have Gotten Simpler

The Internal Revenue Service today announced that small tax-exempt organizations may be able to shift to the simpler Form 990-N (e-Postcard) for their 2010 annual information reporting. continue reading »

City of Chicago Continues to Offer Small Business Workshops in 2011

The City of Chicago, Department of Business Affairs & Consumer Protection (BACP) continues to offer FREE business education workshops in 2011 to help new and existing businesses succeed in the new year. continue reading »