The Hispanic Leadership Network (HLN), a center-right advocacy action group, today announced that Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval will deliver the keynote address at its "Small Business Invitational: Promoting the Drivers of Economic Growth." The invitational will be held April 4 at the Renaissance Hotel in Las Vegas.
The day's events will kick off with a business expo, during which Nevada's Latino entrepreneurs will have a venue to exhibit their small businesses and engage in matchmaking. The invitational will also feature an advocacy panel on the state and federal laws that impact small businesses and the ways in which Hispanic advocates can make a difference. Governor Sandoval's keynote address will focus on Nevada's economic outlook.
"I am honored to participate in an event that will empower Hispanic small business owners in our state and offer them the tools they need to continue growing and contributing to the economic development not only of Nevada, but of our nation," Sandoval said.
"We are thrilled that Governor Sandoval will join us in our invitational," HLN Executive Director Jennifer Sevilla-Korn said. "There is no better stage than Nevada, a state that is home to more than 177,000 small businesses, to host an event designed to promote and strengthen the drivers of economic growth in our country. Even more so, when 18 percent of Nevada's small businesses are Hispanic-owned."
WHAT: Small Business Invitational: Promoting the Drivers of Economic Growth
WHEN: April 4, 2012
WHERE: Renaissance Hotel
3400 Paradise Road
Las Vegas, Nevada
To register to attend the Small Business Invitational, visit http://hispanicleadershipnetwork.org/sbi/
BUSINESS EXPO RSVP: To register your small business for the Small Business Invitational Business Expo, visit http://hispanicleadershipnetwork.org/small-business-invitational-registration-2/
MEDIA RSVP: To register for press credentials, visit http://hispanicleadershipnetwork.org/small-business-invitational-press-registration/
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