USHLI today announced a partnership with Latina Style Inc. and the Anna Maria Arias Foundation for the Latina Style Business Series, which began March 22 in Dallas.
The Latina Style Business Series is an an ongoing business development program for Latina business owners and entrepreneurs in the nation.
More than 28,000 Latina entrepreneurs and professionals have attended and benefited from participating in this exciting and informative one-day business program since it launched in 1998.
The series already has occurred in LA in April and in Atlanta in May 24, and the next will be held in Chicago on Tuesday, June 26, from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at Macy's on State Street.
Latina business owners represent nearly 600,000 businesses, generate close to $70 billion in sales and employ more than 500,000 employees, according to LatinaStyle.com. They also constitute the fastest-growing segment of the small-business arena.
The Business Series was designed to provide meaningful interaction between the participants and sponsors. The seminars concentrate on solving some of the most critical business challenges faced by Latina entrepreneurs as they start their business or plan for expansion.
-- Do you want to do business with top US corporations?
-- Are you providing your team with essential tools for your business to succeed?
-- Have you incorporated social media into your marketing efforts?
-- Are you benefiting from accessing the profitable corporate supply chain?
-- Not enough time to stay abreast of technological innovations?
-- Are you balancing your business and personal life in a meaningful way?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, the Business Series is for you.
For more information, log on to http://bs.latinastyle.com/chicago2012.php.
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