Registration is now open for sponsors and exhibitors at the National Society of Hispanic MBAs (NSHMBA) Annual Conference & Career Expo in San Antonio this October.
NSHMBA's career expo brings diversity-minded companies together with highly qualified, multicultural candidates, and gives the companies a chance to market their brands to thousands of attendees, according to a news release.
"At this year's event, which will also commemorate NSHMBA's 25th anniversary, we expect well over 5,000 business students, professionals, executives and entrepreneurs to attend and take advantage of numerous professional development, career, networking and marketing opportunities," Rick Cantu, vice president of marketing and development for NSHMBA, said in a statement.
Options for NSHMBA sponsors and exhibitors include exhibition packages for recruiting, marketing and branding opportunities, special sponsorships, and customized solutions for giving companies improved access to U.S Hispanic consumers. U.S. Hispanics make up one of the fastest-growing demographic groups in the U.S.
Sponsorships and exhibitor packages are available on a first-come, first-served basis. The event is scheduled for Oct. 10-12.
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NSHMBA, formed in 1988 as a nonprofit organization, serves 39 chapters and more than 23,000 members in the U.S. & Puerto Rico.
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