Event Day: June 4, 2010


HispanicBusiness Media presents HispanicBusiness Magazine´s 8th Annual Woman of the Year Awards Luncheon.

HispanicBusiness Media presents HispanicBusiness Magazine´s 8th Annual Woman of the Year Awards Luncheon. At HispanicBusiness, we are proud to take special time out each year to honor a select number of exceptional Hispanic Women at our annual Woman of the Year Awards. This year´s event will be held June 4, 2010 at the Los Angeles Athletic Club, Los Angeles California.


At Woman of the Year, HispanicBusiness magazine salutes the accomplishments of successful U.S. Hispanic women who have made a significant impact in the realms of business, government, and academia. At this year´s eighth annual event, aligned with the magazine´s release of the "Elite Women Directory," we have prepared a celebration that draws deserved attention to the incomparable contribution of Hispanic women.

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Hispanic Business Media presents Hispanic Business Magazine’s 18th Annual EOY Awards Gala

Every year Hispanic Business magazine celebrates the remarkable achievements of today´s leading Hispanic entrepreneurs. In addition to their hard work, they have served as role models for the larger demographic of young Hispanics now in school and soon to enter the workforce. These men and women personify the progress of Hispanic enterprise in America, having made significant contributions to both the U.S. Hispanic economy and the Hispanic community at large.


Since its inception 18 years ago, the Hispanic Business magazine EOY Awards has been the premier celebration of the achievements of Hispanic entrepreneurs in America. Attended by luminaries from the worlds of government, business, and entertainment, the EOY Symposium and Awards Gala brings to life the astonishing achievements of these leaders and their hard work. It is a celebration not only of growth, but of a legacy of leadership in the Hispanic community. Facebook Linkedin Twitter RSS Feed Email Alerts & Newsletters