"In an era in which Hispanics are increasingly getting in the forefront of 'Fortune' companies, politics and the media, HispanicBusiness serves as a twofold tool: motivational and educational. As a Latino woman I look up to those Hispanic professional leaders (especially Hispanic women) showcased in the magazine. I take pride in their accomplishments and they inspire me to give back to the community and to become a better person, a better professional. In addition, its current news keeps me informed of the latest and most important events surrounding the Hispanic business and political worlds."
Daisy E. Vazquez
Marketing Manager for Conrad Santiago & Associates Inc.
A financial advisory practice of Ameriprise Financial
"HispanicBusiness has been a beacon of light that keeps top of mind, what we can achieve as proud owners of Hispanic heritage. Your journalism provides an excellent forum for sharing real business experiences as well as connections to people we can relate to. Keep it going!"
Sr. Executive Director, Finance
"I'm happy to see that HispanicBusiness is continuing its reign as the authority on business, finance and economic trends. Representing a uniquely diverse district, it is the magazine I can trust to help me gauge public opinion and status on particular issues impacting the Hispanic community and others. I'm grateful to HispanicBusiness for the service it provides to me and, in turn, my constituents."
Fresno County Board of Supervisors
"Role models help individuals realize that goals can be achieved. HispanicBusiness does a great job of identifying top talent within the Hispanic community that serve as role models to other Hispanics in the world. It is very motivating to be able to read how high-achieving Hispanics are being successful, how they have reached their dreams, and that example impacts us, the readers, who realize that our goals can be reached if we identify the conditions to reach them. Thanks for the wonderful job you are doing for Hispanics around the world."
Ivonne Chirino-Klevans, Ph.D
Center for International Programs
"For several years, I have been reading HispanicBusiness. I enjoy it because it gives me hope and pride that so many Hispanics have been making it in the business field. This gives great encouragement to owners and workers of small businesses like our Spanish-language bookstore."
La Moderna Poesia Inc.
"For nonprofits like APM to survive in today's market, they have to exude the same business savvy and political acuity as our funders and legislators. HispanicBusiness Magazine does an excellent job of offering the inside information we need to get there, while understanding the dynamic needs of the Hispanic community so many of us have dedicated our missions to serving."
Nilda I. Ruiz
MBA, President and CEO
Asociación Puertorriqueños en Marcha Inc. (APM)
"As a Latina, it makes me proud to know that such a reputable publication with relevant, up-to-date information about Latinos exists. The most important aspect is its reach to a cross-cultural demographic."
Clotilde Dillon, Principal
St. Michael Academy
"As a technical recruiter, HBM has been a vast resource of information. Providing facts about companies that may have potential hiring needs and where the employment trend will lead to. The data and research HBM publishes provides me with knowledge into the next diverse hiring movement. It is remarkable how many talented Latinos have been successful in creating an empire of business, and a path for those of us who also want to be successful."
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