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The Informant, Volume 4, Issue #59 -- Thursday, February 26, 2004


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Minding Your Business

The inner workings of a Minority Business Accelerator...

Hispanic Chamber to Present Program on Small Business Procurement in New York

A program to give small Queens businesses the know-how to get a bigger piece of the American pie will be held this week at LaGuardia Community College, sponsors of the program announced.

SBA Loan Hinges on Business Plan

Having bad credit is one thing, but having a bad business plan is an even bigger problem.

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Headlines

Televisa CEO to Launch Operations Center in Miami

Televisa Chairman and CEO Emilio Azcarraga plans to set up an operations center in Miami beginning in March to coordinate new projects targeting the U.S. Hispanic market.

New Board Members Announced for NHCC

The National Hispanic Corporate Council has announced its new board of directors for the year 2004.

ADVERTISING: Adding Up to No. 1

Publicis Sánchez & Levitan merged with Texas' Bromley Communications on Monday, turning the Miami firm into the nation's top Hispanic advertising agency, with an estimated $29.9 million in revenue and $276 million in billings.

Latinos Lead in New Jobs, Study Shows

Latinos are taking the lead in finding new jobs since the U.S. economy started to recover, with a robust construction industry accounting for the greatest employment gains, according to a study released Monday by the Pew Hispanic Center.

Journalist Helped Latino Causes

A man who helped change the face of journalism for the better died Thursday, unexpectedly and much too soon.

Hoy Makes L.A. Debut on March 1

Hoy will publish four zoned editions providing local news and advertising specific to Hispanic consumers in Los Angeles, Orange County/Long Beach, San Gabriel/Inland Empire and San Fernando.

Latino Achievers in Smithsonian Spotlight

The saga of the Garza family is part of a bilingual exhibit, "Our Journeys/Our Stories: Portraits of Latino Achievement," which opens today at the National Museum of American History and runs through April 25. It was developed by the Smithsonian Center for Latino Initiatives and will travel to museums across the country through 2006.

A-Rod's Apple Stay Will Yield Juicy Ad Deals

For Alex Rodriguez, the other shoe is about to drop - and it's probably a Nike.

Not Lost In Translation: New Network Aimed At English-Speaking Hispanics

Reflecting the growing influence of the Latino marketplace, yet another television network is launching to serve Hispanic Americans. But unlike entrenched players such as Univision, Telemundo, Telemundo, TeleFutura and Galavision, the new VOY Network will feature English-language programming aimed at 18- to 49-year-old Hispanics.

From the current issue of Hispanic Business Magazine...

Hispanic Business Magazine

The Honored Few

Hispanics hold 96 board seats at Fortune 500 corporations, or about 1.6 percent of the available spots.

2004 Corporate Elite Continued

Continued from the January/February issue of Hispanic Business magazine, listed are the 25 additional elite businesspeople who round out the 2004 Corporate Elite.

Events

Bridal Quinceanera Expo 2004

Sunday, February 29, 2004
Lubbock, Texas

"MAY IT PLEASE THE COURT" -- a solo exhibit by Xavier Cortada

Monday, March 1, 2004
Florida Supreme Court, Tallahassee, FL

Westside Business Expo

Tuesday, March 2, 2004
UCLA (Ackerman Hall)

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