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The Informant, Volume 4, Issue #77 -- Tuesday, June 29, 2004


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Resources

Companies' Web Sites are Increasingly Vital

The problem is that many companies go directly to a technical specialist to develop the Web site, without stopping first at the marketing department.

Some Women Find Biggest Rewards as Entrepreneurs

Francis Brancale, spokesman for the Glendale office of the Small Business Administration -- the largest SBA branch in the nation -- says 60 percent of all new businesses are started by women.

2004 Hispanic Business 500

An overview of our annual list.

RedWire Network

Featured Company


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State: Minnesota
Year Established: 2001

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Headlines

'Censorship List' Bans Controversial Words from Univision's On-air Lexicon

Papaya, tortilla and bicho, farewell.

Latin Music Industry Duo Plans to Launch Local Label

Two Latin music industry heavyweights announced Friday that they were teaming up to launch a record label. To be based in Miami Lakes, SGZ Entertainment will be aimed at young Hispanics.

Kerry Works to Strengthen Hispanic Ties

Democratic presidential candidate John Kerry, who has had little to say to Latino voters in the seven weeks since Cinco de Mayo, is getting with the programa.

Ford, Academic Institutions to Help Minority Businesses

The entrepreneurship curriculum, to be announced today, is being created in conjunction with Babson College in Babson Park, Mass., and several historically black colleges and universities.

Mexican Immigrant's Bookstore Is Her Own American Dream

Gloria Martinez is living the American dream of owning her own business. Martinez is the proud owner of the newly opened La Nueva Jerusalen bookstore on the west side of South Bend.

Speaking Two Languages

There's a dichotomy in marketing to the Hispanic community that goes beyond bilingual.

Local Minn. Latinos Get New Magazine

The growing Latino population in the Twin Cities has a new full-color glossy magazine believed to be the first of its kind for a local minority community.

Speaking to a Need for DVDS En Espanol

Music may be the universal language, but DVD is becoming one, too, as the film industry embraces the United States' growing Hispanic population.

Ethnic Balance in Texas Shifting by Spring

Anglos are likely to be the minority in Texas by spring, about two years earlier than originally expected.

Tampa, Fla., Entrepreneur Succeeds Marketing Real Estate Services to Hispanics

Omar Garcia started his real estate business out of his house 18 months ago, hoping to create a business that offered the growing Hispanic population in Tampa Bay real estate, title insurance and mortgage loan services under one roof.

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Hispanic Business 500 WHOLESALE: When minutes mean money, TSN stays ahead of the pack with technological advances.

The Long Haul

Hispanic Business 500 TRANSPORTATION: MCO Transport met the deregulation challenge and emerged stronger, more competitive, and able to gain a new market.

Events

Orange County Hispanic Education Endowment Fund Corporate Reception

Thursday, July 15, 2004
Garden Room -- 1 First American Way

11th Annual Pan American Nationals

Saturday, July 17, 2004
Atco Raceway, Atco, NJ 08004

MALDEF 6th Annual Golf Tournament

Monday, July 19, 2004
Wilshire Country Club, Los Angeles, CA

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