Tendencia

Latin Business Today mentors share their Hispanic Heritage month insights by answering the question: who inspires you?
Exciting highlights with Latino designers rounding out Day 2 and 3…    
The Excitement of the Fashion Designers of Latin America Showcase During NYFW—Press Conference and Day 1 Shows  
Retro-Acculturation is assimilating and then re-discovering the culture of their forerunners.  
How Latino small business owners can acculturate without losing their souls.  
Five "Intra-Hispanic acculturation factors to help your Latino business grow.    
Daisy Expósito-Ulla shares how she started and grew her advertising business.     
Latin Business Today sits down with experienced ag agency executive Daisy Expósito-Ulla Chairman/CEO d expósito & Partners, LLC  
“Friends of the National Museum of the American Latino” Bringing Latinos together...why it's important.   
A business growth strategy is about having a plan and incorporating it into your life.  
An idea, a strategy and hard work spawns an international small business.  
Latina entrepreneur Eugenia Altamira a Mexican-American has a unique back-story.  
Highlights of immigration trends by government, prominent organizations and think tanks.  
Articles and videos covering Cinco de Mayo history, celebrations, family traditions, crafts and food.  
Latin Business Today Director of Community Relations, Tina Trevino with a traditional Mexican peasant dress—getting prepped for Cinco de Mayo.  
Family-owned Latin business manufacturer Ruiz Foods has secured the #1 brands in their respective categories.  
Latino small business supports local economy by producing domestically in the USA.  
Business changes on the fly created new challenges and experiences.                                  
With globalization, Latina executive Tina Trevino believes “The only thing constant in life is change”.              
Define as concretely and simply \what you do, for whom, with what expertise, and with what results for clients.  
A  Ph.D turned style entrepreneur's journey from honing expertise from Argentina to California.  
Lilia Rojas Latina entrepreneur and owner of La Flor de Jalisco bakery has achieved success  
A successful small business is rooted in a solid work-life balance.  
In uncertain times Latino small business owners need perspective.  
Cid Wilson a dynamic leader driving mentorship..in his own words.   
What's the back story? What's Next? What's assured is this Cuba discussion will surely continue over the next four years.   
Part two there's more than one  way to start a business.    
Hard work, a thirst for learning and giving back are the building blocks of success.  
Inclusivity is good Latino small business and all businesses.  
This successful Hispanic food industry business developed its product line from family tradition.  
In 2016 Latin Business Today featured a cross section of Hispanic businesses.  
Business is a family affair for two Hispanic businesswomen the owners of Bronxville’'s Chantilly Patisserie.  
Not everyone is suited for corporate life...some require the adrenaline, the risk and the empowerment.