Latin Business Club of America, South Florida’s largest networking organization dedicated to promoting businesses within the Latin community and Latin Events Network, a leading international event industry resource targeting the Hispanic market and its Latin organizations, announced a strategic partnership to expand the networking opportunities between both organizations.
“Our organizations share the same commitment to providing networking opportunities to Latin professionals in an upscale, relaxed, fun, and personable setting, and share a valuable vision of growth and advancement of Latinos in the United States,” commented Monica Puig, Founder and President of Latin Business Club of America. “We are very pleased to have the opportunity to work with Latin Events Network and are excited to see the amazing events they are sure to produce. I know that together we will create an even more ideal and unique atmosphere to network for our members where we both, along with our members, can build lasting business relationships, share ideas, and do our part in the support and development of more Hispanic leaders in our community.”
Under the agreement, Latin Events Network will be the senior producer of all future latinbiz events. Latin Business Club of America and Latin Events Network will cross-promote their organizations.
“The astonishing growth of the Hispanic market in the United States has shifted marketing efforts of many businesses to focus on the Latin community. The strong business ethics, vision and reputable distinction of the Latin Business Club of America aligns with the objectives of Latin Events Network,” commented Roxy Quevedo, Founder and President of Latin Events Network. “Through our forthcoming website, we will be showcasing experts in the event industry and provide a platform for our highly regarded event industry professionals giving them exposure to the prestigious members of Latin Business Club of America. The dynamics in uniting the industry and business professionals guarantees to strengthen growth within a vastly increasing Hispanic market.”