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Read biographies of feature guests for the 2019 Diversity in Tech Forum

Read biographies of feature guests for the 2019 Diversity in Tech Forum being held 01/23 at Linkedin Chicago. 


Salvador Maldonado, Account Manager, U.S. Hispanic Market, Google

Salvador Maldonado graduated from Harvard University with a Bachelor’s degree in History and French.…


Posted by HispanicPro on January 23, 2019 at 12:23am

PROMEXICO ceases operation, embassies will take over

By the end of February, 46 ProMéxico offices around the world must cease all operations. Since 2007, this government agency was responsible for promoting trade, exports and internationalization of Mexican companies, a work that stood out by promoting the presence of dozens of Mexican companies in the most important food and beverage shows in the United…


Posted by HispanicPro on January 22, 2019 at 12:45pm

5 things you should never do at a Networking event

You've been there before. It's at the end of a conference. It's the morning before the keynote speech. It's during the lunch break. When it comes to networking, there's an unwritten code about what not to say. The next time you're at a networking event - whatever you do - make sure you don't get caught doing these 5 things:

1. Give a hard copy…


Posted by HispanicPro on January 20, 2019 at 6:02pm

Millennials and Hispanics drive boost in organic sales

Organic product sales in the U.S. jumped almost 9% to more than $21 billion during the 52-week period ending Nov. 24, according to Nielsen data.

The top buying groups were millennials, who spent 14% more on organic foods and beverages compared to last year, and Hispanics, who spent in excess of 13% more on organics in 2018, the data noted. Other…


Posted by HispanicPro on January 20, 2019 at 5:50pm


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