Posted by Elena del Valle on February 1, 2008
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Women That Win selected Hispanic Marketing & Public Relations (HispanicMPR.com), Business of the Month for February 2008. As part of the recognition, HispanicMPR is featured on the Women That Win homepage and in the Business of the Month page.
Business of the Month features include a company overview, information about the business’ community involvement and recognitions, when and why the business owner established the business, accomplishments she is most proud of, and advice for women thinking of starting a new business.
Hispanic Marketing and Public Relations Understanding and Targeting America’s Largest Minority book
“A must resource for practitioners/professionals expecting to reach US Hispanics; also valuable for college programs in marketing, public relations and communications. Highly recommended.”
Click here for information on the Hispanic Marketing & Public Relations books
“I am the founder of this wonderful organization that is helping women, including the many Hispanic women in the U.S., take their careers and lives to the next level. As a woman who began working at the ripe age of 12, I understood very young the power behind a good work ethic,” said Kellie Kuecha, president of Women that Win
Previous Business of the Month companies include The Healing Center, LLC, The Fae Group Graphic Design Company, NuBarter, Judy Martin Speaks.com, Women with Dreams and Zable Fisher Public Relations.
Boca Raton, Florida based Women that Win is dedicated to women’s empowerment. The company offers educational seminars and networking forums to help entrepreneurial women define, develop and achieve their personal and professional goals.
Target Latinos effectively by anticipating changes in the market with
“Hispanic Projections with 2007-08 update” audio recording
Presenter Roger Selbert, Ph.D.
- About Latino buying power growth in the future
- How Latino market growth compares with other markets in the U.S.
- What drives the rise of Latino economic clout
- Who should target the Latino market
- What is the size of the Hispanic affluent market
- If the luxury Latino market is growing
Stay ahead of your competion with “Hispanic Projections”