We are focused on cultivating Hispanic talent and providing them with the necessary professional tools and network to reach new heights.
Columbus, Ohio (PRWEB) November 04, 2013
Since 2000, Ohio's Hispanic/Latino population has grown by 63.4 percent accounting for 350,000, or 3.1 percent, of Ohio's total population. With this in mind, registration for the November 7th Ohio Hispanic Workforce and Economic Development Summit presented by Center for Hispanic Leadership (CHL) Ohio Chapter in conjunction with the Ohio Commission on Hispanic/Latino Affairs closes at midnight tonight.
Many Hispanic business owners and leaders are faced with the inability to consistently create and sustain relationships with Fortune 500 corporations; thus they are not at the forefront of supplier diversity programs. Revenue generating and job creation opportunities are not being seized fast enough. The Summit will bring together financial institutions such as Fifth Third Bank and major corporations such as the Coca-Cola Company and Honda that have lined up to sponsor this event as a testament to their commitment to providing high-caliber training to current and future Hispanic businesses owners and professionals in Ohio order maintain these companies’ competitive advantage in an increasingly global economy.
“As an increasing segment of the population, Hispanics in Ohio are in need of workforce and economic development to make an even greater contribution to Ohio’s economy,” says Rafi Rodriguez, CHL Ohio Chapter President. “We are focused on cultivating Hispanic talent and providing them with the necessary professional tools and network to reach new heights."
Though Hispanic-owned businesses are growing at twice the rate of the national average and generate $465 billion in annual revenue, the growing number of Hispanic entrepreneurs and small business owners require leadership and operational training. According to a 2012 survey conducted by McCombs School of Business, and the Kauffman Foundation, Hispanic entrepreneurs and business owners must learn how to become better leaders and, at the same time, better business operators in order to compete against non-Hispanic, mainstream businesses.
With this in mind, the goal of the one-day event is to offer entrepreneurs with leadership training as well as connect them with government and private business development opportunities.
As a result of attending the Summit, participants will benefit from:
- A highly interactive four-hour workshop that will help Hispanic entrepreneurs and business owners to become better leaders and business operators
- Information, tips, tools and resources to engage their business and access state government and private sectors opportunities to profitably grow and compete
- Access to CHL's online Certification Program: http://www.HispanicLeadershipAcademy.com
- Networking with successful Hispanics from across the state of Ohio
For the full agenda and to register by midnight tonight, please visit CHL Ohio Hispanic Workforce and Economic Development Summit or call Rafi Rodriguez, CHL Ohio President at (937) 304-7393 or by e-mail: Rafi@CenterforHispanicLeadership.com
200 Georgesville Rd
Columbus, OH 43228
8:00 am to 5:00 pm
$300 Registration covers 4-hour workshop, lunch, and afternoon session
$50 Registration covers lunch and afternoon session
About CHL Corporate
We build brands from the outside in.
Instead of selling to Hispanic consumers, let them help build your brand and enable them to influence its growth.
We develop Hispanic leaders from the inside out.
By embracing their unique immigrant perspective instead of assimilating so quickly, Hispanic employees are enabled to innovate and lead your business with cultural authenticity.
As the only Hispanic human capital, business development, and marketing consulting firm of its kind, CHL’s unique approach is centered on building leaders and building brands by clearly demonstrating how these two facets are interconnected and dependent on each other. To learn more about CHL Corporate, visit us at: http://www.centerforhispanicleadership.com