This is a diverse, well educated, and growing organization that we are honored to be part of
Chicago, IL (Vocus) July 21, 2010
Bizilla and HPNG have partnered to offer the Latino communities in New York and Miami access to the fastest growing online marketplace for business for sale. Additionally HPNG members will be able to post their profiles on the Bizilla website enabling them to present their professional profiles to current and potential small business owners. HPNG also offers monthly networking events and workshops that focus on building entrepreneurship through their current membership. The upcoming event on July 22, 2010, which Bizilla management will be attending, is going to be incredibly informative with Ruth Gaviria as the keynote speaker for the event adding value and knowledge for all professionals participating. “This is a diverse, well educated, and growing organization that we are honored to be part of,” says a spokesperson from Bizilla of the HPNG.
Ruth Gaviria is the Vice President of Hispanic Ventures for Meredith Corporation. Gaviria was most recently named one of Advertising Age’s Top Hispanic Media Players to Watch in 2005 and prior to that she was named one of Advertising Age’s Top 100 Marketers in 2000. She is considered a leading authority in marketing to the U.S. Hispanic consumer. She holds an undergraduate degree from Tulane University in New Orleans and resides in Westport, Connecticut with her son, Mateo Gaviria.
The Hispanic Professionals Networking Group is a membership organization that provides opportunities for Hispanic professionals to grow their networks and develop their careers. Founded in 2003 in New York, HPNG produces monthly networking events, career management workshops and leadership conferences in New York and Miami. The upcoming launch of their new division, HPNG Entrepreneurs, will serve as a liaison to business resources for established entrepreneurs. Bizilla will play a major role in providing those resources.
The Bizilla Platform, launched in 2010, is designed to help under-financed candidates connect with other under-financed candidates, brokers, 401 (k) distribution facilitators and debt lenders for the purpose of exploring a mutual investment in a business. The technology enables brokers to generate their own unique micro-websites and URLs giving them a new tool to help qualified candidates access capital. These sites cater to candidates experiencing financing obstacles and wishing to engage in introductions to potential investors or alternative financing options in an organized and expedient manner. For more information contact Hector Vazquez at (804) 739-4008 or Hector(at)bizilla(dot)com.