Negocios Now to highlight The Most Influential Latinos in the Chicago area

As part of its 10th anniversary celebrations, Negocios Now will launch, for the first time, a list of the 50 most influential Latinos in the Chicago metropolitan area.
The selection is part of the nomination process for “Who’s Who in Hispanic Chicago,” which opened in March and closes May 31.
For this effort, Negocios Now formed a Selection Committee, composed of Pedro Cevallos-Candau, retired founder of Primera Engineer; Carina Sanchez, a veteran government official being named to head the Chicago Public Building Commission; and Patricia Mota, president of the Hispanic Alliance for Career Enhancement (HACE).
“Recognizing Hispanic leadership has been a priority of Negocios Now since its founding 10 years ago. This initiative continues in this same direction,” said Clemente Nicado, publisher of Negocios Now.
The list of the 50 awardees, with their photographs, will be published in the Special Edition “Who’s Who in Hispanic Chicago,” which will be released at the Negocios Now Gala July 14.
For three consecutive years, Negocios Now has celebrated the Hispanic leadership in the Chicago area with these unique events and editions.
Who’s Who Special Edition will include a summary of the most important events that have marked Negocios Now as the most awarded Latino business publication in the United States over the last decade, with 14 national awards and a Peter Lisagor Award for General Excellence.
  Last month, Negocios Now  called for nominations for the Who’s Who in Hispanic Chicago Special Edition, which will be released July 14, 2017, during the 10th Anniversary Gala Event celebrating Chicago’s Hispanic leadership.
  Along with the gala for “Who’s Who in Hispanic Chicago,” Negocios Now is the host and creator of the “Latinos 40 Under 40,” an event and digital edition that recognizes the next generation.
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