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   Why a Latino Nonprofits edition?

Our nonprofits are the backbone of our community. They are our shelter and on many occasions the only alternative for the hungry, victims of domestic violence or gun violence, those suffering drug and alcohol addiction, immigrants facing deportation, or those in need of child care. And they provide education, healthcare, art and culture, and fill many other needs. 

Negocios Now launched its nonprofit section with the very first edition to help empower the community, and we have been dedicated to this for over 13 years. In this pandemic, Latino nonprofits have helped millions of the most vulnerable community members and are more important than ever.

To continue helping these organizations at this epic time and beyond, Negocios Now is launching a special edition called “100 Latino Nonprofits” to grab the attention of organizations that can help most and to tell them what challenges exist for Latino nonprofits and how they can assist.

This is what we will do:

  • Publish at least the basic information of 100 Latino nonprofits in the Chicago area in a glossy edition and send it to 10,000 top business executives, including Fortune 100 companies, and decision-makers.
  • Send a version in digital format to thousands of executives across the country. 
  • Publish all nonprofit profiles at NegociosNow.com and share this with our 35,000 followers on social media.
  • Cover the news of Latino nonprofits, or other nonprofits that help the Latino community during 2021, in Negocios Now, El Chicago Hispano and our news service Hispanic News Agency (HINA).

 Nicado Publishing, the owner of Negocios Now, is looking for sponsors to make this edition possible and, at the same time, give us the capability to continue supporting these nonprofit organizations through next year. 

                                          Sponsorship packages 

Sponsor

Price: $2,000

Nonprofit benefits 

  • Quarter-page ad in the “100 Latino Nonprofits” special edition.
  • Assist nonprofit with promotions during 2021 including:
  •  Translate to Spanish and publish 6 press releases in 2021 on the Nicado Publishing digital platform.
  • Share the press releases/article in Spanish with other Hispanic media through Hispanic News Agency (HINA).

 Sponsor benefits

  •  Recognize the company in the print and digital editions as a sponsor of a nonprofit organization.
  •  Translate and publish a press release on the Nicado Publishing digital platform. 
  •  A discount of 10% for the “Latinos 40 Under 40” event in Chicago (March 2021), and “Supplier Diversity & Inclusion: Empowering the Latino Community.”

Bronze

Price: $3,000

Nonprofit benefits 

  • Half-page profile with photo
  •  Assist nonprofit with promotions during 2021, including:
  •  Translate to Spanish and publish a maximum of 6 press releases on the  Nicado Publishing digital platform.
  •     Share the press releases/article in Spanish with other Hispanic media through Hispanic News Agency (HINA).

Sponsor benefits

  • Recognize the company in the print and digital editions as a sponsor of a nonprofit organization.
  • ½ Page ad in the  “100 Latino Nonprofits” special edition.
  •  Translate and distribute 6 press releases from the company during the year.

 Silver

Price: $5,000

Nonprofit benefits 

  •  Half-page profile that includes at least 1 image.
  • Assist nonprofit with promotion during 2021 including:
  • Translate to Spanish and publish a maximum of 8 press releases each.
  • Publish an article of the organization on the NPC digital platform.
  • Sharing press releases in Spanish with other Hispanic media through Hispanic News Agency (HINA).

Sponsor benefits

  •  Half page in the “100 Latino Nonprofits” special edition.
  •  Translate and distribute 6 press releases from the company during the year.
  •  A discount of 15 for the “Latinos 40 Under 40”  Chicago Digital Edition (March 2021).

           50 Most Influential Latino” (First quarter).

          “Latinos 40 Under 40”  Chicago (March 2021).

           Who’s Who in Chicago business Special Edition.

Gold

Price: $10,000

Nonprofit benefits 

  • Full-page profile that includes at least 2 images.
  • Assist nonprofit with promotion during 2021, including:
  • Translate to Spanish and publish up to 12 press releases each month

on the Nicado Publishing digital platform.

  •  Write a full-page article about the organization. 
  • Share the press releases/article with other Hispanic media through Hispanic News Agency (HINA).

Sponsor benefits

  • Full-page ad in the “100 Latino Nonprofits” special edition.
  • Translate to Spanish and distribute 4 press releases from the company during the year.
  • A  half-page ad in the “Supplier Diversity & Inclusion” edition·

 A discount of 15% for the following special editions and events:

      .   “50 Most Influential Latino” (First quarter).

  •   “Latinos 40 Under 40”  Chicago (March 2021).
  •   Who’s Who in Chicago business Special Edition.

   Platinum

Price: $15,000

Nonprofit benefits 

  • Full-page profile that includes 2 images.
  • Assist nonprofit with promotions during 2021, including:

Translate to Spanish and publish up to 16 press releases per year on the Nicado Publishing digital platform.

  • Write full page article with photo at Negocios Now both print and digital
  • Share the press releases/article in Spanish with other Hispanic media through Hispanic News Agency.
  • Cover organization’s news during 2021.

Sponsor benefits

  • Full-page ad in the “100 Latino Nonprofits” special edition.
  • Translate to Spanish and distribute 6 press releases from the company during the year.
  • Silver sponsor in Latinos 40 Under 40 Chicago (March 2021)
  • A discount of 20% for the following special editions and events:
  •     “50 Most Influential Latino” (First quarter)
  •     “Who’s Who in Hispanic Business in Chicago” suburbs special edition.
  •     “Supplier Diversity & Inclusion: Empowering the Latino Community.”

Premium

Price: $20,000 

Nonprofit benefits 

  • Full-page profile that includes  2 or 3 images.
  • Assist nonprofit with promotions during 2021, including:
  • Translate to Spanish and publish a maximum of 24 press releases per year on the Nicado Publishing digital platform with over 35,000 followers.
  • Write a full-page article with a photo during 2021 to publish in NegociosNow.
  • Share the press releases/articles in Spanish with other Hispanic media through the Hispanic News Agency (HINA).
  • Publish a video promotion for the special edition and on the Nicado  Publishing digital platforms.
  •  Cover organization’s news during 2021.

Sponsor benefits

  •  Full-page ad in the “100 Latino Nonprofits” special edition.
  •  Translate to Spanish and distribute  6 press releases from the company during 2021.

            Include the sponsorship announcement in Nicado Publishing B2B e-blast  Service.

  •  A banner ad for the company for 2 months on NegociosNow.com
  •  Full-page sponsor ad in the “50 Most Influential Latinos” edition (February   2021).  
  • Receive a plaque recognizing your company as a sponsor of a Latino  Non-profit organization.
  •  Recognize the company support at Nicado Publishing company social media platform.
  •  Place a company video on the NPC platform.        
  • A discount of 25% for the following special editions and events:
  • “Latinos 40 Under 40”  Chicago (March 2021)
  •     “Who’s Who in Hispanic Business” in Chicago suburbs.
  •     “Supplier Diversity & Inclusion: Empowering the Latino community.”

   

Deadlines:  

Material deadline: November 20

Space deadline: November 10

Issue date: December 4

Ad Sizes:

Deadlines:  

Material deadline: November 20

Space deadline: November 10

Issue date: December 4

Contact information

Kelly Yelmene

kyelmene@negociosnow.com

cc: sponsorship@negociosnow.com

O: 773-942-7410

C: 312-918-2780

     

Trump llama “idiota” al Dr. Anthony Fauci

Redaccion Negocios Now –

  Mientras el mundo alcanzó la inquietante cifra de 40 millones de contagios de Covid-19, el presidente de Estados Unidos, Donald Trump, arreció sus críticas contra quien se considera la máxima autoridad en el combate del coronavirus en el país.

   Trump dijo en un acto de campaña que el Dr. Anthony Fauci es “un desastre” y  calificó al científico y otros expertos de idiotas. Fauci, de 79 años de edad, es considerado mundialmente un experto en enfermedades virales.

   “La gente está cansada de Covid. Tengo estos grandes mítines”, dijo Trump. “La gente está diciendo lo que sea. Déjanos en paz. Están cansados de eso. La gente está cansada de escuchar a Fauci y a todos estos idiotas”.

    Trump, sin embargo, minimizó de manera pública el peligro de la pandemia 10 meses atrás cuando aparecieron lo primeros casos en el país, pero reconoció en una entrevista grabada con el Bob Woodward, del Washington Post, que era un virus peligroso y que no lo informaba a la población para “no crear pánico”.

    El presidente, en cambio, trató de tranquilizar al pueblo estadounidenses diciendo que “con suerte, todo va a ser genial”, Estados Unidos  reporta hoy 8.2 millones de infecciones por Covid-19 y más de 220.000 muertes, según varias fuentes.

   A solo 15 días de las elecciones, la velocidad de contagio en la población no ayuda en los intentos de reelección del mandatario que, según las encuestas, es superado por el demócrata Joe Biden en la intención de votos, incluso en algunos estados históricamente demócratas como Georgia y Arizona.

   Muchas de las nuevas infecciones han ocurrido en los estados del Medio Oeste y las Montañas que no fueron tan afectadas como el Noreste y la Costa Oeste en los primeros días de la crisis de Covid-19, muestran las últimas cifras.

   Los ataques abiertos de Trump contra Fauci vienen luego de que el principal experto en enfermedades infecciosas dijera durante una entrevista de “60 Minutes” que no estaba sorprendido de que el presidente tuviera una infección por Covid-19. 

  “Me preocupaba que se enfermara cuando lo vi en una situación completamente precaria de hacinamiento, sin separación entre las personas y casi nadie con máscara”, dijo Fauci.

   En todo el mundo, hubo 40,1 millones de casos confirmados de Covid-19 y 1,1 millones de muertes por coronavirus hasta el lunes por la tarde, según el panel Covid-19 de la Universidad Johns Hopkins.

   Luego de Estados en el número de infecciones más alto, se encuentra India (7,6 millones de casos), Brasil (5,2 millones de casos) y Rusia (1,4 millones de casos).

 

James F. Botana named Latino Lawyer of the Year

Chicago, IL,  Jackson Lewis P.C., one of the country’s preeminent workplace law firms, is pleased to announce Principal James F. Botana has been named Latino Lawyer of the Year by the Hispanic Lawyers Association of Illinois (HLAI). As an advocate for increased representation for Hispanic attorneys in the legal industry, Mr. Botana will carry out HLAI’s mission to promote high standards of competence, professionalism and integrity with and among Hispanic attorneys and the Hispanic communities within the State of Illinois.

“I am honored and humbled to be named a recipient of HLAI’s Latino Lawyer of the Year Award,” said Mr. Botana. “I have been a member of this organization since I graduated law school and I have always enjoyed working to help further HLAI’s mission of providing a forum through which Hispanic attorneys and their achievements, goals and aspirations may be promoted within the legal profession. I look forward to continuing my work with HLAI by participating in their activities to increase diversity and inclusion in the legal community. I am particularly excited about HLAI’s social justice initiatives and partnering with similar bar organizations to advance these initiatives through dialogue and a unified voice.”

Mr. Botana is a Principal in the firm’s Chicago office, where he represents management in employment cases in federal and state courts, and before administrative agencies in a variety of employment and labor related claims. Prior to joining Jackson Lewis, he was a prosecutor and a senior attorney in the Employment Litigation Department of the Office of the Corporation Counsel for the City of Chicago. He has successfully prosecuted and defended numerous civil and criminal cases in trials and evidentiary hearings in federal and state courts. Mr. Botana has represented the City of Chicago in prosecuting criminal and quasi-criminal matters and has defended the City of Chicago in employment discrimination, civil rights and insurance defense cases in state and federal courts. Mr. Botana currently serves as a Special Assistant Corporation counsel and represents the City of Chicago and its employees in a variety of claims.

Mr. Botana was born in Havana, Cuba, and raised in Spain. He is fluent in Spanish and is frequently called upon by businesses with large Spanish-speaking workforces to train managers and supervisors as well as non-supervisory employees in both English and Spanish in best employment practices as well as to conduct investigations of employment related disputes.

Mr. Botana has been a member of HLAI since 1992 and was a previous recipient of the HLAI Community Service Award. He has served the organization in several leadership positions including as a member of its Judicial Evaluation Committee, Translations Committee and as an HLAI mentor. Mr. Botana has helped organize several HLAI events and has participated in roundtable discussions as a featured speaker.

Mr. Botana earned his J.D. from DePaul University and his B.S. from Chicago State University.