In Recognition of Local Leadership in the Little Village Community
(Chicago, IL) – Negocios Now, the award-winning Hispanic business publication, will launch a special edition and event named “Los 26 de la 26” to celebrate Hispanic leadership in Little Village, the heart of the most vibrant Mexican and Mexican-American community in the midwest.
“La Villita business community is an important part of the mission of Negocios Now, even before we launched 12 years ago. Our publication was born recognizing not only the entrepreneurial spirit of the community but I was also captivated by the history and culture of the community,” said Clemente Nicado, Publisher of Negocios Now.
Since 2017, Negocios Now has featured businesses from Little Village and has continued to be a constant presence in the publication. Negocios Now has dedicated several exclusive editions to highlight the contributions of the Little Village community as well as it’s impactful and memorable entrepreneurship.
“Los 26 de la 26 is just a symbol. This initiative is in fact to honor the community with a clear Latino identity, inclusive that welcomes all people who dream of a better future, for their families and the City of Chicago, which is full of opportunities,” said Nicado.
Those selected will come from a variety of sectors, with outstanding contributions to the Little Village community. Nicado Publishing Company has created an independent selection committee to select the individuals who meet these criteria.
The deadline for nominations is October 1st and the celebration event will be held at Mi Tierra Restaurant located in Little Village, on January 16, 2020, in conjunction with the Little Village Chamber of Commerce.
Wintrust Bank, Remy Martin, and CIBC will be sponsors of the event.
For more information visit https://www.negociosnow.com/los26
If you would like to nominate someone or be considered as an honoree please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information and sponsorship opportunities, email: los26@NegociosNow.com, or call at (773) 942-7410
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