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New York 40 Under 40

Nomination for Latinos 40 Under 40 in
New York City

Negocios Now is calling for the second annual “Latinos 40 under 40” nominations in New York City to recognize and celebrate the leadership of a new generation of young Latinos in the New York Metropolitan Area.

 Those selected will represent a group of 40 outstanding New Yorkers under the age of 40 in business, government, nonprofit, politics, sports, education and numerous other fields.

To celebrate the achievements of this up-and-coming generation of Latinos, Negocios Now will publish a special digital edition and organize a presentation and celebration event in the Spring of  2022. 

Negocios Now celebrated its first Latinos 40 Under 40 in New York City  in November of 2019 with resounding success.

Latinos 40 Under 40
Class of 2022

NOMINATE YOUR CANDIDATE TODAY!

Nomination process will open until February 1, 2022 at 12:00 am

Complete this form to submit your nomination

About Negocios Now

Founded in 2007, Negocios Now is a nationally recognized and award-winning publication. As the Midwest’s most dynamic news source for growing Hispanic businesses, the publication primarily focuses on business owners, entrepreneurs and economic development in the Latino community.

   In 2014, Negocios Now launched the first “Who’s Who in Hispanic Chicago” to recognize Hispanic leadership in the Chicago metropolitan area, followed by the first “Latinos: 40 Under 40”  in 2015. Since 2010, Negocios Now has received more than 20 awards from the National Association of Hispanic Publications (NAHP), and a Peter Lisagor Award for General Excellence in 2012.

  Clemente Nicado, the founder of Negocios Now, was also named “Latino Publisher of the Year” in 2018. He is a former international correspondent and co-founder of HOY, the Chicago Tribune’s Spanish language publication. He is the author of “Así lo hicieron,” a 2012 book featuring profiles of outstanding Hispanic businessmen and women in the Chicago area. Additionally, Nicado also serves on the Board of the National Association of Hispanic Publications, located in Washington, DC.