Chicago.- Remy Martin will join Negocios Now as Millennial Sponsor for the second digital edition and event of Latinos 40 Under 40 that recognizes the leadership of a new generation in the Chicago area.
“We are pleased to have Remy Martin once again as the Millennial sponsor of this unique event. Remy’s support was key to the launch of the first ever Latinos 40 under 40 last year in Chicago”, said Clemente Nicado, Publisher of Negocios Now.
The special edition will be exclusively in digital format and will come out at the end of December 2016.
Last year with the launch of its exciting new global campaign, “One life/live them” Remy Martin sponsored Negocios Now 40 Under 40 an event that highlighted accomplished young Latino leaders. Remy Martin recognized two multi-talented Latinos for their personal and professional success as well as their support to the community.
“Remy Martin remains committed to the core principal and values that its founders used to establish the company almost three hundred years ago and for that reason they will again partner with Negocios Now to recognize and applaud two multi-talented Latinos”, said the company.
The 40 Latino leaders will be nominated by the community via the negociosnow.com/40under40 website. The deadline for nominations is December 10, 2016.
Those selected will represent a group of 40 outstanding Latino Chicagoans under the age of 40. The honorees will represent business, government, nonprofits, politics, sports, and education amongst other areas.
“The turnout and the impact of the first edition has shown us that we are on the right road in recognizing this young Latino generation who are making a difference in our community, business, corporate or government, and many other areas,” said Nicado.
The Presentation and Celebration will be held in March of 2017.
“Chicago is home to a tremendous amount of Latino talent that deserves recognition. This younger generation has learned a lot from their parents and members of their community about hard work. Most of them were born here, are university graduates, lovers of technology and they are the guarantee of future Latino leadership in Chicago,” said Clemente Nicado, publisher of Negocios Now.
Nicado Publishing Company, owner of Negocios Now is currently looking for sponsorship. “We look forward to the enthusiasm and participation of young Latinos that have been part of our content since our launch in 2007,” Nicado said. In order to support our ambitious efforts contact us at spo[email protected] or phone Kelly Yelmene at 773-942-7410.
About Remy Martin:
Founded in 1724, The House of Rémy Martin is the world’s leading producer of Cognac Fine Champagne. Since they began, Remy has been producing premium spirits that consistently appeal to the world’s most discerning connoisseurs. Passion and a commitment to excellence has sustained the brand for nearly three centuries. As a result of its masterful production and generations of tradition in Cognac, the House of Rémy Martin today produces Fine Champagne Cognacs, including Rémy Martin® V.S.O.P, Rémy Martin 1738® Accord Royal and Rémy Martin® XO Excellence. For more information please visit remymartin.com
About Negocios Now
Negocios Now was founded in 2007 and is published by Nicado Publishing Company. The national award-winning publication is the Midwest’s most dynamic news source for growing Hispanic businesses, focusing primarily on business owners, entrepreneurs and economic development in the Latino community. Negocios Now has received more than 10 awards from the National Association of Hispanic Publications (NAHP). In May 2012, The Chicago Headline Club, a leading association of local professional journalists, awarded Negocios Now the Peter Lisagor Award for General Excellence, a first for a Hispanic newspaper in Chicago. Publisher Clemente Nicado, is the author of “Así lo hicieron”, a 2012 book featuring profiles of outstanding Hispanic business people in the Chicago area. In 2014 NPC launched the first Who’s Who in Hispanic Chicago special edition and Gala event with resounding support from community members and Chicago leaders. Nicado is currently one of the board members of the NAHP.