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Negocios Now announces its first-ever list of Latinos 40 Under 40 in New York

The celebration event will be held at Copacabana Times Square on November 12.

New York, NY- October 22, 2019—Negocios Now released today its first list of Latinos 40 Under 40 in New York, to recognize the leadership of young Latinos in the NY metropolitan area.

 The 40 recipients were selected after an over four-month nomination period. They represent areas of business, corporate, government, nonprofits, the fashion industry, and education, among other fields.

“We are very excited about having the first Latino 40 under 40 in the New York area. It was a huge challenge for the Negocios Now Team but this wouldn’t have been possible without our growing Negocios Now network throughout the country. We worked hard to make this a success,”  said Clemente Nicado, Publisher of Negocios Now.

Nicado expressed gratitude for the cooperation from members of the community that have participated in the nomination process such as, Hispanic Alliance for Career Enhancement (HACE), Association of Latinos Professionals For America of New York (ALPFA),  New York State Coalition of Hispanic Chambers of Commerce, Hispanic Federation and Univision New York.

Sponsored by Remy Martin, Latinos 40 Under 40 celebration and networking event will be held on Tuesday, November 12, from 6 to 9 pm. At Copacabana 268 West 47th Street, 8th Ave, New York, NY 10036.

For sponsorship opportunities contact Alejandra Cano at 40under40@negociosnow.com or call directly at 630-728-9627

The list of 2018 Latinos 40 Under 40 in New York is as follows:

1- Almaris Acin, Vice President at JPMorgan Chase

2- Gonzalo Adriazola, Global Strategy Consultant at Accenture

3- Carol Sofia Aguirre, NYC Department of Education

4- Alexander Almonte, COO ALPFA Vice President

5- Alejandro Alvarez, Senior Associate at Cushman & Wakefield

6- Fleriser Bello, CEO of Fleiser Bello, Inc.

7- Rafael Bello, Univision Anchor

8- Ana Bermudez, founder of TAGit

9- Sarai Buchanan-Arellano, Performing Pianist

10- Alicia Cepeda Maule, Digital Engagement Director at Innocence Project

11- Christina Colon- Angeles, Communication Manager SA Hospitality Group

12- Carlos Cuevas, Executive Vice President at SOMOS

13- Elizabeth Del Cid, Murphy McGonigle, Partner

14- Hope M. Field, Senior Manager, Latin Affairs, The Coca-Cola Company

15- Christina Field, Senior Fashion Designer, Pink Chicken New York

16- Anna Flores Locke, Mental Health Counseling at Nyack College

17- Vanessa Galvez, Civil Engineer at Jacobs Engineering Group

18- Melissa Velez-Goldberg, director of the Office of Film and Photography of the City of Yonkers

19- Jennifer Gomez, Co-Founder & CMO of oneKIN Inc,

20- Sandra Jimenez, Attorney Littler Mendelson LLP

21- Sadie Kurzban, CEO of ((305)) Fitness

22- Melinda Martinez, Director of the Liberty Partnerships at Marist College

23- Andrea Mesis-Bruno, Evergreen Mechanical, Vice President Client Relations

24- Natalie C. Moreno, Head new business Development for American Express

25- Danielle Noriega, Strategic Partnership Manager of Facebook

26- Amelia Ortega, Owner of  Amanecer Feminist Psychotherapy

27- Jessica Palacios, Vice President, US Head of Campus Recruiting

28- Lucy Pinto, Diversity Programs Design Manager, Google Inc.

29- John Posada, Founder of John Posada & Company

30- Christina Alicea-Rendon, Sr. Manager of Finance & Administration for United Airlines

31- John Rengifo, Director, and Producer

32- Clarisa Romero, CEO-Founder Mindful Consultant

33- Albania Rosario, Founder and Creative Director of Uptown Fashion Week

34- Gilmanda Sena Atkinson, IT and business strategist, author

35- Alejandra Silva, CEO and Founder of Brandmerk Inc.

36- Marianna Stayer, HIV Program Coordinator at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital

37- Camila Turrieta, JetBlue Airway Pilot

38- Ariana Valdes, Singer, actress, creator

39- Yalitza Vasquez, Executive Director for Trinity Education Group

40- Iván Watanabe, Managing Partner at Opus Private Client, LLC

About Negocios Now

Negocios Now is currently the most awarded Hispanic business publication in the US.
The publication reaches out to more than 250,000 print readers in Illinois and thousands across the country. We inform Latino businesses on good business strategies. We connect companies that offer B2B services through our networking events. Negocios Now has received more than 15 national awards from the National Association of Hispanic Publications, and a “Peter Lisagor Award” for General Excellence. Negocios Now’s founder Clemente Nicado was named “Latino Publisher of the Year-2018” in the US by the National Association of Hispanic Publications (NAHP).

Negocios Now announces its first-ever list of Latinos 40 Under 40 in New York

The celebration event will be held at Copacabana Times Square on November 12.

New York, NY- October 22, 2019—Negocios Now released today its first list of Latinos 40 Under 40 in New York, to recognize the leadership of young Latinos in the NY metropolitan area.

 The 40 recipients were selected after an over four-month nomination period. They represent areas of business, corporate, government, nonprofits, the fashion industry, and education, among other fields.

“We are very excited about having the first Latino 40 under 40 in the New York area. It was a huge challenge for the Negocios Now Team but this wouldn’t have been possible without our growing Negocios Now network throughout the country. We worked hard to make this a successful”,  said Clemente Nicado, Publisher of Negocios Now. 

Nicado expressed gratitude for the cooperation from members of the community that have participated in the nomination process such as, Hispanic Alliance for Career Enhancement (HACE), Association of Latinos Professionals For America of New York (ALPFA),  New York State Coalition of Hispanic Chambers of Commerce, Hispanic Federation and Univision New York.

Sponsored by Remy Martin, Latinos 40 Under 40 celebration and networking event will be held on Tuesday, November 12, from 6 to 9 pm. At Copacabana 268 West 47th Street, 8th Ave, New York, NY 10036.

For sponsorship opportunities contact Alejandra Cano at 40under40@negociosnow.com or call directly at 630-728-9627

The list of 2018 Latinos 40 Under 40 in New York is as follows:

1-Almaris Acin, Vice President at JPMorgan Chase

2- Gonzalo Adriazola, Global Strategy Consultant at Accenture

3-Carol Sofia Aguire, NYC Department of Education

4-Alexander Almonte, COO ALPFA Vice President

5- Alejandro Alvarez, Senior Associate at Cushman & Wakefield

6- Fleriser Bello, CEO of Fleiser Bello, Inc.

7- Rafael Bello, Univision Anchor

8-Ana Bermudez, founder of TAGit

9- Sarai Buchanan-Arellano, Performing Pianist

10- Alicia Cepeda Maule, Digital Engagement Director at Innocence Project

11- Christina Colon- Angeles, Communication Manager SA Hospitality Group 

12- Carlos Cuevas, Executive Vice President at SOMOS

13- Elizabeth Del Cid, Murphy McGonigle, Partner

14- Hope M. Field, Senior Manager, Latin Affairs, The Coca-Cola Company

15- Christina Field, Senior Fashion Designer, Pink Chicken New York

16- Anna Flores Locke, Mental Health Counseling at Nyack College.

17- Vanessa Galvez, Civil Engineer at Jacobs Engineering Group

18- Melissa Velez-Goldberg, director of the Office of Film and Photography for the city of Yonkers

19- Jennifer Gomez, Co-Founder & CMO of oneKIN Inc,

20- Sandra Jimenez, Attorney Littler Mendelson LLP

21- Sadie Kurzban, CEO of ((305)) Fitness

22- Melinda Martinez, Director of the Liberty Partnerships at Marist College

23- Andrea Mesis-Bruno, Vice President of Enobrac Plumbing

24- Natalie C. Moreno, Head new business Development for American Express

25- Danielle Noriega, Strategic Partnership Manager of Facebook

26- Amelia Ortega, Owner of  Amanecer Feminist Psychotherapy

27- Jessica Palacios, Vice President, US Head of Campus Recruiting

28- Lucy Pinto, Diversity Programs Design Manager, Google Inc.

29- John Posada, Founder of John Posada & Company

30- Christina Alicea-Rendon, Sr. Manager of Finance & Administration for United Airlines

31- John Rengifo, Director, and Producer

32- Clarisa Romero, CEO-Founder Mindful Consultant

33- Albania Rosario, Founder and Creative Director of Uptown Fashion Week

34- Gilmanda Sena Atkinson, IT and business strategist, author

35- Alejandra Silva, CEO and Founder of Brandmerk Inc.

36-  Marianna Stayer, HIV Program Coordinator at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital

37-  Camila Turrieta, JetBlue Airway Pilot

38- Ariana Valdes, Singer, actress, creator

39- Yalitza Vasquez, Executive Director for Trinity Education Group

40- Iván Watanabe, Managing Partner at Opus Private Client, LLC

About Negocios Now

Negocios Now is currently the most awarded Hispanic business publication in the US.
The publication reaches out to more than 250,000 print readers in Illinois and thousands across the country. We inform Latino businesses on good business strategies. We connect companies that offer B2B services through our networking events. Negocios Now has received more than 15 national awards from the National Association of Hispanic Publications, and a “Peter Lisagor Award” for General Excellence. Negocios Now’s founder Clemente Nicado was named “Latino Publisher of the Year-2018” in the US by the National Association of Hispanic Publications (NAHP).

40 under 40 New York Criteria

Eligibility Requirements & Rules

  • Candidates must be residents of the New York Metropolitan Area.
  • Candidates must be 39 years of age or less at nomination.

Outstanding: All candidates must have a record of outstanding performance in their fields.

Business and Corporate: Candidates must demonstrate success in entrepreneurship and leadership as high-level executives of their organizations.

Non-profit: Candidates must demonstrate leadership as an executive director or high-level executive in the organization.

Community leaders: Candidates must demonstrate their impact and influence in their community with a success story that inspires others.

Making a difference: Candidates must have made (or seek to make) a difference in their field of endeavor.

Process & Important Dates – 2019

  • September 1:   Deadline to submit a name for the nomination.
  • September 15: Selection Committee will gather to select 40 nominees.
  • September 30: Negocios Now will notify all nominees.
  • November 12:    Presentation and Networking event in New York City.

Requirements

  • All 40 nominees selected are expected to attend the celebratory event on November 12, 2019.
  • Nominees should provide accurate information to the Negocios Now team and answer any necessary questions.
  • Nominations should go through the Negocios Now website: negociosnow.com/ny40under40
  • High-resolution photo and full bios should be sent to 40under40@negociosnow.com

 

Contact

For questions about nominations or event details, please contact Alejandra Cano: acano@negociosnow.com

For advertising or sponsorship opportunities, please contact our sales team: 40under40@negociosnow.com

 

Cuentas claras…conservan el negocio

No basta con “echarle ganas” al negocio para salir adelante. También es vital llevar adecuadamente el manejo financiero de la empresa que, más allá de la supervivencia, le abra paso en el camino del crecimiento. Negocios Now les trae este Reportaje Especial que básicamente busca respuesta a esta interrogante ¿Por qué necesitamos un contador?

Por Esteban Montero New

La primera respuesta es básica: para no equivocarse y perder dinero y no pasarse innumerables horas cada semana creando informes financieros y administrando sus libros.

Los expertos de QuickBooks Resource Center dan otro argumento más convincente: evitar la frustración y la pérdida de tiempo. No sólo eso, enumeran otras razones por los que los propietarios de pequeñas empresas deben asociarse con un profesional de la contabilidad para hacer crecer su negocio.

Encontrar el contador adecuado le permite volver a centrarse en su negocio. Eso significa menos tiempo dedicado a equilibrar sus libros, ingresar datos y lidiar con las transacciones diarias, por lo que se le puede dedicar más tiempo al crecimiento de su negocio y convertirlo en una entidad  próspera y exitosa.

Un contador experimentado puede proporcionar el asesoramiento estratégico muy necesario y una idea sobre los pormenores de su pequeña empresa. Desde determinar la mejor estructura comercial hasta analizar su plan financiero. También le puede garantizar que esté gastando dinero donde sea necesario y que no se le facturará de manera errónea

Centrarse en el crecimiento

Un contador puede ayudarlo a determinar las áreas dentro de su negocio que están preparadas para el crecimiento mediante la revisión de sus patrones de flujo de efectivo. Él o ella también pueden optimizar su inventario, precios y cualquier financiamiento comercial que pueda necesitar.

Una gran parte del trabajo de un contador es mantenerse informado sobre todos los cambios de impuestos matizados y las regulaciones comerciales. Esta atención al detalle lo ayudará a obtener las deducciones y créditos fiscales que se merece. Desea a alguien que pueda ayudarlo a cumplir con todas las actualizaciones y leyes tributarias, así como a proporcionarle información financiera precisa.

Un contador podrá estimar con precisión sus impuestos trimestrales y ayudar a presentar los impuestos mensuales sobre la nómina en su nombre. Asimismo pueden asesorar sobre los mejores métodos para cumplir con las regulaciones del impuesto a las ventas en los mercados a los que le vende. El asesoramiento experto de un contador puede reducir su factura de impuestos y ahorrarle dinero en multas adicionales y tarifas por pagos insuficientes.

Hay todo tipo de hacer y no hacer cuando se busca un asesor comercial, pero una cosa que muchos empresarios tienen en común es que reconocen el valor de una autoridad con experiencia y conocimientos en la contabilidad de negocios.

Un contador de negocios es un activo para la planificación empresarial. Si no es una persona de números, un CPA bien informado puede ser su fuente de información sobre planificación y desarrollo de negocios. Es una nueva perspectiva, y una digna de consideración seria.

Un asesor con credenciales contables puede mejorar los sistemas operativos ineficaces que reducen los márgenes de la empresa. Incluso si muestra un crecimiento trimestral durante algunos años, es posible que se “asiente” al no reconocer los desperdicios en el diseño de los procedimientos de la empresa. Un experto en administración de dinero puede encontrar formas de reducir los gastos o aumentar las ventas de formas que nunca imaginó.

Su experto contador puede realizar evaluaciones financieras y económicas periódicas para determinar las líneas de tendencia y otros indicadores del crecimiento de la compañía. A lo largo  año su asesor contable puede identificar qué funciona y qué no, para mejorar el rendimiento del sistema y los resultados de la empresa.