Latinos in Business Succeeding Together host business expo March 31
NEWBURGH — The Latinos in Business Succeeding Together announced their second annual Latinos in Business Expo will be held on Sunday, March 31, from noon to 4 p.m., at the Newburgh Armory, Larkin Center, 321 South William St., Newburgh.
Due to positive response the group received from the community from the inaugural expo, the number of workshop, have doubled, employment center will be larger and a Zumbathon has been added. There are raffles and food sampling from both Mexican and Peruvian restaurants.
Proceeds from the Zumbathon will go to benefit the Newburgh Armory. This event is free and open to the public.
WorkshopsBusiness owners will have access to workshops on financing, maintaining motivation to grow your business and other important topics related to making your business a success.
Workshops have been added in Spanish, one of which includes secrets from a restaurateur on how to run a successful business.
Attendees have access to the employment center filled with local organizations that are looking for Latinos with talent.
High school and college students are invited to join us for a workshop on Politics 101 and what they need to know going into the “real world” on the importance of credit.
Exhibitors and sponsorsFeatured exhibitors include Latinos Unidos, Community Capital, La Voz, Walden Savings Bank, Sierra Insurance Agency, Ulster Savings Bank, Superior Mortgage Company, 1170, Dutchess Cleaning Service, Keller Williams, Women’s Enterprise Development Center, Peru Cuisine and many others.
Sponsors include Latinos Unidos, Ulster Savings Bank, Hudson Valley Press, LaVoz, 1170, RUPCO, El Jalapeno Charro, Peru Cuisine and Walden Savings Bank.
To become an exhibitor or to register to attend, contact Sandra Salguero at Superior Mortgage at (845) 797-3461 or by email at email@example.com.
EssentialsLatinos in Business Succeeding Together was formed in August 2014 to provide a business networking opportunity for the Latino community in the Hudson Valley. LBST was formed by Sandra Salguero of Superior Mortgage and Gisela Gomez of M &T Bank.
For further information on the Latinos in Business Succeeding Together, visit the Facebook page at http://facebook.com/groups/675840652525044.