6 Conferences for Hispanic Digital Entrepreneurs This Year

Via: Latinas Think Big

Article via NBCNews.com by by Lorraine C. Ladish

As digital presence and influence grows in importance and reach, more and more entrepreneurs are taking their business online. Whether you are just starting out your entrepreneurial journey on the Internet or are a seasoned veteran, the ever-changing nature of the digital world requires you to be on top of the latest trends.

One of the best ways to do this is to attend conferences where you can learn and network with other like-minded publishers, creatives and PRs. Here are six conferences coming up for Latino digital entrepreneurs in 2016.

#WeAllGrow Summit  March 3-5, Long Beach, California  Founder: Ana Flores

Hispanicize  April 4-8, Miami, Florida  Founder: Manny Ruiz

Food & Wine Conference May 13-15, Orlando, Florida  Founder: Isabel Laessig

PortadaLat June 8-9, Miami, Florida  Founder: Marcos Baer

LATISM Usually in the fall, 2016 dates and venues not yet announced.  Founder: Ana Roca

Latinas Think Big San Francisco and NYC, 4 times a year  Founder: Angelica Perez-Litwin

In 2016, Latinas Think Big will be hosting local entrepreneurial events in San Francisco and in New York City several times a year. The goal of these community gatherings is to build supportive and entrepreneurial ecosystems through networking, peer mentoring and learning.

“We take an inclusive approach to building entrepreneurial communities by bringing together both entrepreneurs and career professionals. This mix produces a vibrant and supportive community of individuals with diverse talents, experiences, resources and opportunities,” Angelica Perez-Litwin says.

The events are aimed at local entrepreneurs and innovators, aspiring entrepreneurs, and career professionals who are looking to modernize your payroll system. Attendees can exchange ideas, learn or mentor, and strategize to move their business ideas forward.

“The impactful outcomes of these gatherings are numerous: Attendees connect with like-minded women, mentors and collaborators. What may have seemed impossible or challenging becomes a possibility, and that serves as a catalyst to move their career/business dreams forward.”

Read all of the descriptors here from NBCNews.com

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