LBA Media-Partner Hispanic Lifestyle, originally established in 1995 as a magazine which published its last print issue in 2009, is now an independently-produced television program and website dedicated to promoting a positive image of the Hispanic community. Highlighted in its feature segments are the contributions of Latino community leaders, organizations and business owners, and achievements of influential Latinos in the fields of entertainment, sports, politics and education.
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For ticket information to Hispanic Lifestyle’s 2016 SoCal Business Expo & Conference, visit hispaniclifestyle.com or call . As a community, we should celebrate companies for their ability to survive and thrive during tough economic times. The businesses that made our 2016 listing range in size and collectively generate over a billion dollars in annual revenue while employing thousands throughout the United States, said Sandoval. Two businesses which have locations in Fontana are among the companies being honored by Hispanic Lifestyle in its Southern California 2016 “Survived and Thrived” business listing. Patty’s value for a diverse workforce has contributed to New American Funding’s popularity among Latinas and millennials, and has earned the company a reputation for providing an environment conducive to professional growth.
In celebration of National Women’s History Month this March, Hispanic Lifestyle will post the profile of one Latina each day, highlighting her business achievements and positive contributions to the community. Hispanic Lifestyle, which debuted in October 1997 and has a circulation of 15,000, mostly unpaid, promotes a positive image of Latinos, Sandoval said.
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Featured topics include health, education, finances, travel, fashion, culture and food, which include recipes and Hispanic traditions. Hispanic Lifestyle is pleased to recognize LaSalle Medical Associates as a business that not only survived the economic downturn but thrived, said Richard Sandoval, president of Hispanic Lifestyle.
The section will account for as many as 16 of the magazine’s 64 pages, a reflection of the heightened visibility and increased purchasing power of area Latinos, he said, adding that he plans to open a small Orange County office by the end of the year. Hispanic Lifestyle is broadcasted on PBS and independent television stations in California, and Houston, TX. With 160 programs produced and broadcasted to-date, Hispanic Lifestyle is now entering its seventh season.
/PRNewswire/ — Hispanic Lifestyle, an independently produced television program and magazine, whose mission is to promote positive images of the Latino community, has named Patty Arvielo a Latina of Influence in their 2016 list. Patty is President and co-founder of New American Funding, a national mortgage banker known for setting industry benchmarks in both lending operations and in developing services to accommodate minorities. Hispanic Lifestyle is pleased to announce that BizCon 2019 will take on June 12, 2019 at the Ontario Airport Hotel, Ontario California. This event attracts business owners, professionals and community leaders from throughout the United States. This conference is designed to share the insights and experiences of diverse business owners, professionals and community leaders that make Hispanic Lifestyle’s audience.
Annually Hispanic Lifestyle recognizes Latinas who have influence in the areas of Business, Education, Community Service and Entertainment. The all day conference and expo features presentations by Latino/Latinas Executives of Influence, a panel discussion on business matchmaking. The conference will be captured for distribution for Southern California PBS television stations and the Hispanic Network website.
Recently, the magazine produced a feature on the Top 75″ Latino-owned businesses in Orange, Riverside and San Bernardino counties. Hispanic Lifestyle Magazine is turning the spotlight on prominent Latino businesspeople, artists and professionals in Orange County.
Telemundo announces the launch of #NuestroOrgullo, a national campaign celebrating culture, traditions and contributions of Latinos in the United States during Hispanic Heritage Month (September 15-“October 15). The English-language, bimonthly publication, which targets young and middle-age Latinos, will add an Orange County section beginning with its June issue, said publisher Richard D. Sandoval, 36.