rounded humble and personable, Bob Sanchez, the hardworking President and Owner of United Print Group, Inc. started small and slowly, but he built his business one form at a time. “Seed money was very small. I basically was opportunistic and developed credit relationships with my suppliers.” Back in 1980, when paper was still viable, Sanchez [...]
DOWNLOAD THE REPORT BASED ON THE PANEL HERE The problem of obesity is worse among Latinos than among non-Latino whites. Obesity is especially a concern for Latino children. The extra pounds affect the health of Latinos, who are almost twice as likely to have diabetes. They are becoming diabetic at younger ages than non-Hispanic whites. [...]
Manny Gonzalez has crisscrossed the U.S. studying consumer behavior and applying it to various marketing post he’s held. West Coast, Midwest and East Coast, Gonzalez has done it all, amassing an education equal to what he learned at Princeton and UCLA. Now at Moet Hennessy, Gonzalez makes use of it all, preparing for the ever-diversifying marketplace that has him chasing a wild rabbit.
Access to capital remains a large stumbling block for many Latinos looking to start their companies. Many Latinos, however, are showing that opportunities still exist, and they are showing Latinos where to look.
Guillermo Perales has experienced an explosion of growth in 2012. Part of it is being lucky, he says. The greater part is being ready. At nearly 400 stores and counting, Perales’ growth spurt isn’t stopping anytime soon.