Hispanic Business

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Hispanic Business
Categories Business magazine
Frequency 10 per year
First issue  1979 (1979-month)
Final issue April 2012
Company Hispanic Business Inc.
Country United States
Based in Santa Barbara, California
Language English
Website www.hispanicbusiness.com
ISSN 0199-0349

HispanicBusiness Inc. is a media company based in Goleta, California, in the United States of America.[1] The firm was founded by Jesús Chavarría in 1979, and publishes business and political news stories oriented toward Hispanic professionals and entrepreneurs.

The company switched to an exclusively online publishing platform in May 2012.

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HispanicBusiness operates a pair of websites, HispanicBusiness.com and HireDiversity.com, and a research division called HispanTelligence.

HispanicBusiness.com focuses on growth in the U.S. Hispanic market, economic trends, diversity and philanthropy, supply-chain development, best business practices and career development opportunities.

HireDiversity.com is an e-recruitment website, offering job seekers and corporate recruiters the ability to search for and post jobs and resumes.

HispanicBusiness' branded content includes the HispanicBusiness 500, the HispanicBusiness Influentials and the HispanicBusiness Fastest-Growing 100. The company also publishes directories of top Hispanic corporate officers and the country's best graduate programs for Hispanics.

HispanTelligence and its CEO Capital Markets Roundtable offer two awards, the Hispanic Business magazine EOY Awards and the Hispanic Business Woman of the Year (WOY) Awards.

The company's former flagship publication, HispanicBusiness magazine, had a circulation of about 265,000 and a projected readership of one million. The recipient of numerous awards, including the Maggie Award for Best Business/Finance Magazine, HispanicBusiness issued its last print edition in April 2012.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "[1]." Hispanic Business. Retrieved on July 20, 2012. "5385 Hollister Avenue, Ste. 204, Santa Barbara, CA 93111"