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Fantástico – The 4th Annual Hispanic Business Expo

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4th Annual Hispanic Business Expo (L to R) Hipatia Lopez, Inventor of the Empanada Fork and Carlos Medina, Chairman, Statewide Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of NJ. Credits: Hipatia Lopez
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4th Annual Hispanic Business Expo (L to R) Hipatia Lopez, Inventor of the Empanada Fork and Isaias Sam- Marketing Manager at Goya Foods. Credits: Hipatia Lopez
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4th Annual Hispanic Business Expo (L to R) Hipatia Lopez, Inventor of the Empanada Fork and Maria V. Luna, Latin Trends Magazine Editor. Credits: Hipatia Lopez
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EDISON, NJ – The 4th Annual Hispanic Business Expo was held Tuesday evening at the Pines Manor in Edison, NJ. Hosted by the Middlesex County Regional Chamber of Commerce, the expo allows for professionals to network with and learn about the rapidly expanding Hispanic market in Central Jersey.

“The Statewide Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of New Jersey is honored to have partnered with the Middlesex County Chamber as this partnership allows both organizations to better serve our members,” said Carlos A. Medina, Chairman, Statewide Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of NJ. “It is a classic example of 1+1 = 3. Last night we saw a synergy of great networking and diverse groups working together for the good of the New Jersey Business community.”

Notable Hispanic business leaders in attendance were Carlos Medina, Chairman of the Statewide Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, Isais Sam, Marketing Manager at Goya Foods and Maria Luna, Latin Trends Magazine Editor.

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“The Hispanic Annual Business Expo event has opened doors to possibilities beyond my expectations,” said Hapatia Lopez, Inventor of the Empanada Fork. “You meet great people who genuinely want to help others and makes me want to do the same.”

The Hispanic Business Expo allows for Hispanic professionals to network with the non-Hispanic market and learn about breaking out of the comfort zone.

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