Are you a hispanic entrepreneur? If so, then you might be interested in joining the National Hispanic Entrepreneurs’ Organization. Their press release follows:

Juan Pablo Giometti, president and CEO of NHEO, Inc., has announced the launch of National Hispanic Entrepreneurs’ Organization, a nonprofit organization created to empower Hispanic entrepreneurs who are underrepresented in America. As the premier business organization serving Hispanic entrepreneurs, NHEO’s mission is to close the minority gap that Hispanics face in the business world and foster entrepreneurship among Hispanics through mentoring, networking and education. The organization acts as an information hub for new and existing Hispanic business owners and offers timely access to business and community resources at the local, regional and national level. NHEO also helps stimulate economic growth by providing high quality, prescreened information in the English and Spanish languages.

“I am excited that NHEO is up and ready for business,” said Giometti, president and CEO of the organization. “Our overall objective is to increase the chances of success of Hispanic entrepreneurs by providing them needed business wisdom, resulting in increased revenue as well as job growth within the country.”

The National Hispanic Entrepreneurs’ Organization (NHEO), headquartered in Charlotte, N.C., is the leading Hispanic nonprofit organization for entrepreneurs. Established in 2008, the organization was created to empower Hispanic entrepreneurs, who are underrepresented in America, through information, connections and support. For more information, please visit www.nheo.org or call (704) 909-794

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