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The Hispanic Business Alliance of North Alabama has scheduled periodic events and meetings to interact and share expertise with business community leaders, exchange business ideas and create new opportunities to diversify their workforce, supplier base, and increase their involvement in the growth of the Hispanic business community.
At HIBANA we want to assure that our members do not feel they are on their own, especially when it comes to making important decisions. We can either provide professional advice or find and recommend a resource that can provide expert advice. Sometimes a HIBANA co-member can also help. Perhaps is that person that you met at a HIBANA networking event.
We believe in the process of facilitating learning. Knowledge, skills, values, beliefs and habits of a group of people are transferred to other people through discussion, teaching, storytelling, training or research. Any experience that has a transformative effect on the way one thinks, feels or acts, may be considered educational.
In general, compliance means conforming to a rule, policy, standard or law. Each state of the United States has its own laws, standards and regulations governing the commerce activities. Additionally, business owners and business professionals need to comply with federal laws, standards and regulations that may apply.
to advise the mayor and the City administration on Hispanic community affairs. On May 22 2014, the HLAC reorganized itself and adopted the concept of focus service areas or priorities. For each service area we formed a Task Force. The four task forces created were: Law Enforcement, Education, Civic Engagement and Economic Development. Each Task Force consisted of a leader and 2-3 volunteers. Mr Ramon Santiago was given the responsibility of leading the Economic Development Task Force. We formed a team and immediately started discussing our ideas, our vision, mission, organization format, work plan and our individual responsibilities. It was from these task force dynamics that we identified a compelling need in our Hispanic business community to have a one voice, one source, type of organization where to go to for solutions to their business needs. This is how the idea of forming a business association came out to be.
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Foster Perry, III
Maria Cristina Konsolas
This event was such a success where we had so much fun connecting with new and old friends! Thank you to Murphy Homes and Taziki’s Mediterranean Cafe for their generosity and support as our sponsors for the events. STAY TUNE FOR UPCOMING EVENTS!
Hello Everyone! We are proud to share the successful event we had in April at the first week opening of this wonderful restaurant, Lucia’s, located in Madison. We highly thank everyone who participated in this event and hope that everyone present was able to make new connection or stronger ones. We look forward to see[…]
Hi Dear HIBANA Friends! We would love to remind you about our next upcoming FREE event this upcoming Friday, July 28th! Don’t forget to RSVP, share this with your friends and colleagues! Our Speakers and Sponsors of the night will be: Mr. Timothy R. Handle from Wealthbridge: He will be giving a short talk about realistic[…]
Hola HIBANA Amigos!! Esperemos que todos esten de maravilla!! Les queremos informar que Redstone Federal Credit Union va a ofrecer un “Lunch and Learn” en Julio llamado: “Crédito Empresarial” Miércoles, Julio 12, 2017 11:30am – 1:00pm (Almuerzo empieza a las 11:30am) Durante este taller, Raul Piers le ayudara a entender cómo funciona el crédito para[…]
Google Fiber was a total Success!!! Thank you so much to everyone who came out to support this event and learn about High-speed Internet. And a BIG THANK YOU to Rocket Hatch and Huntsville West for making this possible! We look forward to the next part of this workshop. Stay tuned for our upcoming events!!