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More than 400 people attended the Su Socio de Negocios seminar, where the successful entrepreneur, Carlos Marquez, discussed what Latino entrepreneurs need to start a business.

The presence of Carlos Marquez was enough to gather a good crowd for the event organized by Su Socio de Negocios. More than 400 people attended the seminar at the Hotel Radisson in Ontario, California. There, the host of the radio program “Adelante con Carlos” and author of “Ponte las pilas” educated Hispanic small business owners on how to start a business empire.


Prior to Mr. Marquez’s presentation, attendees had the opportunity to hear one of the event’s sponsors give a very interesting presentation about how to avoid credit card fraud. “We see many business owners here at the event, which is very good, but the most import thing is that they are asking us how they can protect their business,” said Oscar Garcia, Founder and President of Velcro Pay. They also had the opportunity to visit the booths of other sponsors to gather information regarding products and services to help their businesses succeed as well as expand their networks by interacting with other entrepreneurs and business owners.


Then it was the turn of Carlos Márquez, who captured the attention of people as soon as he walked on the stage. “This is the best time to take off. Latinos are now the latest trend. Everyone wants their money but no one knows how to reach this market,” said the speaker, who then went on to share several valuable tips on what it takes to succeed in business, such as the three keys to create an empire. “First, you have to patent, register or create a brand. Second, you must create a product line. Start by selling it to other companies or manufacturers. And third, you have to understand the system,” he explained.

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Keeping his audience captivated, no one moved until Marquez finished his speech as people were very pleased with his presentation and waited patiently after for the speaker to sign their books. “The presentation of Carlos Marquez was excellent. He is very knowledgeable and explains things in a clear and fun way. I learned many things that I can use to start a catalog sales business. I congratulate Su Socio de Negocios for bringing these events in Spanish to our community,” said Lucía Estrada, who came from Fontana. The event certainly had great success among Latino entrepreneurs.

Don’t miss the next Su Socio de Negocios Expo held on Wednesday, June 17 in Orange County. For more information visit: