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Su Socio de Negocios Expo is Back in 2022 to Help Minority Businesses Scale in the New Era

By April 15, 2022Company News

After a two-year break, the free Su Socio de Negocios Expo will return this April 20, 2022, in Montebello, CA, at the Quiet Cannon from 5 pm to 9 pm. 

Since early 2006, Su Socio de Negocios, powered by El Clasificado, has hosted various successful expos to support and advocate for Spanish-speaking small business owners. During the expo, attendees will hear from successful entrepreneurs and their experiences on how to help their businesses grow in this new era. Attendees will also expand their network by interacting with over 30 vendors.

While serving the Hispanic market, it is important to note, that now more than ever the Latino community needs help to get back out, renovate, and reinvent their practices to scale their business. 

“Our focus has always been helping minority-owned businesses like ourselves, even before the pandemic.” commented El Clasificado CEO, Martha De la Torre “Now more than ever we know how eager our community is to obtain the right tools to promote the growth of each of their businesses, as well as the different companies that will accompany us as part of the event, which is now, sold out.” 

The Latino market has come a long way, although a large disconnection still exists that Su Socio de Negocios strives to fix. In fact, mid-pandemic, Forbes stated, “Latinos are among the most undercapitalized and under-resourced in the U.S.” Needless to say, becoming an entrepreneur has its set of challenges for our Latino community but with expos such as these, the brand aims to diminish these challenges at the upcoming event.  

The event and parking are completely free for attendees. As a courtesy, Su Socio de Negocios will also be serving appetizers guests to enjoy.  

Learn more about the expo with an expected attendance of over 300 people and register for free! 

About El

Founded in 1988 by Martha de la Torre and Joe Badame, El Clasificado is a multi-media company currently serving over 100,000 small businesses each week. Since day one this certified minority-owned business has encouraged local communities to thrive with marketplaces in print, online, and through social avenues targeting U.S. Latinos in Spanish and English.