Category: Hola! Arkansas CAREER & BUSINESS EXPO

4 Keys to building successful business relationships

Small business owners looking to cultivate those customer relationships should consider the following tips.

• Do whatever it takes to keep customers satisfied. While it might be one-sided, customers are more likely to share an unpleasant experience with a business than they are a positive one. Consumer surveys note that a person who has had a negative experience with a company will tell roughly 10 people. During a recession, consumers place a greater emphasis on getting their money’s worth, so hearing a friend speak negatively about a local business could have a very negative impact…

Bowen School of Law named a top five regional law school for Latinos

The Latina/o Student’s Guide to Law Schools named the University of Arkansas at Little Rock’s William H. Bowen School of Law a Top Five Regional Law School for Latina and Latino students in its inaugural 2015 edition.

The guide ranks the best law schools for students of Latin, Mexican, and Caribbean descents and considers schools’ Latina and Latino student population and tuition costs.

The guide will be available October 27 and will be published by Lawyers of Color Inc., established in 2008 to report important news to black legal professionals. The media and research company…

¡Hola! Arkansas Career & Business EXPO focuses on community

On Wednesday, October 15, ¡Hola! Arkansas Career & Business EXPO sponsors and exhibitors will offer free information while celebrating Arkansas’s Diverse Market Place and “National Hispanic Heritage Month.”

Admission and parking is free, and doors will open at 9:00 am. At 10:00 am Special guest, Edgardo del Villar Telemundo National weekend newscast Anchor, Noticiero Telemundo Fin de Semana, will join Governor Mike Beebe, Mexican Consul David Preciado and business and community leadership in an official Ribbon Cutting ceremony.
The EXPO will be held at Little Rock Metroplex on…

Hola! Arkansas Career & Business EXPO to celebrate ending of National Hispanic Heritage Month in Arkansas

The 7th Annual of the ¡Hola! Arkansas Career & Business EXPO truly represents the needs of the Arkansas Hispanic community in an DIVERSITY MARKETPLACE environment that includes all diverse cultures and backgrounds. This will not be like other career fairs and business expo, this is a true diversity event with results.

Hola! Arkansas Career & Business EXPO – 7th Annual

OCTOBER 15, 2014
9:00 am to 4:00pm

Location: Metroplex

The Hola! Arkansas Career & Business EXPO is the premier annual Hispanic business convention in Arkansas. This year we are celebrating the closing of the…

¡Hola! Arkansas Career & Business EXPO 2014 to bring top state recuiters and business opportunities

LITTLE ROCK, AR – On Wednesday, October 15, 2014 sponsors and exhibitors will be offering free information while celebrating “National Hispanic Heritage Month.”

The 7th Annual ¡Hola! Arkansas Career & Business EXPO will provide the most effective, solution-oriented service to clients, educators and agencies who want to meet face-to-face with job candidates, students and small business owners in the most cost-effective, progressive and dynamic manner.

This year’s annual event will continue bringing all communities together, said Maura Lozano-Yancy, president and CEO of ¡Hola!…

The City of North Little Rock proclaims Sept 16th as the ¡Hola! Arkansas Day

LITTLE ROCK, AR – At the Ribbon Cutting Ceremony of the Hola! Arkansas Career & Business EXPO, Maura Lozano Yancy accepted a very special City Proclamation.

North Little Rock Mayor, Pat Hays proclaimed September 16, 2008 as ¡Hola! Arkansas Diversity Market Place Expo Day in Honor of Hispanic Heritage Month.

“Today we honored diversity in our cities,” said the North Little Rock Mayor.

The Hola! Arkansas Career & Business EXPO will take place this year at teh Statehouse Convention Center, Governors Hall II, Little Rock. Over 50 exhibitors are expected.

Por additional…

Today’s THV & ¡Hola! Arkansas presented a $3,000 Hispanic Media Scholarships to UALR

LITTLE ROCK, AR — On Monday, September 15, 2008 the Hola! Arkansas Career & Business EXPO officially kicked-off the National Hispanic Heritage Month in Arkansas with a reception held at the Riverview Room at the Peabody Little Rock Hotel.

The Keynote Speaker was the Consul of Mexico, Andres Chao.

At the reception Maura Lozano-Yancy, president & group publisher of ¡Hola! Arkansas and Chuck Maulden, news director of Today’s THV presented to the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, Provost David Belcher the “Today’s THV- ¡Hola! Arkansas Scholarship” for $3,000.