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Latino business owners come together to network with a purpose

 

Local Hispanic business owners had the opportunity to get some helpful tips and tricks to get an extra step ahead of the competition. For business owners, every tip, every piece of critique, and every connection you make can be the difference in having success in the world of business.In South Magazine editor-in-chief and organiser, Ghisela Eljach, believes having opportunities to network plays a key role and knows that the Latino community in Greenville doesn’t have that chance. “As a Latino community, we don’t really have a networking event. We usually have celebrations, we usually have events, like parties and things of that nature because that is a part of our culture but never with something like networking,” Eljach said.So, she decided to host one herself.More than 15 business owners showed up Wednesday to “networking with purpose” or “networking con proposito”. “My people need the support, needs the information. I know that are hungry of knowing, and understand the procedures in the country and in the city. How to get access. How to get help in certain areas as business owners,” Eljach said .Business owners young and old had the chance to learn from each other how to properly market, create a business plan, and understand their finances.However, more importantly, know they are not alone. “It makes me very happy to see other business owners here trying to get help to better their business and try to get advice. I think it’s very important for the community,” co-owner of Tropical Grill, Shadid Montoto said. “My group’s mission is to really open up the conversation and help get more people into an appropriate plan and be an advocate for them and their health care throughout the year and not just be someone who sells them something they don’t know how to use ,” Brandi Hymel with Premier Benefits Partners saidEljach said she knows there is more work to be done but believes this is a great first step. “Greenville is a great city. It’s a great multicultural city. As a community, local, Latino, and African American, we can all blend together and enjoy one night of networking with purpose because after here you can use any of the resources and implement it’s into your business,” Eljach said. If you missed Wednesday’s networking session, those tips can be found on inouthmagazine.com.

Local Hispanic business owners had the opportunity to get some helpful tips and tricks to get an extra step ahead of the competition.

For business owners, every tip, every piece of critique, and every connection you make can be the difference in having success in the world of business.

In South Magazine editor-in-chief and organizer, Ghisela Eljach, believes having opportunities to network plays a key role and knows that the Latino community in Greenville doesn’t have that chance.

“As a Latino community, we don’t really have a networking event. We usually have celebrations, we usually have events, like parties and things of that nature because that is a part of our culture but never with something like networking,” Eljach said.

So, she decided to host one herself.

More than 15 business owners showed up Wednesday to “networking with purpose” or “networking con propositiono”.

“My people need the support, needs the information. I know that are hungry of knowing, and understand the procedures in the country and in the city. How to get access. How to get help in certain areas as business owners,” Eljach said .

Business owners young and old had the chance to learn from each other how to properly market, create a business plan, and understand their finances.

However, more importantly, know they are not alone.

“It makes me very happy to see other business owners here trying to get help to better their business and try to get advice. I think it’s very important for the community,” co-owner of Tropical Grill, Shadid Montoto said.

“My group’s mission is to really open up the conversation and help get more people into an appropriate plan and be an advocate for them and their health care throughout the year and not just be someone who sells them something they don’t know how to use ,” Brandi Hymel with Premier Benefits Partners said

Eljach said she knows there is more work to be done but believes this is a great first step.

“Greenville is a great city. It’s a great multicultural city. As a community, local, Latino, and African American, we can all blend together and enjoy one night of networking with purpose because after here you can use any of the resources and implement it’s into your business,” Eljach said.

If you missed Wednesday’s networking session, those tips can be found on inouthmagazine.com.

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