2010 RISE Hispanic Entrepreneurs Series

1 03 2010

It’s back and this time, bigger y con mas ganas! Last year, we developed the first Hispanic Entrepreneurs Series and of course this year, along with the Multicultural Sessions, we have a strong series full of successful and innovative Latinos! Interested in developing effective marketing strategies? We got it. What about the changing face of philanthropy? Got that too. How about reaching the economic driving force of the fastest growing population in the U.S. – Latinas? Without a question! You better sign up fast. We have over 25 sessions to choose from, just in the Hispanic Series! Don’t get stuck on Latino time because RISE is only this week, March 1-5! Andale!

RISE 2010 Hispanic Entrepreneurs Series

Intimate. Relevant. Inclusive.

www.riseaustin.org

Can Political Engagement Help Your Business Succeed?

Ann del Llano, Southern Shift

Think Like a Banker

Piensa Como un Banquero

Anna Sanchez and Luisa Gavino Martinez, Wells Fargo

Best Bet: Why You Should Go All-In With Content Marketing

Ben Van Horn, Talk Back Media

Create and Hustle: How to make it as a grass roots promoter

Brandon Badillo, Bembe Entertainment

YouFM: Podcasting your Business and Yourself

Social Media en Español: cual es el punto?

Carlos Borberg, Pyrat Republik

Blogging For Cash And Prizes: How I left corporate America and got to work in my pajamas.

Cindy Casares, Guanabee Media

Las 5 Lecciones de como atacar el mercado hispano (Para organizaciones y empresas)

Elias Hermida, 1800Hispano

From Strangers to Community

How and Why be a Certified Woman Minority Owned Business (WMBE) and DBE

Elizabeth Quintanilla, EQ Consulting

How to launch a trans-national services business using social media and bi-lingual skills

Cómo lanzar un negocio trans-nacional usando los medios sociales y tus habilidades bilingues

Fernando Labastida, Latin IT Marketing

The Marketing Investment

La Inversión en Mercadotecnia

Frank Garza, Vamos Marketing

Como Iniciar Su Propia Empresa

Helena Escalante, All Things Mexico

People Over Process: An Approach to Small Business Hiring and Partnerships

Jason Villarreal, Villa Consulting Group

Stay lean, stay multifaceted, stay in business – An introduction to a freelancing, self employed and entrepreneurial mentality

Jay B Sauceda, Photographer

Social Media Jam: A Hands-On Experience

Jennifer Navarette, Social Media Consultant

Building a Solid Foundation – Liability Issues Facing All Small Business Owners & Entrepreneurs

Jerry Rios, Law Office of Jerry Rios, P.C.

Entrepreneurship for Baby Boomers

Juan Carlos Mercado, 360 Solutions

Social meets Media: How today’s collaborative technologies are shaping the future of media.

Juan Garcia, New Media Producer, The University of Texas

The Changing Face of Philanthropy

Leo Ramirez, MiniDonations

Building A Visible and Profitable Brand Online

Luis Sandoval Jr., Brand Evangelist/Speaker/Media

Essential tools to start a social enterprise. (a practical workshop)

Martin Montero, SOLVE L3C

Twitter? Who has time for Twitter?

Maura Thomas, Regain Your Time

Passion Test for Entrepreneurs

Why Vanilla is the best thing in the World

Monica Peraza, MexNet Alliance

Latinas Want More: How to Market to this Growing Segment & Why It Matters!

Rebecca Trevino, Dell

Stwittergy

Ricardo Guerrero, Stwittergy

How to promote your company through PR

Roberto Hernandez, LatinWorks

Design Your Value Proposition to Separate Yourself from Competitors

Roy Nieto, SureScore, Educational Consulting

Social Media Marketing Lessons Learned from Politics

Shaine Mata, Shaine Mata & Associates

Subliminal Branding: Make It Work for You. 7 Tips to Branding Success

Tina Balderrama Kubicek, B.S., M.Ed., Ph.D., Author, Speaker, Consultant





RISE Multicultural Entreprenuers Series

24 02 2010

Imagine yourself being surrounded by creative ideas, innovative people and the inspiration to work on something your passionate about! Yeah, that’s pretty much where I’ve been in the last two months. I’ve been engaging, reaching out, brainstorming and connecting with Austin’s most talented and creative people, and now you get to experience that with the RISE Multicultural Entrepreneurs Series. The series is part of the 2010 RISE Entrepreneurship Conference that takes place next week, March 1-5th. RISE is a conference for entrepreneurs by entrepreneurs; it is intimate, relevant and inclusive. And it really is inclusive! I’ not just saying that because I happen to work on the project, well, maybe I am. The Multicultural Series brings entrepreneurs from different communities including Latinos, African-Americans, Asians – South Asians y mas. We have 60+ session hosts kickin’ real world knowledge via social media, start-ups, marketing, philanthropy, politics, life lessons and culture. I’m so appreciative for having the opportunity to work with these amazing people.

Ready to engage in learning and building relationships? Sign up at www.riseaustin.org for sessions in the Multicultural Entrepreneurs Series.

2010 Multicultural Entrepreneurs Series session highlights

Can Political Engagement Help Your Business Succeed?

Ann del Llano, Southern Shift

Think Like a Banker

Piensa como un banquero

Anna Sanchez/Luisa Gavino Martinez, Wells Fargo

Best Bet: Why You Should Go All-In With Content Marketing

Ben Van Horn, Talk Back Media

Create and Hustle: How to make it as a grass roots promoter

Brandon Badillo, Bembe Entertainment

Media Incubator 2.0

Carl Settles, Texas Diversity Council

YouFM: Podcasting your Business and Yourself

Social Media en Español: cual es el punto?

Carlos Borberg, Pyrat Republik

You don’t know me but you should!

How to Use Public Relations Tools to Build and Manage Your Personal Brand

Christine Moline, Jane Doe Ink

Blogging for Cash and Prizes: How I left corporate America and got to work in my pajamas.

Cindy Casares, Guanabee Media

Don’t Quit Your Day Job: And Other Fairy Tales My Mother Told Me

Dr. Moe Anderson, TyMAC Books

Las 5 Lecciones de como atacar el mercado hispano (Para organizaciones y empresas)

Elias Hermida, 1800Hispano

What Makes Marketing go Viral

Elijah May, Encompass PR

From Strangers to Community

How and Why be a Certified Woman Minority Owned Business (WMBE) and DBE Elizabeth Quintanilla, EQ

How to launch a trans-national services business using social media and bi-lingual skills

Cómo lanzar un negocio trans-nacional usando los medios sociales y tus habilidades bilingues

Fernando Labastida, Latin IT Marketing

The Marketing Investment

La Inversión en Mercadotecnia

Frank Garza, Vamos Marketing

Eight Points

Gary Hoover, Herb Kelleher Center for Entrepreneurship/UT

Como Iniciar Su Propia Empresa

Helena Escalante, All Things Mexico

People Over Process: An Approach to Small Business Hiring and Partnerships

Jason Villarreal, Villa Consulting Group

Stay lean, stay multifaceted, stay in business – An introduction to a freelancing, self employed and entrepreneurial mentality

Jay B Sauceda, Photographer

Hacking Online Cultures with Offline Behaviors: How to Turn Negative Feedback into Cheerleaders

Jennie Y. Chen, MisoHungry, Keep Austin Dog Friendly, Austin Drive Clean

Social Media Jam: A Hands-On Experience

Jennifer Navarette, Social Media Consultant

Cultural Competence: Leading diverse teams and engaging clients across cultures

Jeremy Solomon, Jeremy Solomon & Associates

Building a Solid Foundation – Liability Issues Facing All Small Business Owners & Entrepreneurs

Jerry Rios, Law Office of Jerry Rios, P.C.

Marketing to the Federal Government

Joyce Scott, Superb Speakers and Trainers Bureau

Entrepreneurship for Baby Boomers

Juan Carlos Mercado, 360 Solutions

Social meets Media: How today’s collaborative technologies are shaping the future of media.

Juan Garcia, New Media Producer, The University of Texas

The Changing Face of Philanthropy

Leo Ramirez, MiniDonations

Cause Related Marketing: How to incorporate your community and nonprofit collaboration into your marketing strategy

Lisa Goddard, Capital Area Food Bank

Building a Visible and Profitable Brand Online

Luis Sandoval Jr., Brand Evangelist/Speaker/Media

The First 2 Years: From Ideas to a Funded, Viable Start-up

Manoj Saxena, IBM Global Business Services, Vice President and Global Solutions Leader

Essential tools to start a social enterprise. (a practical workshop)

Martin Montero, SOLVE L3C

Twitter? Who has time for Twitter?

Maura Thomas, Regain Your Time

Trick or Tweet – Taking the Scary Out of Using Social Media to Promote Your

Food Business

Michelle Cheng, Whitehurst, Harkness, Brees & Cheng, P.C.

Passion Test for Entrepreneurs

Why Vanilla is the best thing in the World

Monica Peraza, MexNet Alliance

Latinas Want More: How to Market to this Growing Segment & Why It Matters!

Rebecca Trevino, Dell

Stwittergy

Ricardo Guerrero, Stwittergy

Lights.Camera.Business

Rich Vasquez, David Neff, Aaron Bramley, Lights.Camera.Help

How to promote your company through PR

Roberto Hernandez, LatinWorks

Design Your Value Proposition to Separate Yourself from Competitors

Roy Nieto, SureScore, Educational Consulting

Social Media Marketing Lessons Learned from Politics

Shaine Mata, Shaine Mata & Associates

From Idea to Product in 60 minutes

Subramanian Rama, Intel Corp

Subliminal Branding: Make It Work for You. 7 Tips to Branding Success

Tina Balderrama Kubicek, B.S., M.Ed., Ph.D., Author, Speaker, Consultant





RISE Hispanic Sessions – Wednesday

3 03 2009

Don’t miss out on the last day of the RISE Hispanic Sessions.  We’ll be at the MACC all day.  Show up or register online at www.riseaustin.org.

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Thursday, March 4

10:00 – 11:30am Targeting and Motivating the Latino Community

10:00 – 11:30am Starting a Company without start-up money: How to grow a business organically?

10:00 – 11:30am “Social Business Tool Kit : A practical road map”

12:00 – 1:30pm Performance Lab Entrepreneurship Beyond Business

12:00 – 1:30pm Local to Global: Modern Media and Filmmaking

12:00 – 1:30pm Strategies for Bootstrapping a New Publication

2:00-3:30 Performance Lab Hispanic Philanthropy

2:00-3:30 Event Production/Music Festivals 101

2:00 – 3:30pm Engaging the Hispanic/Latino Community

4:00 – 5:30pm The Impact of Corporate Culture on Performance

4:00 – 5:30pm Auditorium UNDERSTANDING THE LATINO COMMUNITY

4:00 – 5:30pm “Spa for the Soul”-Entrepreneurial Survival Skills for 2009

Also, don’t forget to to RSVP for the RISE Hispanic/Latino Networking Happy Hour.  We’ll be at the Nomad from 5:00 – 8:00pm.

Thanks,

Mando









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