PRLog - Feb. 13, 2013 - LOS ANGELES -- Los Angeles CA, February 13, 2013- By 2050, Hispanic females are forecasted to comprise nearly one quarter of U.S. women. Hispanic women will have an increasing impact on the growth of the U.S. economy with the expansion of entrepreneurial and small business ventures.
National Latina Business Women Association-LA
The National Latina Business Women Association-
Guest speakers and coaches will cover topics that include: Leadership, business plan development and marketing, social media and technology, finance and accounting systems, time management, business etiquette and navigating the certification process.
Over the last four years the BMA has transformed lives and enabled women to channel their passion into building successful, money making ventures in such areas as: construction, culinary arts, and janitorial and maintenance services.
The Business Management Academy will not only provide Latina entrepreneurs with the tools they need to be effective leaders but enable them to access resources to compete for multi-million dollar contracts as a certified minority/women owned businesses.
The 2013 NLBWA-LA Business Management Academy is made possible because of the generosity of our partners: The Gas Company, Northwestern Mutual, Southern California Edison and the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California. For more information on our programs visit our website http://www.nlbwa-
National Latina Business Women Association, Los Angeles Chapter (NLBWA-LA), a 501 (c) 3 non-profit, non-partisan organization was established in July 2003 to meet the needs of the growing ranks of Latina entrepreneurs, executives and professionals from the greater Los Angeles area. The mission of the NLBWA-LA is to encourage Latinas to develop their business and professional skills and to meet their career goals through education, business referrals and networking. Its vision is to create nationwide representation, visibility and business opportunities for Latinas in the business world and at the executive level.