Tenemos hoy una de la muchas historias de logros, que tu encontraras en el evento Hispancicize. Este evento Hispanicize es una plataforma para darle impulso a proyectos creativos, nuevas tecnologías, campañas de mercadeo, películas, libros y otros productos que puedan ser de interés para los latinos en los Estados Unidos y Puerto Rico.
Comienza su podcast con un mes gratis.
Hispanicize ahora en su noveno año, (www.HispanicizeEvent.com) (# Hispz18) es el evento anual más grande para creadores de tendencias y creadores de noticias latinos de contenido digital, periodismo, marketing, entretenimiento y emprendimiento tecnológico.
Se espera que Hispanicize 2018 atraiga a más de 2,500 de los profesionales latinos más influyentes del país de las industrias de creación de contenido digital, periodismo, música, marketing, cine y negocios durante cuatro días.
Les invito a que escuches el podcast de hoy donde Arturo Nava entrevisto a Felix A. Montelara, Autor y creador de este blog Potencial Millonario. Arturo Nava Mediante sus preguntas investigative lograr a exponer una historia de verdadero logros de la vida empresarial de Felix A. Montelara.
Felix A. Montelara hable del Ahorro, Inversiones en propiedades y el trabajo del día a día y la importancia de emprender.
I’m speaking “The Best New Old Thing: How To Launch a Successful Podcast” at Hispanicize 2016.http://sched.co/6F7i @hispanicize #hispz16
In this session you will learn:
● How to launch a podcast
● Equipment and tools you will need
● Developing podcast show ideas
● Turning shows into content for your social platforms
● How to grow your audience
● Monetize your podcasts
● How to avoid costly and time consuming mistakes
Speaker, Author, and Transformational Business Strategist
Brandy Butler is a Speaker, Author, and Transformational Business Strategist. As a sought after speaker at colleges, organizations, and national conferences, Brandy travels the country teaching business owners about creating influential brands by leveraging podcasting & content marketing. She is the author of “Girl Just Quit” and “Podcasting for Brown Girls”. Brandy is passionate about helping female… Read More →
Rafael “Ray” Collazo is the founder of the Rays Podcast Network: the nation’s first online talk radio on-demand network dedicated to the Latino market. Network includes Rays Latino Talk, Latino Sports Talk and Latinos Talk Politics Podcasts. As host of Rays Latino Talk Podcast, Collazo has released over 200 episodes with interviews featuring the nation’s most influential and inspiring figures such as Rene… Read More →
Arturo Nava is the author of the #1 Amazon bestselling book “Logra Tu Dream: How 50 Successful Latinos & Latinas Turned Their Dreams Into Reality” and founder of Logra Tu Dream a top Latino podcast in a mission to help Latinos & Latinas achieve their dreams. Arturo is also an accomplished brand builder having helped top brands succeed in the Latino and mainstream market for the last 14 years at… Read More →
Marcie Quintana is the founder of Hispano Entrepreneur a top bilingual Latino podcast where Latino|Hispanic entrepreneurs share their entrepreneurial journey. Marcie is also a Certified Professional Coach (CPC) and Energy Leadership Index Master Practitioner (ELI-MP) at Marcie Quintana-Your Online Coach where she is on a mission to democratize the coaching industry by making it available to everyone. Marcie worked in the corporate finance… Read More →
Por este medio queremos felicitar un gran amigo de Potencial Millonario Media, Manny Ruiz por ser inducido al salón de la fama de Miami Dade College . Manny Ruiz mediante Hispanicize ha sido instrumental en el crecimiento de Potencial Millonario Media.
Gracias y Muchas felicidades
Felix A. Montelara, Autor y creador de Potencial Millonario
“Without Miami Dade, I wouldn’t have been able to go to college because back then I couldn’t afford it and I was an academic failure in high school who only excelled in journalism”
Hispanicize Founder Manny Ruiz inducted into Miami Dade College Alumni Hall of Fame
MIAMI, FL – April 24, 2015 – Hispanicize founder Manny Ruiz was recently inducted into the Miami Dade College Alumni Hall of Fame.
A serial media entrepreneur and award winning marketing professional, journalist and photographer, Ruiz was recognized for his achievements in the field of marketing and advertising. He graduated 23 years ago with an associates in arts degree from Miami Dade College, the largest and most diverse college/university in the nation. The college specifically cited Ruiz’s achievement in creating the annual Hispanicize event, one of the most prestigious gatherings of U.S. Latino influencers in the nation.
“I’m extremely honored to be in the company of many great alumni who got their first big chance at higher education at Miami Dade,” said Ruiz, who was the former co-editor-in-chief of the Metropolis, the nationally recognized college newspaper. “Without Miami Dade, I wouldn’t have been able to go to college because back then I couldn’t afford it and I was an academic failure in high school who only excelled in journalism.”
Ruiz was inducted into the college’s alumni hall of fame at a beautiful gala April 9th alongside 26 other alumni that included doctors, engineers, best-selling authors and more.
Miami Dade College President Dr. Eduardo Padrón personally handed Ruiz his award, something that had a particularly symbolic importance to him.
“It was especially fitting that Dr. Padrón awarded me because our newspaper staff deeply appreciated his commitment to a free press and to funding our newspaper – even when we were critical of school administrators,” said Ruiz. “For many of us who have gone on to become editors and Pulitzer Prize-winning journalists, Dr. Padrón is a champion mentor.”
Career Achievements and Past honors
An accomplished media entrepreneur and award-winning communications industry leader, Ruiz has more than 20 years in Hispanic media, marketing, social media and marketing.
In addition to serving as the founder and creative director of the annual event Manny is chairman of the Hispanicize brand of platforms that also include DiMe Media (formerly Latina Mom Bloggers), Hispanicize Wire and the Hispanic PR Blog. In addition, Manny is a large shareholder of the Being Latino platform and publishes his own personal blog PapiBlogger.
A former Miami Herald journalist and Hispanic Public Relations Association (HPRA) PR Professional of the Year, Manny was a part of the Herald team that won a Pulitzer Prize for its coverage of Hurricane Andrew. He is frequently featured in national media outlets to discuss business, entertainment and marketing trends, along with parenting from a father’s perspective. Manny has been featured in a host of shows, national media and trade media outlets including CNN en Español, Despierta America, USA Today, NPR, The Miami Herald, and more. He also frequently serves as a national Spanish-language spokesperson for brands include State Farm and Best Western.
Prior to founding the Hispanicize-related platforms, Manny was President of Multicultural Markets and Hispanic PR Wire for PR Newswire. Prior to PR Newswire’s acquisition of Hispanic PR Wire, Hispanic Digital Network and LatinClips in 2008, companies he founded, Ruiz was Chairman and CEO of HispaniMark, the parent company of these three businesses.
Ruiz, who has been named one of the 100 most influential Hispanics in the U.S. by Latino Leaders Magazine and in 2014 was awarded the Key to the City of Miami by Mayor Tomás Regalado for making Miami a magnet for Latino trendsetters and newsmakers. He also received the 2014 Miami Magnet Award by the Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau (GMCVB) for positively impacting Greater Miami and the beaches.
Prior to founding his various media companies Manny was a professional photographer whose documentary work about Cuba won numerous awards. His photography work has also been exhibited in various South Florida arts institutions including Horstt, Florida International University and Books and Books. Several of Ruiz’s photographs are part of the permanent collection of the Cuban Heritage Collection of the University of Miami.