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Alliances/Partners

HACR Media Partners

HACR has formed media partnerships with some of the most influential Hispanic and mainstream publications that focus on diversity and Hispanic inclusion in Corporate America.

These media partners lead to a better understanding of the importance of having more Hispanics in boardrooms in Corporate America and C-Suites. They also provide HACR with a platform to showcase our program participants and highlight success stories that reinforce why Hispanic inclusion is good for shareholder value.

We encourage you to visit each of our media partners’ websites and see how each is working towards a more inclusive workforce by reading their featured stories and sharing with them your thoughts and ideas around Hispanic inclusion.


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CapitalWirePR understands that getting to know the right people or organizations in the Nation's Capital can be a very difficult and confusing task, even for cosmopolitan Washingtonians. When reaching into communities of diversity, it can be even more difficult. They came into existence to facilitate reach to community leaders of diversity, particularly in the Hispanic community. 

Since it's launch, more and more organizations have come to rely on CapitalWirePR to take their message to key leaders, not only in the Capital market, but to key media markets across the U.S.A. Their group of professionals, reach to Hispanic media outlets and partnerships with key regional and national institutions are propelling them forward as the way to communicate your messages to the Hispanic community across the country and in Latin America.

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The Hispanic Network Magazine Nuestros amigos y amigas! (HNM) is the quarterly go-to-resource for Latinos, Latinas, Hispanics, Native Americans and other minorities. While assisting you with your multi-cultural hiring and business-to-business (B2B) strategies, we give our readers access to all applicable education, business and career opportunities. HNM is an information source dedicated to bringing promising, talented individuals together with potential employers and customers throughout the Hispanic business network.

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DiversityInc is the leading source of information on diversity management. We are a consultancy and we publish two websites, as well as a magazine, published five times a year. We also produce diversity events, which average more than 600 attendees from 200 companies and have featured more than 20 CEOs of major corporations. The core of DiversityInc’s information gathering is The DiversityInc Top 50 Companies for Diversity competition. Now in its 14th year, almost 900 companies have participated. The data we receive in that competition gives us information on what defines top accomplishment and the correlated best practices necessary to achieve it.

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Hispanic Executive is the voice of the leaders representing America's new majority. The Hispanic population holds unmatched economic, political, and social power, and Hispanic Executive convenes businesses' most influential Latinos to shape the dialogue on this cultural force. Those featured in the magazine are ambassadors connecting Corporate America to Hispanic America and driving growth in the global marketplace. From the pages of Hispanic Executive emerges a forum where the brightest minds in the Americas unite.

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Impacto Latino is the oldest Spanish language weekly publication in New York and one of the oldest in the U.S. Our portfolio of platforms include: our print publication, Impacto Latino, www.impactolatino.com, Impacto Classifieds, and Latinojobs. Our website, impactolatino.com, is bilingual. Our motto is simple: Deliver straightforward, in-depth news with clear and concise information for the multigenerational Latino of today. We have been covering, engaging, and entertaining the Latino community for over 48 years and have been a catalyst for positive growth within the Latino community.

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LATINA Style magazine has become the most influential publication reaching the contemporary Hispanic woman. LATINA Style broke new ground in 1994 by launching the first national magazine dedicated to the needs and concerns of the Latina professional workingwoman, the Latina business owner, the college student, and Latina members of our armed services in the United States. With a national circulation of 150,000 and a readership of nearly 600,000, LATINA Style is unique in its ability to reach both the seasoned professional and the young Latina entering the workforce for the first time.

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LATINO magazine, the flagship publication of the Latino Publishing Group. Based in Austin, LATINO is the voice of the Latino community. Every issue features informative, in-depth articles about issues of interest to the Latino community. Features include profiles of Latino leaders in the fields of business, media, technology, government, and education. Contributors include top Hispanic journalists such a nationally syndicated columnist Ruben Navarrette, Jr., and political writer Patricia Guadalupe. The Editor is Alfredo Estrada, award-winning author and founder of HISPANIC. LATINO will be published quarterly in 2013 with a target audience of opinion leaders, influencers, stakeholders, educators, students, members of Hispanic organizations, and corporate executives.

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Latino Leaders magazine is the mission of brothers and founders, Raul and Jorge Ferraez, two Mexican businessman from Mexico. The mission of Latino Leaders magazine is a simple one and is the basis for the new tagline: Connecting Leaders. Inspiring the Future. Satisfying this claim is the goal of the national staff of Latino Leaders magazine. By promoting and publishing stories of Latino success, Latino Leaders magazine strives to showcase other stories than those often seen in the mainstream media, and at the same time, demonstrate the influence Latinos maintain in this country. For more than a decade, Latino Leaders magazine has featured the top Latinos in the United States, including politicians, sports stars, business owners, and other relevant and successful leaders.

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The National Association of Hispanic Publications (NAHP) serves to promote the interest of over 130 member publications and provides services to over 400 more Hispanic serving publications throughout the United States. Its membership and program participants are drawn from Hispanic print media owners, senior-level editorial and marketing staff, news agencies, and public relations firms. Those media include Hispanic newspapers, magazines, and newsletters published in the United States with combined circulation of more than 20 million. Founded in 1982, NAHP's mission is to promote Hispanic media in the United States, to provide incentives and opportunities for Hispanics in the media, to encourage companies to place advertisements in Hispanic publications, and to conduct research on the roleand development of Hispanic media in the United States. The NAHP'sadvertising and education operations are a one stop shop for delivering your message to America's Hispanic media consumer.

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PODER is written for a global audience of influential senior business and political decision-makers. Its in depth, cutting edge editorial coverage and exclusive insider access and information on the U.S. Hispanic market and Latin America have made it an influence in the social, economic, political, and cultural arenas. As of April 2012, the magazine's circulation topped 400,000 in the United States. PODER is about Latinos in power - influential, innovative, and collaborative leaders in the global effort to create prosperity, increase job opportunities, and achieve sustainable development in their own communities, across Latin America, and beyond.

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