Tuesday, April 17, 2018 from 12:00 PM to 1:30 PM EDT
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Virginia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce 
10700 Midlothian Turnpike
Suite 200
Richmond, VA 23235

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Brandon McFarlane 
Metro Richmond Exports Initiative 

MREI April 2018 Lunch + Learn: Exporting to Latin America

Please join us on April 17 for our Lunch + Learn: Exporting to Latin America. Attendees will learn how to expand their businesses into Mexico and Latin America using digital platforms. Attendees will also learn how the U.S. Hispanic market can provide an excellent testing ground for expansion into the Latin American market.

Our speaker, Joe Kutchera, is the founder and managing partner of Latino Link Advisors.

This event is cosponsored by the Virginia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, who will be hosting us at their office.

Boxed lunches will be provided.

Please feel free to forward this invite to any interested party.

We look forward to seeing you at the event!


Our Speaker:

Joe Kutchera is the founder and managing partner or Latino Link Advisors. He works with clients including the BBC, the United Dairymen of Idaho, the Virginia Department of Health, Flipboard, and the Valentine Museum on expanding into the U.S. Hispanic and Latin American markets with digital content marketing solutions.
Mr. Kutchera is the author of three books including Latino Link: Building Brands Online with Hispanic Communities and Content and E-X-I-T-O: Su estrategia de marketing digital en 5 pasos. He has been featured on ABC News, Advertising Age, BBC Mundo, CNN, Entrepreneur, The Financial Times, and Telemundo.
He has served as a columnist for HuffPost, Fox News latino, and MediaPost. He has a BA from Macalester College, an MBA from Fordham University and has served as a board member for the Interactive Advertising Bureau (IAB) Mexico as well as a member of the Hispanic Committee for the IAB in the U.S.

Our Host:

The Virginia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce was created in 2000 as a response to a growing need to support, connect, and serve the Hispanic Community. For over 17 years, the Chamber has provided opportunities for business and cultural engagement to strengthen the economic and social well-being of the Hispanic community in Virginia. By building strategic partnerships with state, regional, and local organizations and government entities, the VHC serves as a culturally-accesible and trusted central point for Latinos and Latino led-businesses with the intent to support economic business growth and provide outreach and resources.

The Chamber's vision for the future is to progressively enhance the state's business and economic environment by connecting the community with the vibrancy and richness of the latino culture; thereby making the Commonwealth of Virginia a great place to live and work for all. As they have grown, in 2018 they are proud to announce a more pronounced presence of their sister organization, The Virginia Hispanic Foundation, offering further ways that you can get involved through VHC and VHF in supporting service and reach in the State of Virginia.