2021 Latino Business Awards
Minnesota’s premiere Latino event showcasing a wide array of successful Latinos in business that have earned
recognition for their hard work and contributions to the Minneapolis Latino community. The Latino Business Awards is a must-attend event for all corporate and small business professionals interested in reaching the fastest growing segment of the Twin Cities and greater Minnesota markets. Don’t miss it!
Tuesday, October 12th
Fogo de Chao Minneapolis
MINNEAPOLIS– The Latino Chamber of Commerce Minnesota will host its annual Latino Business Awards on
Tuesday, October 12th, from 5:30 pm to 9:00 pm at the Fogo de Chao Minneapolis.
“The mission of the Latino Chamber is to spur the economic growth of our Latino community and contribute to
the prosperity for all of Minnesota. The Latino Business Awards provides the Latino Chamber an opportunity to
recognize the great work and accomplishments of the Latino businesses in our state.” said John Pacheco,
President of the Latino Chamber Minnesota.
Join more than 150 of the state’s Latino entrepreneurs, procurement executives, community leaders, industry
leaders, and public officials as they connect to celebrate and recognize the hard work of their peers.
Winners are nominated by the public and entries are voted on by a panel of judges. The judging panel consists
of: Senator Patricia Torres-Rey (63), Dr. Bruce Corrie, VP at Concordia University, Iain Carlos, Diversity
Reporter at Minnesota Business Journal, John Pacheco President of the Latino Chamber and Fabio Tenorio
Executive Director of the Latino Chamber.
To view this year’s Latino Business Awards Nominees, visit the Chamber’s website.
“Latinos are starting businesses at a faster rate than the national average. The spending power of our
community is a huge contribution to local and national economies. The Latino Business Awards celebrates
and advances the spotlight for Latino owned businesses so they can seek larger opportunities.” said Fabio
Tenorio, Executive Director of the Latino Chamber Minnesota.
Large corporations such as Xcel Energy, US Bank, and Minnesota Power are partnering in the event along
with independently owned Latino grocery store, El Burrito Mercado, and The Hutton Law Firm. Partnering in
the event shows that these businesses are serious about supporting the Latino community in the Twin Cities.
To register for the event, click here. Hurry, spaces are limited!
For details on how to purchase tickets or tables at this event, please contact Anita Grace
FREE for members of the chamber.