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64 minutes | Oct 24, 2018
S2E4 Karlos Ramirez
Karlos Ramirez is the President & CEO of the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Metropolitan St. Louis. The Hispanic Chamber seeks to improve business opportunities for Hispanic firms and professionals thereby improving the economic development of the St. Louis Region. In his role, Karlos Ramirez is responsible for overseeing all aspects of the Hispanic Chamber’s operations; including donor cultivation, member relations, event management and solidifying partnerships with outside organizations. Under his leadership, the Hispanic Chamber has grown its membership by 196% and increased corporate sponsorship by 654%. Prior to joining the Hispanic Chamber, Ramirez was the Director of University Center and Conference Services at St. Mary’s University in San Antonio, Texas. Karlos serves on the St. Louis Economic Development Partnership Board, BJC Children’s Hospital Board, Deaconess Foundation, St. Louis Sports Commission, United Way, and the Contractor Loan Fund Executive Committee.
45 minutes | Oct 22, 2018
S2E3 Jomo Castro
Jomo Castro, Regional Director – External Affairs. Jomo is a change agent that demonstrates his leadership through action. His experience includes leading strategic initiatives for External Affairs, Global Project Management and the employee resource group, HACEMOS. Jomo is a corporate ambassador and lobbyist for AT&T, managing inquiries and community affairs initiatives. His experience includes leading a team, process improvements, program & project management, managing organizational data, metrics, executive reporting, and much more. Jomo is a St. Louis native, holds a Masters in Management Information Systems, is PMP certified and was once selected as one of St. Louis' “most intriguing people.”
59 minutes | Oct 22, 2018
S2E2 Angel Jimenez Ramirez
In this episode, we discuss taking chances event when you do not know where you might land. Angel is an entrepreneur, coach and speaker with a unique story about taking chances, trust your gut and service.
54 minutes | Oct 4, 2018
S2E1_Miguel Castro- Transitioning from Mexico to the U.S.
In this episode we speak with Miguel Castro, Director of Logistics for Anheuser-Bush. Miguel shares his progression from Modelo as a Sales Representative through their acquisition and Director of Exports in Mexico City and finally his move to St Louis, Mo. Miguel's story is not unheard of, but he gives us insight into the decisions that have made him successful in his career and personal life.
34 minutes | Apr 5, 2018
Collaboration among Business Owners
In this episode we discuss our experiences with collaboration among businesses. We share our tips for the best collaborative experiences and somethings to consider when looking to work with other businesses.
45 minutes | Mar 24, 2018
Investing & Your Impact on the Economy
In this episode we break it down for you. Know your impact on the US economy and how to think of money. Are you investing in your future?
43 minutes | Mar 15, 2018
Resources for Business Owners
In this episode, Gabriela gives us much needed advice on where business owners can find resources to help them grow their businesses. Free Online Resources; https://www.score.org/ https://www.sba.gov/managing-business/cybersecurity/top-tools-and-resources-small-business-owners
30 minutes | Mar 8, 2018
Overcoming Fear to Charge for Your Goods & Services
In this episode we discuss the all too dreaded part of doing business. How do we overcome the fear of asking to be paid for our time, goods and services? Junior, Gabriela and Hector discuss their personal experiences as consumers, business owners and business counselors.
48 minutes | Mar 1, 2018
What's Your Immigrant Story
In this episode we talk about our own immigrant stories. We discuss our expectations versus what we actually experienced when first arriving in our new home, here in the US. We hope that you guys enjoy listening to us as much as we enjoy recording these episodes for you, our listeners.
35 minutes | Feb 22, 2018
In this episode we discuss the topic of fear. No matter how brave we might think we are, there is always something that keeps us back from pursuing our passions, from creating a positive change in the world.
37 minutes | Feb 14, 2018
Right or Wrong, Perception Runs The Show
In this episode we discuss perceptions. We dive deep into personal challenges we've experienced with perception. Special thanks to Karlos Ramirez, CEO of the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Saint Louis. He tells us his opinion on perception, and how he wrestles with the idea.
35 minutes | Jan 31, 2018
In this episode we discuss accents in the workplace. Blessing or a curse?
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