ALPFA Creates Forum for Companies & Universities to Address Latino Market

New product pavilion open to all convention attendees, local professionals, and MBA students

ALPFA  is offering companies and universities a new forum to showcase products and innovation, including those inspired or developed with Latino consumers in mind, at its upcoming annual convention that will be held in Anaheim on Aug. 5-10, 2011.

The product pavilion, a new addition, will be open to all conference participants on Saturday, Aug. 7 at the Disneyland Resort. California professional residents can participate in the product pavilion and career fair at no charge by registering and uploading their resumé at ALPFA.org. This year, the career fair is expected to bring nearly 100 employers from around the nation.

Inside the pavilion, sponsors such as Walt Disney Company, Walmart, and GE, along with other companies and organizations such as the Hispanic Scholarship Fund will highlight products and services directed at serving the needs of Latino consumers or created by Latino talent. Opportunities to participate are still available.

Every year, ALPFA’s annual convention attracts thousands of Latino professionals during five days of workshops and networking for all Latino professionals, from students to the C-suite.

For more information about ALPFA, visit www.alpfa.org or contact: amber.martinez@national.alpfa.org for information on participating as an exhibitor.