Hispanicize 2014 to unveil major U.S. Latino Tech initiatives at ‘We Love Tech’ Miami Beach tech community event Feb. 13


Miami Beach Mayor Phil Levine, commissioners and other South Florida elected officials invited to attend

Hispanicize 2014, South Florida’s largest annual tech, media and social media conference, is hosting a special ‘We Love Tech’ event in South Beach, Feb. 13 to announce three major initiatives that further solidifies Greater Miami as an emerging tech hub for U.S. Latinos and Latin America.

The event will consist of a special unveiling and discussion regarding a unique national platform that Hispanicize is co-creating to empower U.S. Latinos in the national and global tech space. The event will take place from 7 to 10 p.m. at a South Beach venue that will be announced shortly.

To attend, rsvp here: http://bit.ly/1jYokeF

“Miami Beach is part of our region’s tech fabric so we feel its symbolically vital that the city’s leaders and all Greater Miami elected officials participate in this program,” said Manny Ruiz, founder of the Hispanicize event and chairman of the social media platforms that include the Latina Mom Bloggers network, Being Latino, Hispanicize Wire, the Hispanic PR Blog. “This is going to be a positive event that in addition to unveiling important news about Latinos in tech will foster good communications between tech entrepreneurs, investors and Greater Miami public officials.”

Invitations to attend the event are being sent to a number of Greater Miami elected officials including Miami Beach Mayor Phil Levine and the entire Miami Beach commission.