Hispanic Enterprise


Hispanic Enterprise, also known as Hispanic Enterprise Magazine, was a bimonthly publication established in Los Angeles, California in 1982 and focused on the Hispanic business communities in the United States.


Hispanic Enterprise was founded by Peter Villegas in 1982 to provide a platform for Hispanic business owners and professionals to exchange ideas and share experiences. The magazine was headquartered in Los Angeles, California, and distributed throughout the United States.

During its publication, the magazine provided news related to Hispanic-owned businesses in the US as well as analysis of the Hispanic business community. It aimed to be a source of inspiration and success stories for emerging entrepreneurs, by featuring in-depth profiles of successful Hispanic business owners, executives, and professionals.


Hispanic Enterprise provided extensive coverage on a variety of topics that are relevant to the Hispanic business community including finance, entrepreneurship, marketing, politics, and management. The publication's articles, interviews, and profiles highlighted both challenges and opportunities faced by Hispanic professionals in the United States.

In addition to its print publication, Hispanic Enterprise maintained an active website which also included multimedia features and exclusive content for its readers.


Hispanic Enterprise was widely recognized as a significant player in the Hispanic business community and was awarded various accolades for its journalism and service to the community. In 2005, it was awarded the Best Magazine award from the National Hispanic Publications Association (NHPA).

According to the publication's website, Hispanic Enterprise published its last magazine issue in 2015 as it merged with sister publication, Hispanic Executive to form "Hispanic Executive" with the aim of providing more extensive coverage of Hispanic business communities in the United States.


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