Since 1996, HOY en Delaware Newspaper has been serving the Hispanic Community.
HOY en Delaware is a Hispanic newspaper in both Spanish and English aiming to be a bridge of understanding among all inhabitants throughout the First State.
The first issue of HOY en Delaware was printed in June 1996.
A monthly newspaper with 9,000 issues distributed all over the State covering the three counties: New Castle, Kent and Sussex. With more than 340 distribution points. HOY en Delaware is easy to find. It is available outside Delaware in Salisbury, Easton & Ocean City, MD.
We were First at bringing you a bilingual focused on the fastest growing segment of the population. The same phenomenon that is taking place across the USA is happening in Delaware, as thousands of newcomers are attracted to the healthy economy in search of employment opportunities and a place to call home.
It features events, education, finance, health issues and plenty of information.
As it grows steadily in popularity, both readers and advertisers are benefiting from its format. Numerous organizations use HOY en Delaware to relay helpful information to all the community, including that part of the population that is unable to read the other media. It prints around the 10-15th of every month.
We belong to the Delaware Press Association, the Mid-Atlantic Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, the National Association of Hispanic Publications and the Georgetown Chamber of Commerce.
On April 9, 2007, HOY en Delaware LLC Gained National Recognition, named among Delaware's Top 50
In recognition of the economic power of multicultural businesses, DiversityBusiness.com, the nations' leading multicultural internet site, recently named HOY en Delaware LLC as one of the 'Top 50 diversity-owned businesses in the state of Delaware (Div50).'
The Div50 was the 7th annual listing of the Delaware's top 50 diversity-owned businesses. The companies listed on the Div50 represent the state's top multicultural earners and challenge the long-held notion that a diversity-owned business is small or insignificant. Div50 members are sought after by major corporations wishing to increase spending with diversity owned companies.
The Impact of Diversity Business Affected by recent economic and demographic trends and changes, Fortune 1000 corporations throughout the country have recognized that buying products and services from diversity owned companies positively impacts their business.
Diversity-owned businesses contribute over $1.4 trillion in sales to the U.S. economy.
'Diversity businesses and consumers are a growing force in the U.S. economy, and a force to be reckoned with,' said Kenton Clarke, CEO of Computer Consulting Associates International, the company that built DiversityBusiness.com. This is a whole business segment that can carry its own, that provides jobs, products and services, and generates wealth for their communities.
These are the new leaders in American business.
Gloria Bohan, CEO of Omega World Travel in Fairfax, Virginia commented 'This group represents the entrepreneurial spirit that drives our economy and even more. It offers insights into a vastness of cultures and an exchange of ideas that are so valuable in helping me to understand how to reach the needs of today's consumers.'
The Div50 is a classification that represents the top 50 diversity-owned (Women, Blacks, Hispanics, Asians, Native Indian and other minority groups) businesses in Delaware, in sectors such as technology, manufacturing, food service and professional services. Large organizational buyers throughout the country that do business with multicultural and women-owned businesses use the list. The Div50 is produced annually by DiversityBusiness.com, the nation's leading multicultural B2B Internet portal that links large organizational buyers to multicultural product and service suppliers.
For the complete list of winning companies, please visit: www.diversitybusiness.com.