¿Qué es Fuerza Local?
Fuerza Local es una organización sin fines de lucro que trabaja para fortalecer las comunidades y las economías locales a través del soporte, mantenimiento, y celebración de negocios locales en todo el estado de Arizona.
Educamos a los ciudadanos, las partes interesadas, líderes empresariales, y a los legisladores acerca de los importantes beneficios ambientales, económicos y culturales con tener fuertes economías locales. Construimos comunidades vibrantes que hacen que sus residentes se sientan orgullosos de llamarle hogar.
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Eventos y Noticia
Celebramos a la novena generación del Acelerador de Negocios de Fuerza Local. Vengan y conozcan a los nuevos empresarios de Fuerza Local y sus negocios. ¡Los alumnos han dedicado 6 meses de entrenamiento para sus negocios en el programa Acelerador de Negocios de Fuerza Local, aprendiendo sobre financias, mercadotécnica, como manejar su negocio, y mucho más!
¿Gusta saber mas acerca de la historia de Fuerza Local y que asemos exactamente? ¡No se pierda nuestro primer webinario del año!
¿Gusta saber como construir un sitio web y acer lo AQUI MISMO? ¡No se pierda nuestro primer seminario del año!
Del Sol Furniture is leading the way in giving back to the community and other causes. As one of the first members of Fuerza Local, they have contributed to the thriving community of Hispanic-owned businesses by hosting mixers, offering expert advice, and leading by example in the community and humanitarian efforts.
As the year comes to an end, it's important to make sure you have considered all the steps that can help strengthen your finances. Here are a few ideas to make the most out of 2017 and beyond.
You may not know it, but Arizona has been a leader in managing water for decades. In this blogpost you will learn some easy steps to engage in water conservation for your business or household.
With the expansion of the Phoenix light rail making its way towards South Phoenix, Fuerza Local along with LISC and GoDaddy Communities have teamed up to support local businesses in the South Central Corridor. Four businesses in the central corridor you should know.
Establishing the right connections and building business relationships can often play a huge role in your business success. There is no better way to network and connect with people than to sign up and attend events aimed at building business relationships. Unfortunately, entrepreneurs sometimes get lost in the mix of attendees and they don’t meet the right person to help them elevate their idea. Fortunately, there’s an app for that!
"We wanted to turn the status quo on its head by creating an environment that supports many local businesses, not just ours."
It all started in Puerto Rico. Juan Alberto Ayala, a native of the island, and Alexis Carbajal, a first generation American met in Puerto Rico. Their mutual love and appreciation for food brought them together and ignited the flame of what would be their greatest accomplishment.
The lifelong dream of becoming a music teacher began with a keyboard and some space in his small apartment’s living room. With his wife Eriselda’s support, hope, talent, and makeshift business cards in hand, Beto began recruiting some of his first clients by standing outside of grocery stores and promoting his services.
With the growing popularity of the Mexican holiday, the Valley has a fun-filled weekend ahead. Check out our top five Cinco de Mayo events happening around the Valley May 5-7
There is no shortage of Mexican restaurants in Arizona, which means authenticity scores points, and authentic is exactly what Martha’s Kitchen serves up. Located in east Mesa, this new spot cooks up Sinaloa style grub that is affordable and sure to please your taste buds.
Fuerza Local Membership & Programs Manager