El Nuevo Herald: La Expansión, Un objetivo de la compañía Nital Trading

George Hernández ha estado relacionado con carniceros toda su vida, más de cinco décadas. Su atractivo por la carne comenzó cuando su padre lo cargaba, a los 3 años, en La Habana, Cuba, en 1964.

“Desde que tengo uso de razón mi padre estaba en el negocio de la carne, distribuyendo productos a nivel mayorista y en su propia carnicería”, dijo Hernández. “Cuando era niño, recuerdo verlo en su negocio en Cuba, y entonces nos mudamos a Nueva York y tuvo otra carnicería. Cuando crecí, siempre estaba allí ayudándolo. Observarlo fue lo que me picó interés. Quería ser como él”.

Carlos, el padre de Hernández, era propietario de Mutual Meat Market in Hunts Point en the South Bronx. Más tarde abrió un comercio mayorista de carne llamado Latin American Wholesale.

“Trabajar con mi padre en el Bronx me ayudó a ver el trabajo que uno invierte en un negocio pequeño”, agregó Hernández. “Hace falta agallas, determinación y cerebro, y creo que observar a mi padre me dio la confianza para lanzar mi propio negocio”. Read more

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Fast-growing meat supplier’s next step: expansion

George Hernandez has been around butchers all his life — over five decades. His penchant for poultry, pork and others meats began at his father’s knee when he was just 3 years old in Havana, Cuba, in 1964.

“For as long as I could remember, my dad had been in the meat business, distributing products wholesale and running his butcher shop,” Hernandez said. “As a young kid, I remember watching him run the business in Cuba, and then we moved to New York and he had another shop. When I got old enough, I was always there helping him out. Watching him is what really sparked my interest. I wanted to be like him.” Miami Herald Makeover Nital trading emineo media office

Hernandez’s father, Carlos, owned Mutual Meat Market in Hunts Point in the South Bronx. Later, he expanded and opened Latin American Wholesale.

“Working with my dad in the Bronx helped me see just how much work goes into running a small business,” Hernandez said. “It takes grit, determination and smarts, and I think by watching my dad, that’s where I got the confidence to start my own business.” Read more

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2016 SBA South Florida Small Business Awards

2016 SBA South Florida Small Business Awards

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The SBA South Florida District and two satellite offices are responsible for the delivery of SBA programs in the state.  The district serves entrepreneurs and small business owners in the following 24 counties:  Brevard, Broward, Charlotte, Collier, Desoto, Glades, Hardee, Hendry, Highlands, Hillsborough, Indian River, Lee, Manatee, Martin, Miami-Dade, Monroe, Okeechobee, Osceola, Palm Beach, Pasco, Pinellas, Polk, Saint Lucie, Sarasota

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