Liberty Power CEO Participates in the First Annual Hispanic Business Leaders Summit

David Hernandez, CEO, named panelist at Job Creators Network event

Jan 23, 2014, 14:16 ET from Liberty Power

FT. LAUDERDALE, Fla., Jan. 23, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Liberty Power, the nation's largest independent retail electric supplier, today announced David Hernandez, co-founder and CEO, will participate as a panel speaker at the Job Creators Network's inaugural Hispanic Business Leaders Summit on Friday, January 24 in Miami, Florida.


The Job Creators Network (JCN) focuses on six specific government policies – trade, healthcare, energy, public and private partnerships, entrepreneurships and employer to employee education (E2E) – and how these policies affect their business and employees.  JCN provides business owners with the necessary tools to discuss these topics with their staff in simple, easy-to-comprehend terms.

JCN plans on making the Summit an annual event; this year the event is solely focused on the effects of government policy on national Hispanic businesses. According to JCN, in 2014, Hispanic businesses are twice more likely to start a new business than any other demographics in the United States.

"Even with the economic downfall that began in 2008, Hispanic businesses have continued to experience a 30% increase in revenue," said Alfredo Ortiz, President of Job Creators Network. "Hispanic businesses have also steadily increased their employee counts during a time when many Americans were in search of employment. This Summit is a great platform to discuss how these businesses have found ways to thrive and prosper during an otherwise dismal period."

The Summit's itinerary includes a conference program, cocktail reception and a sit down dinner with Bernie Marcus, co-founder of Home Depot and JCN, and keynote speaker, Florida Governor, Rick Scott. Hernandez is one of four panelists participating in the invite-only Summit.

Miami, Florida was chosen as the location for JCN's first inaugural Hispanic Business Leaders Summit, in part because of the number of successful Hispanic-owned businesses based in south Florida. According to Hispanic Business, six of the top 10 largest Hispanic-owned businesses in the United States are located there. Liberty Power is one of these companies, ranked as the ninth largest overall. In addition, Liberty Power was named an honoree of Inc.'s Hire Power Award in 2013. This honor recognized the company as a top private business job creator.

About Liberty Power
Headquartered in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Liberty Power is the largest completely independent, privately-held retail electric supplier in the United States based on 2013 KEMA rankings of electric retailers. The company is also the first minority-owned supplier with a national footprint, and the largest Hispanic-owned energy company in the United States according to Hispanic Business. Liberty Power provides large and small businesses, government agencies and residential customers with low-cost electricity and exceptional customer service.

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