Hispanic Trending has the story of small businesses adapting to the change in population in Dubois County, Indiana.
Sociologists say it takes 25 years for a community to establish itself. The Hispanic community in Dubois County started growing in the late 1980s, as Farbest Foods began recruiting, according to Sister Karen Durliat, of the Guadalupe Center in Huntingburg.
Is your community facing a similar shift in Hispanic poulation? If you market nationally, then the answer is an emphatic YES.
While you are over at Hispanic Trending, read their story on “Demand High for Bilingual Workers“
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