Minneapolis, MN (PRWEB) October 01, 2013
Call it the power of a good taco: its the driving force behind the founding back in 2011 of En-phone.com, the nations most complete Hispanic small business directory. Now with more than 7,000 member businesses in 36 states, En-phone.com is celebrating its dynamic growth and preparing for expansion.
During the winter holidays of 2011, I wanted to see if my favorite taco shop in Minneapolis was open, said Mario Lopez, founder of En-phone.com. I searched Google, Bing and Yahoo! but I couldnt find the basic information about this small shop. I instantly realized small businesses like my favorite taco shop that cater to Hispanics needed a directory so people can contact them. A few months later, En-phone.com was bornall because of the power of a taco!
Leading the nation in demographic growth every year, Hispanics in the United States make up 16.3% of the U.S. population, according to the 2010 Census, and represent more than $ 1 trillion in buying power. En-phone.com serves this rapidly growing community by providing a link between Hispanic-oriented businesses and people who prefer to speak Spanish when dealing with a lawyer, doctor, dentist, towing company, insurance agent or tax preparer.
Easy to use, En-phone.com provides a state-by-state listing of small businesses that cater to Spanish-speaking customers. Employing Spanish text and intuitive icons, the En-phone.com small business listings are further broken down by geographical location as well as type of service.
With a few clicks, En-phone.com users working on desktop computers, tablets or mobile phones can be connected to businesses in their city, businesses eager to serve them in Spanish. Each En-phone.com entry provides users a business address, hours of operation, phone number, product or service and much more.
In addition to professional services, the En-phone.com Hispanic business directory offers links to other essentials for the Hispanic community. En-phone.com includes listings from small businesses offering quincea