Nelly Bustamante /
Special for The Globe News –
One of the most attractive locations for investment in South Florida is Hallandalle Beach, located southeast of Broward County. A city characterized by its thriving development and where Latinos are finding the right conditions to live and set up businesses.
The presence of Venezuelans, Cubans, Colombians, Argentines and Brazilians is very noticeable there. But equally Italian, Portuguese and Spanish live, who have chosen Hallandale to invest their capital.
Well-known businesses in South Florida have offices in Hallandale Beach, such as Moisés Bakery, run by Joaquim Bras, a Portuguese-Venezuelan with extensive experience in the business world from the unforgettable Venezuela, a country that opened its doors and provided the opportunity to put their professional skills into practice.
In "La Chispa de Venezuela", find the tasty arepas, empanadas, cachapas, cachitos, tequeños, hand cheese, bonus bread, natural juices, sweets and all kinds of bread, and you can not miss the rich coffee with the authentic flavor Venezuelan (115 E Hallandale Beach Boulevard, Hallandale Beach, FL 33009).
An ideal place to share with the cordiality of the Hispanic. At any time you feel identified with the welcoming atmosphere and the pleasant company of its staff.