Ariel Coro presented his book "El Salto" in Chicago and spoke about the importance of Latinos embracing technology and staying up to date.
Chicago, IL – February 13, 2012 – Ariel Coro, the tech guru for Hispanics presented his book, El Salto, in the windy city and received a warm welcome during his three city tour.His first interview took place on Friday, February 10th in the Univision radio station Pasión 106.7 FM with host Aileen Ocaña where he spoke on the importance of Latinos embracing technology and provided sound advice for the audience on how to leverage technology to succeed. Coro discussed the most important trends that are facing Latinos and the dire consequences of being left behind in this fast-paced world. In her daily show from 3:00-7:00 PM on Pasión she shares top music, celebrity gossip and valuable tips with her listeners.On Saturday morning Coro also visited the well-known Radio Arte WRTE 90.5 FM where he shared the importance of staying current and up to date on technology and how parents need to stay on top of the latest mobile advances for the sake of their children. Radio Arte is a bilingual community station that focuses on topics relevant to young Latinos and is dedicated to promote the voices of our society, demonstrating tolerance and diversity.“It’s important for Latinos to wake up and start leveraging technology, nothing will drive us to success as the ability to keep up with the technologies that surround us," said Coro. Right after the interview, Coro held an educational talk at 2:00 pm in Girón Library located on 18th Street and Bishop Street where he shared with the audience valuable tips on how to use technology to find employment, promote their small business, protect their families, save money and much more. After the talk, Coro signed books for the audience whom warmly welcomed El Salto’s educational message.If you’d like to interview Coro in person, through Skype, telephone or live to tape, contact us here.