New Spanish-language Websites Launch

*Humana Inc. has expanded its Spanish-language website, www.Humana.com en Español. The move is part of “Nuestra Salud Humana” – which translates into “our health” – and uses the Humana name to demonstrate the company’s commitment to better serving Hispanic consumers, the fastest growing minority group in the U.S., and partnering for their health and well-being.

Health-plan members, insurance agents and brokers, healthcare providers and employers who consider Spanish their primary language can now access the latest unsecured content on the Web site. These include Humana plans and products, health and wellness advice, company information, career opportunities, contracting resources for providers and product information for insurance agents.

* Principal  Financial Group has introduced a new "En Espanol" option on the website that gives Spanish-speaking audiences the opportunity to learn about the company in the language of their choice. The content focuses on:

-- introducing the company's products, history, and community involvement to the
    Spanish-speaking community    

-- providing financial education and calculators

-- encouraging visitors to work with a financial advisor

* NY1, the New York Metro area’s 24-hour news service has launched a Spanish-language website where Spanish-speakers can get access to news and information.


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