TodoBebe founder Jeannette Kaplun launches bilingual online platform targeting Hispanic Women

TodoBebe Founder Jeannette Kaplun has been busy since she left TodoBebe. Kaplun just announced the launch of new bilingual platform for women called Hispana Global, in English (http://hispanaglobal.net) and Spanish (http://hispanaglobal.com).

Hispana Global enters an increasingly crowded sector of digital media properties targeting Hispanic women and mothers.

Hispana Global offers content for Hispanic moms and women in different life-stages. "Hispana Global is for women seeking advice and inspiration to look, feel and do their best," says Kaplun."As a working mom, I know women are not one-dimensional. We constantly juggle so many responsibilities and interests that I wanted to reflect that in my new bilingual platform, which is much more than a blog."

Hispana Global enters an increasingly crowded sector of digital media properties targeting Hispanic women and mothers. These properties include Mamiverse, MamasLatinas (backed by CafeMom) and Meredith's digital and print platforms Siempre Mujer and Ser Padres.

 


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