Randy Cedeño joined the Hispanic Business Center in 2015 providing Spanish and English consulting to businesses ranging from pre-venture through maturity in a wide variety of industries including hospitality, technology, service and construction companies. He tailor designs and helps implement technical solutions customized to meet client’s needs, legal compliance, industry regulations, organizational policies, professional codes and reviews established business policies, procedures and recommends new ways to approach goal fulfillment.
During his time at HBC, Randy has developed and presented numerous training programs to entrepreneurs on business plans, marketing, financing, capability statements and strategic planning. In 2016 he completed the Certified Business Advisor program through the State of Ohio and the University of Toledo. Graduate level work that fine-tuned his ability to provide Human Resources, Accounting/Finance and Marketing counseling to entrepreneurs. A palpable need for bilingual construction business advising prompted HBC to take action and create the construction initiative. Randy’s bilingual and bicultural fluency, experience in the construction trades in tandem with his completion of the Turner School of Construction Management program have helped him lead the Initiative efforts. Son of community leaders, born and raised in Cleveland’s La Villa Hispana district, his commitment to his community is unwavering.
La Villa Hispana (“La Villa”) embodies the long-cultivated collective vision for a vibrant, authentic, and inclusive Latino cultural district in the heart of the Clark-Fulton neighborhood that will serve as both an anchor and a magnet.