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Marvin Amparo Santana

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Marvin Amparo Santana is a Dominican-American businessman. He is the founder of Postidal, The Continent Times, The Continent Post, and Continent Post en Español. A graduate of State University of New York at Farmingdale and RIT Business School, Mr. Amparo started his career working as a NYC employee for New York City Heath & Hospitals Corporation (HHC). As of 2021, HHC is the largest municipal healthcare system in the United States with $10.9 billion in annual revenue.

The Continent Times is an American digital newspaper and data analytics company established in 2017. The Continent Post and Continent Post en Español are independent news media subsidiaries of the Continent Times. While Continent Times mostly focuses on business, finance and Washington, DC. politics breaking news, the Continent Post digs more into third party-direct news broadcasts and headlines. In 2020, Amparo also founded Postidal, an American tech company that specializes in online retail shopping and self-check-out bodegas.

Additionally, since 2021, Amparo has, too, worked in the department of Traded Risk for HSBC Bank U.S.A. in New York. HSBC is Europe’s largest financial assets bank.

Amparo holds a Bachelor’s degree in Business Management and a Minor in Legal Studies from State University of New York at Farmingdale, class of 2015. He also holds a Master’s degree in Business Administration (M.B.A) from Rochester Institute of Technology‘s Business School, class of 2017.

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