United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (USHCC)

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United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (USHCC)

The United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, or USHCC, promotes the growth and economic interests of the more than 4.37 million Latinx-owned businesses throughout the US, businesses that contribute more than $700 billion to the United States economy. The USHCC also serves as the umbrella organization for the nation's more than 200 local chapters.

Key Information About the United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce:

Year Founded

1979

Headquarters

Washington DC

Phone

(202) 842-1212

Address

1424 K Street NW, 401, Washington, D.C. 20005 US

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United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce FAQs:

How do I find my local Hispanic Chamber of Commerce?

The best way is just to do a search using '[your area] hispanic chamber of commerce". There are more than 200 Hispanic chambers throughout the United States, so you're likely to easily find one you can join.

What if there is no Hispanic Chamber of Commerce in my area?

Start your own! You can begin by submitting the information requested on the USHCC's "Become a Member" page. The United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce also provides a useful guide that covers the legal aspects of starting your own chamber.

Who is the current United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce President?

Ramiro Cavazos is the President & CEO of the USHCC. Prior to his appointment he spend 10 years as President & CEO of the San Antonio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce. Mr. Cavazos also served as the Director of Economic Development for the City of San Antonio, Director of Research and Economic Development for the UT Health Science Center, and the Texas, Mexico, and Latin America Global Public Affairs Manager for the Levi Strauss Company & Foundation.

What is the United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Foundation?

The USHCC Foundation provides programs and scholarships to promote upcoming generations of Latinx entrepreneurs and business owners. The Foundation's "At the Table" program offers an accelerator program for Latina-owned businesses and a speaker series that highlights Hispanic women in business.

The United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Foundation also provides grants to help local chambers, offers training to local chamber presidents and members, and hosts BizVenture, a Hispanic collegiate entrepreneur pitch competition.

When is the United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce convention?

The 2019 United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce National Convention will take place from September 29 to October 1 in Los Angeles, California.