California Hispanic Chambers of Commerce

California Hispanic Chambers of Commerce

“Meeting the world’s energy needs will always require a diverse mix of energy sources – what some have called an ‘all of the above’ strategy. This means embracing many different forms of energy, and always looking for opportunities to scale cleaner energy faster.”


Julian Canete, California Hispanic Chambers of Commerce

Through its network of over 75 Hispanic chambers and business associations, the California Hispanic Chambers of Commerce (CHCC) represents the interests of over 815,000 Hispanic business owners in California. The CHCC is the premier and largest regional ethnic business organization in the nation that promotes the economic growth and development of Hispanic entrepreneurs and California’s emerging businesses. For 40 years, the CHCC has been working to bring the interests of California’s Hispanic-owned and small businesses to the forefront of the both California and national economic agendas.

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Mission

“Advocacy, Empowerment, Education for California’s Hispanic Businesses”

CHCC Goals and Purposes

To promote, support and encourage the advancement and development of Hispanic and minority owned businesses;

To provide an organizational forum for the exchange of ideas, information, technical assistance, procurement opportunities, and any other form of business opportunities that enhance the Hispanic and minority business communities;

To develop a program of advocacy in order to inform and educate elected and appointed officials, legislative bodies, agencies and public and private organizations about the concerns, needs, and opportunities which affect the Hispanic and minority business communities California;

To foster unity and communication between organizations, corporations, and individuals who support the goals and objectives of the CHCC.

For more information, visit the California Hispanic Chambers of Commerce website.

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