Tuesday, December 11, 2018

USHCC Backs Julian Castro for vice president

In an unprecedented early show of support by a leading business organization, the United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (USHCC) this week endorsed current Housing and Urban Development Secretary, Julian Castro, for vice president at an event in the Obama cabinet official’s home town of San Antonio, Texas. “We are happily endorsing him for the […]

Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Reaffirms Differences with Trump Policies

After what was described as a genial, productive private sit-down with United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (USHCC) President and CEO Javier Palomarez, Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump agreed to a Q&A session with the Chamber on October 8, a conversation the USHCC has hosted with a handful of other candidates. The Monday meeting between […]

Guest Blogger: Nydia Gutierrez “Hispanic Entrepreneurs Embrace the Mobile Future”

Growing up in a small town in south Texas, our tenacious and resourceful Hispanic business community represented a path toward opportunity and hope for the future. An entrepreneurial spirit flowed through the community as folks opened small businesses–catering, photography, construction–to help make ends meet. Business owners would harness every available resource to maximize their venture’s […]

Guest Blogger: Javier Palomarez “Usar Energía Verde es una Victoria para Empresas Latinas”

Un estudio de 2011 titulado Informe de Negocios Hispanos, proyectó que las empresas de propiedad latina experimentarían un crecimiento del 28 % en California y un crecimiento del 17 % en el condado de Los Ángeles entre 2007 y 2012 Mucho se ha especulado sobre el impacto del crecimiento del 43% de la población hispana […]