Houston Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

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Small Business Development Ecosystem of Houston
Houston Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
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Institution Information
Name Houston Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
Project Guide to Small Business in Houston
Classification Networking Hub, Education Hub
Non-Profit Status Yes
Cost $$
Development Stage Start-Up
Minorities yes
Women no
Education yes
Certification no
Consulting no
Coworking no
Financing no
Meeting no
Mentoring no
Networking yes
Contact Phone Number (713) 644-7070
Website http://www.houstonhispanicchamber.com/
Contact E-Mail info@houstonhispanicchamber.com
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The Houston Hispanic Chamber of Commerce advocates for the economic and civic interests of the Hispanic business community. Through its network of partnerships, the HHCC creates business opportunities for its members and corporate partners. It organizes a range of programs like educational seminars, networking events, and business-centric educational panels. The HHCC also coordinates business opportunities and introduces its member to new sources of business and commerce. HHCC members include entrepreneurs, executives, small businesses, and Fortune 500 firms.


The Women’s Leadership Conference & Business Expo

The Women's Leadership Conference & Business Expo highlights the accomplishments of women in the Houston area and across the country with programming and panel sessions. More than 500 women, entrepreneurs, executives, and leaders attend the expo each year to gain business tools and knowledge.

Business Seminars

Seminars provide business owners and entrepreneurs with the tools needed to grow their businesses.


Members have access to the membership directory, certification agents, consulting services, the member database, discount pricing, and more. Membership costs $240 and above.