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Providing support, education, readiness and advice for small, minority and Hispanic-owned businesses in response to the COVID-19 pandemic

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As the voice of the nation’s 4.7 million Hispanic-owned businesses that, combined, contribute over $800 billion to the American economy every year, the United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (USHCC) received a federal grant from the Minority Business Development Agency (MBDA) to provide eight COVID-19 Technical Assistance Centers to design and execute programs to support the small, Hispanic and minority business community through the economic fallout caused by COVID-19.

Our COVID-19 Technical Assistance Centers (TACs) hosted throughout the country in major cities with significant Hispanic and minority populations provide small businesses with free solutions around productivity, information on access to funding and grants, webinars and features by subject matter experts, and comprehensive resources and guidance in English and Spanish, to enable small- and minority business owners to adapt their models, execution and demand-generation processes to the new normal, and thrive.


TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE CENTERS (TACs)

The COVID-19 TACs are your partners to provide free critical bilingual support and resources for your familia, business and community.

Our TACs work with minority business owners to review the different options available to them for access to capital and alternative funding, health and safety guidelines from the CDC, training, guidance, best practices and tools from subject matter experts on digital transformation, managing remote teams, business opportunities, procurement, productivity and much more.

Connect with our network of Technical Assistance Centers to learn how our programs, events and initiatives can support your company, community and family through the pandemic

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United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (USHCC)

Washington, D.C. Metro Area
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Albuquerque Hispano Chamber of Commerce

Albuquerque, NM

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Greater Philadelphia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

Philadelphia, PA

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Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Louisiana

New Orleans, LA

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Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Palm Beach County

West Palm Beach, FL
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Illinois Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

Chicago, IL

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Latino Chamber of Commerce of Nevada

Las Vegas, NV

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Nashville Area Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

Nashville, TN

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ABOUT THE UNITED STATES HISPANIC CHAMBER OF COMMERCE (USHCC)

Since 1979, The United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (USHCC) has promoted the economic growth, development and interests of more than 4.7 million Hispanic-owned businesses that contribute over $800 billion dollars to the American economy every year. The Chamber has an ecosystem of over 250 local chambers throughout the United States, and together we advocate for and work with entrepreneurs to build sustainable, profitable Hispanic businesses and strengthen our place in the economy and global markets.

The USHCC CARES campaign provides bilingual content that educates, informs and advises the U.S. Hispanic community about support, news, policy, services and other information critical to build and sustain awareness about COVID-19 relief for Latino individuals, families and businesses.

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Porque tú eres importante

For over forty years, the United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce has been the leading voice for Hispanic business owners in America. From its inception, the mission of the United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, has been to foster economic growth that creates and sustains prosperity for the benefit of the American people.

We know that when policy makers in Washington prioritize the rise of America’s small and minority business communities, our country’s wider economic outlook improves.

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