United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Javier Palomarez

Diverse Chamber Presidents Discuss Small Business Ownership, Credit Readiness

Diverse chamber presidents and Wells Fargo's head of government and community relations, Jon Campbell, recently sat down to discuss a $1.2 million investment to fund training opportunities for diverse-owned small business leaders across the nation.
John Kasich USHCC

John Kasich at US Hispanic Chamber of Commerce: Latinos Are 'Integral,' But America Needs to Lock Its Doors

From the U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce on late Tuesday morning, Republican presidential candidate John Kasich, current Ohio governor, spoke about why Latinos are “integral” in the U.S.
Javier Palomarez

US Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Reaffirms Differences with Donald Trump's Immigration Policy

Donald Trump has agreed to partake in a Q&A session with the U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, an advocacy group for approximately 3.2 million Latino-owned businesses, but the organization has staunchly disagreed with the Republican presidential candidate’s political stances.
Reince Preibus RNC CPAC

GOP Chairman at USHCC Summit: "Latino-Owned Businesses Are 'Backbone' to US Economy"

Republican National Committee (RNC) Chairman Reince Priebus identified the backbone of the U.S. economy has been supported by Latino-owned businesses.
Bob Menendez

Sen. Bob Menendez Addresses Lack of Latinos in U.S. Corporate, Executive Level Jobs

U.S. senators Wednesday addressed the importance of Latinos and the economy, recognizing the lack of opportunities the Latino community currently face in the business sector.
United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Javier Palomarez

The Mobile Future of Hispanic Business

From affordable education, quality health care and connections to family and community, mobile technologies are transforming modern life — and playing a central role in helping Hispanic entrepreneurs grow their businesses.

Google Diversity Report: US Hispanic Chamber of Commerce 'Commends' Google for First Steps Toward Greater Diversity in Its Workforce

Google's workforce is largely male and white. The aforementioned fact triggered mixed signals from diverse organizations, such as the United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce.
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