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Welcome to the Georgia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

Established in 1984, the GHCC’s primary focus is on business formation, business growth, and civic and leadership development and engagement. It serves entrepreneurs and business owners through consultations, workshops and seminars and partners with organizations such as the Small Business Development Center to bring quality programming to the Hispanic business community. With over 1,000 members, the GHCC is one of the largest Hispanic Chambers in the United States.

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Over 10 networking & workshop opportunities each month

Access to networking groups: Gwinnett, North Fulton, Cobb, Southside, Hall & Savannah

Procurement opportunities with local, county and state government officialsAccess to business accelerator program

Access to resources for business development

Proven track record for full-time GHCC representation from Jimmy McDonald and Jaime Rangel at Georgia State Capitol.

Accessibility to key legislators and political leaders impacting your business and local community.

Understanding of the political protocols and regulations created in legislative settings fosters knowledge, comfort, productivity to your business.

Leadership training through the Cultivating Hispanic Leadership Institute (CHLI) with the University of Georgia

Opportunities to represent the Chamber through the GHCC Ambassador Program

Access to Business Resource Group (BRGs)/Employee Resource Group (ERGs)

$25,000 Scholarship opportunity for Goizueta Business School Executive MBA

45% women-owned businesses

Referral source for women business certification & minority-owned small business certification

Access to Latina Leadership Series

Partnership with ACE Women’s Business Center

Access to resources for business development

Access to Hispanic Young Professionals and Entrepreneurs (HYPE) community & events

Exposure to community leaders

Visibility and contact with potential employers

Personal and professional growth through networking, programs and seminars


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