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Hispanic Chamber of Commerce announces 2015 Board of Directors

The San Antonio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce is proud to announce their new slate of officers for its 2015 Board of Directors and welcomes 2015 Chair, Adolfo Aguilar, Jr. (Al), Co-Founder and CEO of Creative Civilization. Aguilar is an advertising and marketing leader at the forefront of our nation’s shifting economic and consumer landscape. His…

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New initiative to review SMWBE utilization by local public sector agencies

SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS – The San Antonio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (SAHCC) is embarking on an effort to evaluate public agencies for their support of, involvement with, and their execution of contracting practices with local, small, minority, and women-owned business enterprises (SMWBEs). “Our Chamber is committed to making every effort possible to increase contracting opportunities…

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Southwest Airlines & Hispanic Chamber travel to Mexico

Today we had the honor of joining one of our most valued partners Southwest Airlines on their Inaugural Flight to Mexico. This flight, San Antonio to Mexico City, marks a historic milestone as their first official international flight to Mexico under the Southwest brand. Members of the Chamber’s Board of Directors, led by 2015 Chairman…

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Hispanic Chamber commends City Council’s historic approval of water project for San Antonio’s future

Dear Members and Friends, Today’s historic unanimous vote by the San Antonio City Council in favor of the Abengoa Vista Ridge Water Project will provide our city with water to keep up with our region’s fast-growing residential and commercial needs for the next 30 years. The San Antonio Hispanic Chamber congratulates Berto Guerra, Chairman of…

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Hispanic Chamber leading trade mission to Spain

The San Antonio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (SAHCC) is conducting its annual Trade Mission to Spain, September 4-11, 2014, with a delegation from San Antonio to visit the cities of Málaga, Sevilla, Córdoba and Madrid.  Key economic development partners on the trade mission will be the Hispanic Chamber, Abengoa, the City of San Antonio, Bexar…

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The 5th Annual Women’s Awards Luncheon

Throughout our great city of San Antonio, there are women who are “unsung heroes” and quietly and notably make their mark on our world. Please join us at the San Antonio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce’s 5th Annual Women’s Awards Luncheon, “Making a Mark on the World” as we honor eight incredible women.  SHARE THIS POST

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Texas’ rejection of Medicaid Expansion leaves state’s families, economy vulnerable

SAN ANTONIO—Today, NCLR (National Council of La Raza) and the San Antonio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce held an afternoon press conference to announce the findings of the NCLR report, “Closing the Health Care Coverage Gap in Texas: A Latino Perspective.” The report details the negative impact of not expanding Medicaid in Texas, particularly its effects…

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Hispanic Chamber Hosts Small Business Administration Regulatory Fairness Forum

Today, our local small business leaders met at the Hispanic Chamber’s Pearl offices with the U.S. Small Business Administration to hold a Regulatory Fairness Forum. The event was held to facilitate a dialogue on federal regulatory issues impacting small businesses and to highlight the range of resources available to small business owners from the SBA…

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Hispanic Chamber receives prestigious 5-Star Accreditation designation by U.S. Chamber of Commerce

SAN ANTONIO, TX – The United States Chamber of Commerce has announced that the San Antonio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce has been selected as a 5-Star Accredited chamber and become the only chamber with this designation in San Antonio. Chambers of commerce that are more effective at helping their member businesses always are open to…

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Gallego Invites Hispanic Chamber to White House Meeting on Trade and Exports

U.S. Representative Pete P. Gallego, 23rd District of Texas, invited the San Antonio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce to a roundtable meeting hosted by Penny Pritzker, U.S. Secretary of Commerce, and Jeff Zientz, Assistant to the President and Director of the National Economic Council. The group will discuss expanding exports from the United States. This high-level meeting will be…

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