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Hispanic Chamber coordinates visit for The Monterrey Institute of Technology and Higher Education (Monterrey Tech)

On Thursday and Friday, October 18-19, 2012 the San Antonio Hispanic Chamber coordinated a visit for a group of 30 students and 3 professors to San Antonio. During the visit the group of Mexican students representing The Monterrey Institute of Technology and Higher Education visited and learned about the great work of three members of the Hispanic Chamber that…

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SAHCC supports Pre-K 4 SA

“The  Mayor’s Pre-K 4 SA Initiative will ensure that our youth are well equipped with the educational tools necessary for them to succeed, and ultimately create an internationally competitive workforce in San Antonio.” – Raúl Lomelí-Azoubel, Chairman of the Board    San Antonio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce   The following article is from the City…

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Trade and Cultural Mission to Mexico City and Puebla

The San Antonio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (SAHCC) is proud to have hosted its Annual Trade and Cultural Mission to Mexico City and Puebla. This year’s trip was led by the Honorable City Councilman Ray Lopez.  The Delegation departed San Antonio and arrived in Mexico’s Capital Sunday afternoon to prepare for a full day of…

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Thank you for joining us at the 2012 Business Awards Dinner!

The San Antonio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce was proud to announce the honorees for its 2012 Business Awards Dinner.  On Thursday, July 19, we honored the accomplishments of some of San Antonio’s most influential business and community leaders who are at the forefront of their industries.  “The honorees we have chosen this year represent the…

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Hispanic Chamber and TAMU conduct successful Trade Mission to Israel

The San Antonio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce led a delegation from San Antonio’s Texas A&M University led by President Dr. Maria Ferrier to Israel last week from May 21-26 to explore economic development opportunities, information technology, cyber security, water conservation and irrigation technology.  The Trade Mission was the second trip conducted by the Hispanic Chamber…

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Hispanic Chamber welcomes National President of United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

Today the San Antonio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce welcomed U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce President & CEO Javier Palomarez. This meeting with local corporate leaders and Board Members provided a forum to discuss important national business issues. A native of South Texas, Mr. Palomarez is a key decision maker in Washington and respected expert on…

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Nielsen Report Shows Hispanic Consumers Play an Integral Role in the US Economy

Hispanic consumers will play an integral part in the future of the nation’s economy according to the “State of the Hispanic Consumer: The Hispanic Market Imperative,” a study released on April 17 by Nielsen, a global marketing and advertising research company. As the fastest growing population in the country, Hispanics had a projected buying power…

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Mayor Castro makes education a priority

To a crowd of more than 1,000 business, civic and community leaders, Mayor Julián Castro issued a call to action to make education of our community’s young people a top priority.  During his 2012 United State of the City speech, Castro discuss the need to invest in pre-kindergarten education programs under the auspice of his…

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Pearl gets spicy with 3rd Annual Corona Paella Challenge

Things will once again heat up at the Pearl Brewery as San Antonio’s “Most Delicious Event” returns for the third year. The 3rd Annual Corona Paella Challenge hosted by Chef Johnny Hernandez will take place Sunday, March 11 at the Pearl Brewery from 11:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. Pre-sale tickets are now available for the…

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See who makes the grade…Chamber to issue first Legislative Scorecard

The San Antonio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce will be the first Chamber in San Antonio to implement a Legislative Scorecard to grade our state delegation on their support and advocacy on issues that are important to our members. The scorecard is our effort to hold our elected officials accountable for their legislative actions and to…

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