Category: Small Business (Featured)

SBA Administrator to Keynote Small Business Summit

Join us on Wednesday, June 11, 2014 as the San Antonio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce proudly presents San Antonio’s 5th Annual Max Navarro Small Business Summit at the Freeman Exposition Hall (3201 East Houston St.). This Summit is uniquely designed by San Antonio’s leading small business owners and corporate leaders. The content of our training…

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SA to DC 2014 with your Hispanic Chamber

Every year, a delegation of business and civic leaders travel to Washington, D.C. to meet with key members of Congress, White House officials, cabinet members and military leaders. During this unpredictable political climate and challenging economic times, it is imperative for the businesses of San Antonio to be heard in Washington, D.C.  This year’s  SA…

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Sheryl Scully Visit
San Antonio City Manager visits with Hispanic Chamber

Today, the San Antonio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce’s Small Business and Government Affairs committees joined to hear the San Antonio City Manager, Sheryl Scully, speak on the Fiscal Year 2014 proposed annual operating and capital budgets.  Sheryl expressed that the proposed budget is balanced, there is no city property tax rate increase, maintains current public…

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Hispanic Chamber visits Facebook and Google in Silicon Valley during USHCC Training Institute event

The San Antonio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (SAHCC) has just returned to San Antonio from San Jose, California after participating in an intensive two-day social media program put on by the University of Notre Dame – Mendoza College of Business, hosted by the United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (USHCC) and sponsored by Wells Fargo….

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Council votes to put local bids first

By Josh Baugh, San Antonio Express-News Staff Writer  Beginning in May, local businesses will get preferential treatment in some city contracts that use low bids — meaning that bids could be as much as 3 percent higher than a non-local offer and still win. The City Council approved a “local preference program” Thursday. State law…

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Starting a Business? Move to San Antonio

By Laurie Kulikowski ( 03/19/13 – 9:29 AM EDT This story has been updated from its original publish date of Aug. 8, 2012. The cities of San Antonio, Des Moines and Miami have been added. NEW YORK (TheStreet) — A battle cry can now be heard in cities and towns across the U.S. Banners have been…

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Become A Certified Energy Efficiency Expert!

Earn up to $1,000 Financial Incentive to Individuals Interested in Energy Rater Certification for Existing Residential Properties The City of San Antonio is providing a financial reimbursement program to individuals based in the CPS Energy service area who want to obtain a RESNET Home Energy Rater (HERS) or Home Energy Survey Professional certification or BPI…

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