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Georgia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Hosts Annual Business Summit and Expo

Contacts: Kim Speece, Leff & Associates, (404) 849-6579, kim@leffassociates.com

Mitch Leff, Leff & Associates, (404) 861-4769, mitch@leffassociates.com

Nov. 12 Summit & Expo: Hispanic/Latino Companies Learn About Business Growth, Access to Capital, Legal Issues, Imports/Exports, Health Care

Georgia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Hosts 14th Annual Business Summit and Expo at Turner Field

When: November 12, 8:30 a.m.- 4 p.m.

Where: 755 Club at Turner Field, Hank Aaron Dr. SE, Atlanta, GA 30315 Map

What:  The Georgia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (GHCC), one of the largest Hispanic chambers of commerce in the nation and a leader in economic development in Georgia, hosts the 14th Annual Business Summit and Expo.

GHCC has partnered with the Small Business Development Center of Kennesaw State University to bring morning workshops on a wide range of business topics for Hispanic/Latino-owned companies, including imports and exports, access to capital, legal issues and the Affordable Care Act.  

The free expo and workshop allows businesses to discuss and show their products and services.

Luncheon: Noon


2 p.m. to 4 p.m.- Exhibition featuring more than 50 booths and providing a chance for business matchmaking, networking and employment opportunities to all attendees. Cost: Free.

Interviews:

  • Thomas Foster, Jr.- National Spokesperson for MassMutual’s Retirement Services Division. Contact- dpotter@massmutual.com

  • Jeff Hilimire- CEO Dragon Army. Contact- http://jeffhilimire.com

  • Santiago Marquez- Vice President and CFO- Georgia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, smarquez@ghcc.org

About the Georgia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

Established in 1984 as the Atlanta Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, the Georgia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (GHCC) has grown to become one of the largest Hispanic chambers of commerce in the nation with approximately 1,300 members. GHCC provides domestic and international programming and services, and serves as a voice on legislative initiatives impacting our member businesses at the local, state and federal levels. GHCC is also home to the Georgia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Business Development Center. For more information, please visit www.ghcc.org


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