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The Premier Resource For and About the Hispanic Business Community!


HHCC is the leading regional advocate for the economic and civic interests of the Hispanic business community. 

The Houston Hispanic Chamber of Commerce acts as an effective business resource by:

  • Creating local, national and international business opportunities for newcomers and members.
  • Assisting members with procurement opportunities.
  • Organizing and sponsoring educational seminars and networking events such as membership orientations and breakfast meetings.
  • Developing dialogue with elected officials and corporations to advocate on behalf of our members.
  • Serving as mentors to Hispanic professionals and business owners.
  • Providing updated demographic statistics and substantial Hispanic business and community information.
  • Referring members to the proper sources of business and information.

The Houston Hispanic Chamber of Commerce was founded on March 2, 1977 by a group of prominent Hispanic businesspeople. The Chamber represents small business members as well as corporations of Houston; and has a professional staff, a Board of Directors, Committees and a Corporate Advisory Board.

The Chamber leadership is comprised of successful businesspeople and community leaders that devise the Chamber's Strategic Plan and provide a hands-on approach to the business community's needs. Any company or individual that resides in the Houston area may benefit from the Chamber's work.

The Houston Hispanic Chamber of Commerce has developed strategic partnerships with organizations and companies that leverage existing resources, such as the Houston Minority Business Council, the University of Houston Small Business Development Center, and others.

The Houston Hispanic Chamber of Commerce provides many opportunities for individuals and companies to join the Chamber at different financial levels. The Chamber executes its programs with the effective efforts of staff, volunteers, and various committees, which allow the corporate and general membership to actively participate in strategic planning for the Chamber.