Hello There

The NYC Hispanic Chamber of Commerce is aware that all of our members need resources, visibility, access to capital and promotion to increase productivity and revenue. To help you engage with a network of progressive people, business, government agencies, financial institutions, media and marketing for guidance and support; all through membership benefits.
Join us, become a part of the ONLY citywide Hispanic Chamber of Commerce.

Mission Statement

“Our mission is to represent and advocate for Hispanic Businesses in New York City in a cohesive and collective way. We work on assuring the success of Hispanic businesses and the community they serve. Our dedicated team consists of thinkers, planners, and “doers” that are passionate about the economic growth and development of the Hispanic community.”

Upcoming Events

Supporting our Partner

WAHI Chamber of Commerce Annual Policy Breakfast

Friday, April 27th, 2018

8:30am-10:00am
Isabella Geriatric Center
515 Audubon Ave., New York, NY, 10040

You are cordially invited to attend the Washington Heights and Inwood Chamber of Commerce Annual Policy Breakfast to be held on April 27, 2018.  This year’s  policy breakfast keynote speakers will address the challenges and opportunities faced by our small business sector. RSVP by April 25 at wahichamber.info@gmail.com or at 212-928-6595

IT Seminar Sponsored by JPMorgan Chase & Co.

In Partnership with Bronx Tech Meetup

Tuesday May 8th, 2018

This is an opportunity for small businesses to learn from experts about the technology that can affect their business as it relates to the digital space. We also expand on cybersecurity tools that can be implemented to lessen the fear of online financial transactions. Our seminars have included understanding Cloud Technology, Crowd Funding, Social Media & Business Etiquette, How to Ensure Your Website is Launch Ready / The Importance of Q.A. (Quality Assurance), Legally secured digital storage Secure Online Banking and Cyber Security Awareness.

Click here to view 2017 recap

Made It In NY – THE BRONX

Wednesday, May 16th, 2018

6:00pm-8:00pm
Mott Haven Bar & Grill
1 Bruckner Blvd, Bronx, NY 10454

MADE IT IN NEW YORK Panel Discussion & Networking Reception is an event that highlights Hispanics business owners with inspiring stories of success. Our guests will find out how they MADE IT IN New York. This is yet another way to learn in greater depth the about their accomplishments and contributions to the Business Community in NYC. The panelist will discuss their drive to start a  business in the first place, challenges they’ve faced along the way and how they overcame. They touch on the process, their business plan, how they accessed capital and marketing strategy. The goal is to have elected officials (borough presidents) moderate so that businesses owners have a chance to interact with their representatives.

Click here to view 2017 recap

116th Street Festival Networking Reception

June 5th, 2018
6pm-12am

The 116th Street Festival is the largest Hispanic festival on the East Coast – our Kick off Festival offers our members and affiliates an exclusive intimate preview of the Festival. It’s a mini festival filled with live entertainment at beautiful Pelham Bay and Split Rock Golf Course. This year the we are dedicating. The 116th Street Festival and Kick off to Puerto Rico Relief.

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Trade Mission to Puerto Rico

November 6th -12th, 2018

For Your Corporate Travel Needs , Vacation Packages,
Destination Weddings, Cruises, Hotels & Airfare

Contact Cindy at cindy.rubi@nicklugotravel.com & 646-225-0259

Resources

Comptroller Office

The New York State Comptroller is a state cabinet officer of the U.S. state of New York and head of the New York state government’s Department of Audit and Control.

Finance

Accepting electronic payments pumps energy and resources into your business—you have the technology to  master time, money and growth.  Introduction to the world of safe, simple and smart payment technology.

Education

The NYCHCC offer specialize programs to Hispanic undergraduate students attending any CUNY or accredited University in New York City.

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NYCHCC

 

159 East 116th Street 2nd Floor

NY, New York 10029

Phone: 212 348 2339

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