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

2019 Women in Business Luncheon

March 28, 2019

The Women in Business Luncheon was created to salute & honor the commitment of exceptional Hispanic women. All Honorees have proven themselves in their respective fields, worked diligently to climb up the corporate ladder with integrity and have demonstrated social responsibility by giving back to their communities.

Thursday, March 28th, 2019,

11:00am – 2:00pm

The Bateaux New York, Chelsea Pier 62, NY, NY 10011

2019 Confirmed Honorees

Dr. Lissette Garcia
Senior VP & Chief Operating Officer
Hispanic Association on Corporate Responsibility (HACR)

Wendy Garcia
Office of NYC Comptroller Scott Stringer
Chief Diversity Officer

Teresa Gonzalez
Principal
DalyGonzalez

Grace Matos
Latino Market Manager
New York Life Insurance Company

Idelsa Méndez
Development Manager, Division of Institutional Advancement
Hostos Community College

Ms. Dyanne M. Rosado
Global Director – Talent Management
Nasdaq

What We Have Done

Women in Business Luncheon

The Women in Business Luncheon was created to salute & honor the commitment of exceptional Hispanic women. All Honorees have proven themselves in their respective fields, worked diligently to climb up the corporate ladder with integrity and have demonstrated social responsibility by giving back to their communities.

Made it In NY
Bronx & Manhattan

The event highlights Hispanics business owners with inspiring stories of success.  Our guests will find out how they MADE IT IN New York. As the cliché states “if you can make it in New York, you can make it anywhere.” The Hispanics featured are cool, edgy, relatable and close the generational gap. They are newer role models.  The panelist will discuss their drive to start a business in the first place, challenges they’ve faced along way and how they overcame.

116th Street Networking Reception

The 116th Street Kick off is the NYCHCC’s premier networking reception of the year. It gives our members and affiliates an exclusive preview of the festival that includes live entertainment & delicious food.
This year is dedicated to Puerto Rico and its ongoing effort to reestablish itself.

Puerto Rico Trade Mission

Puerto Rico and New York are deeply connected to one another, with over one million Puerto Ricans calling NY home. Our conference is designed to touch upon practical and financial connections, with Puerto Rico’s growing national influence in the marketplace, media, and electoral significance. It’s rich culture, long history, and political prominences has influenced our marketplace, media, and electoral significance.

Hispanic Business Award Banquet & Scholarship Ceremony 

The Women in Business Luncheon was created to salute & honor the commitment of exceptional Hispanic women. All Honorees have proven themselves in their respective fields, worked diligently to climb up the corporate ladder with integrity and have demonstrated social responsibility by giving back to their communities.

Media

Article Source: Medium

Uptown to the Boogie Down: President Williams Heads to the Bronx

“President Williams’ final regional visit of the year was to the Bronx, a borough that has made great strides since a period of declining population and rising crime that stretched from the 1970s into the 1980s. The progress of the last few decades notwithstanding, the Bronx still lags economically behind the rest of New York City, with the lowest median household income and highest poverty rate among the five boroughs. During his daylong visit, President Williams met with local nonprofits, businesses, and community leaders to discuss efforts to strengthen the local workforce, challenges facing small businesses, strategies to promote development without displacement, and the importance of anchor institutions and public-private partnerships.”

NYCHCC
159 East 116th Street 2nd Floor
NY, New York 10029
Phone: 212 348 2339