The California Hispanic Chambers of Commerce
(CHCC)has more than 65 Hispanic chambers and business associations, representing more than 700,000 Hispanic-owned businesses. The CHCC is the "largest regional ethnic business organization in the nation that promotes the economic growth and development of Hispanic entrepreneurs and California’s Emerging Businesses."
Main goals of the CHCC are to promote the advancement and development of Hispanic and minority owned businesses; Provide an organizational forum to create business opportunities for Hispanic and minority business communities; Create an advocacy programs to promote Hispanic and minority business communities interests'; And to create a unity between organizations, corporations, and individuals that share CHCC goals.
"Advocacy, Empowerment, Education for California's Emerging Businesses"
The CHCC is lead by it's 24 member Board of Directors whom represent chambers of commerce throughout the four regions of the state of California. The Board of Directors set policy, define goals and objectives, and provides oversight to the CHCC.
- ↑ California Hispanic Chambers of Commerce, "About CHCC," accessed March 6, 2011
- ↑ California Hispanic Chambers of Commerce, "CHCC Goals and Purposes," accessed March 6, 2011
- ↑ California Hispanic Chambers of Commerce, "Mission," accessed March 6, 2011
- ↑ California Hispanic Chambers of Commerce, "CHCC BOARD OF DIRECTORS," accessed March 6, 2011