The Santa Fe Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (SFHCC) serves as a catalyst and promotes organizational leadership which focuses on Hispanic entrepreneurship. It serves by securing and leveraging resources to advance the cause;
promoting change by improving the economic well-being and vitality of Hispanics in the regional area, thereby
empowering this community and enhancing economic status and other societal factors.
WHY SHOULD YOU BECOME A MEMBER?
- Establish key small and large business alliances with fellow members
- Interface networking/people to people business exchange activities
- Foster business alliance opportunities with our corporate business members
- Provide resources for training and working partnerships such as SBA & SER jobs for progress
- Business IQ - education and training
- Health Plan Connections
- Discount Connections
- Member Benefits campaign
WHY DO BUSINESSES BECOME MEMBERS?
- To receive help to be successful
- To know someone is looking out for your best interests
- To be involved to make a difference
- To be recognized for the commitment made to your success and your commitment to serve the community
- To be successful on your own and to be okay asking for assistance
- Finally to help our youth by showing them that we are role models and they do have a chance for success
WHAT CAN THE SANTA FE HISPANIC CHAMBER OF COMMERCE DO FOR YOU?
As a member of the United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, SFHCC is creating relationships and partnerships
with organizations such as the Santa Fe Chamber of Commerce, the Albuquerque Hispano Chamber of Commerce,
the Taos Chamber of Commerce and other economic development organizations to provide:
- Economic Opportunities - The Chamber enhances and leverages the talents and resources of its members to improve economic opportunities for all.
- Advocacy - The chamber is an advocate for its broad and diverse member businesses,
creating a climate of growth and success.
- Impact - The Chamber provides unique opportunities for individuals and businesses to make a
difference by connecting them to important small issues.
- Focus - The Chamber helps build stronger small, minority owned business in our community
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