2017 Hispanic Summit “Spearheading Growth through Education, Collaboration and Professional Development”
Alejandro Coss, CEO & President
Latin American Chamber of Commerce Georgia
Santiago Marquez, CEO & President
Georgia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
Atlanta, Georgia (August 21, 2017) – The Latin American Chamber of Commerce Georgia and the Georgia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce are proud to announce the 2017 Hispanic Summit “Spearheading Growth through Education, Collaboration and Professional Development” on November 15 at the Marriott Marquis in Downtown Atlanta.
The program of the event offers a full day of robust business education workshops for entrepreneurs and business owners interested in learning how to run their businesses more efficiently, grow and expand. Networking and plenary sessions offer an opportunity for business and civic leaders, elected officials and key community stakeholders to discuss opportunities for partnership and collaboration to address barriers limiting Latino-owned businesses and their economic impact and contributions to Georgia’s economy.
“Latino-owned businesses in Georgia are essential to the state and the South in general, we are excited to partner with GHCC in providing this forum and opportunity for business owners, corporate leaders and professionals to connect, learn and support each other” said Alejandro Coss, CEO and President of the Latin American Chamber of Commerce Georgia.
“The GHCC encourages our members and supporting corporations to join us in this historic event and share supplier and employment opportunities with small businesses, entrepreneurs and attendees, this is a great opportunity to come together, as a community and show our strength and commitment to a diverse and inclusive Georgia” mentioned Santiago Marquez, CEO and President of the Georgia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce.
The ACE Women’s Business Center joins the coalition by providing support and programmatic expertise in the access to capital workshop. Other sponsors, collaborators, keynote speakers, and special guests will be announced in the next following days.
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This event is facilitated by the Latino Community Fund (LCF Georgia) a nonprofit and catalyst for investment, collaborative work and positive narrative within the Latino community in Georgia.