|CHCC 2017 Annual Convention:
CA Hispanic Chambers of Commerce
August 23-25, 2017, 8am-10pm
DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Sonoma Wine Country
Rohnert Park, C 94928
CHCC 2017 Annual Convention: Building Bridges for a Stronger Tomorrow
The CHCC 38th Annual Convention brings together all elements of the business community, from small business advocates to key business and political leaders, to discuss real issues affecting the future of our community and state. The 2017 Annual Convention is the premier business event of the year.
convention theme is Building Bridges for a Stronger Tomorrow.
the CHCC Annual Convention attracts over 3,000 entrepreneurs, small
business advocates, corporate representatives, community leaders and
government officials. Attendees will participate in workshops focused on
tools for business owners, California energy and water issues,
procurement opportunities for small business, and strengthening the
state’s Hispanic Chamber of Commerce network and business community.
Past speakers and business honorees have included former California
Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, branding pioneer and actress Daisy
Fuentes, Flamin’ Hot Cheetos creator Richard Montanez, actor and Latino
community activist Edward J. Olmos and media dynamo Nely Galán.
California Hispanic Chambers of Commerce (CHCC) represents the business
interests of over 800,000 Hispanic owned businesses throughout the
State of California. Through a network of regional Hispanic Chambers and
business associations, the CHCC promotes the economic growth and
development of Hispanic entrepreneurs and California’s emerging
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