Welcome to the Greater Dallas Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
Celebrating 75 Years of Excellence!

 

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Please contact GDHCC VP of Economic Development, Gabriela Quezada at (214) 521-6007, or via e-mail at gquezada@gdhcc.com with any questions.

 

LA CIMA LATINA LEADERSHIP LUNCHEON

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Thursday, October 23, 2014 

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Welcome to the Greater Dallas Hispanic Chamber of Commerce


Hispanic-owned businesses in the U.S. represent a critical component of the country’s economy.   In 2007 there were 2.26 million Hispanic-owned businesses in the U.S. with revenues of $350 billion.  In 2013 the number of Hispanic-owned businesses is projected to surpass 3.1 million, a growth rate of +40% since 2007, despite very difficult economic times.  

Similar trends can be seen right here in the Greater Dallas area, where over 71,000 Hispanic-owned businesses currently operate. 

At the Greater Dallas Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, our mission is to grow and support the Hispanic business community in North Texas.  This mission has been our driving force for nearly 75 years.  

Throughout the region, the Greater Dallas Hispanic Chamber of Commerce is viewed as an expert on and an advocate for Hispanic business. 

 So whether you represent a corporation, a government entity, a non-profit organization,  or are a small business owner yourself, the Greater Dallas Hispanic Chamber of Commerce  can help you achieve your business goals. 

At the Greater Dallas Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, we’re in business for business.

Hispanic Owned Business Facts:

Did you know?

The number of Hispanic-owned businesses is increasing at more than twice the rate of the national average.

The number of Hispanic-owned businesses has doubled since 2002, growing at more than twice the rate of the national average.

There are nearly 3.2 million Hispanic-owned businesses, that combined, contribute in excess of 468 billion to the American economy every year.

The number of Hispanic-owned businesses with receipts of $1 million or more increased 51.6 percent — from 29,168 to 44,206 businesses between 2002 and 2007.

Hispanic-owned businesses comprised 23.6 percent of all businesses in New Mexico, highest among all states, followed by Florida (22.4 percent), Texas (20.7 percent), California (16.5 percent) and Arizona (10.7 percent).



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