Fun and exciting events are a central aspect of the Latin American Chamber of Commerce. Through the joint efforts of our board, members and community involvemen…
Education and outreach are a multi-facetted and all encompassing aspect of our Latin American Chamber. We continue to expand our Educational curriculum to meet…
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Was founded in July of 2004 to help both local and Latino immigrant businesses make the most of their business opportunities through education, networking and solid integration dynamics. Initially called the Hispanic Business and Community Center, our founder felt that the needs of the small business owner (especially those of Latino immigrant origin) were not being met. She knew that despite the language barriers, Latino immigrants are very industrious and assiduous people determined to succeed and dotingly contribute wherever they go/to their new home. They just needed a little help to ease the transition to the Utah way of life, so she set out to create what is now known as the LACC.
As the legislative council of the chamber, members of this com-mittee make recommendations to the chamber on issues im-pacting the business community we serve.
This committee supports the Latina entrepreneur with networking opportunities, luncheons and training.
This committee supports the growth of the chamber, provides recommendations to the chamber to increase the level of participation of its members and holds the annual membership drive.
This group meets once a month and to create, modify or review the economic development programs maintained by the chamber such as FastTrac®, Impulso Empresarial, etc.
This close group is made out of one professional from each industry only and it meets every other week to exchange leads, training on referral handling and support the growth of each other’s businesses.
This committee seeks to provide chamber members access to corporate and government contracts worth millions of dollars every year.
This committee is responsible for coordinating with the Chamber staff, Chamber members and the community, to both create and execute successful and profitable events.