The New York State Hispanic Coalition Chamber of Commerce of New York City in conjunction the Puerto Rican Day Parade Association are inviting all the New York City members of the NYSHCCOC, including Puerto Rico’s Chamber Presidents & business members to participate at the first Puerto Rican Hispanic Business Summit taking place at Bank Of New York Mellon in NYC, Friday, June 12th 9:30am-5:30pm.
The Puerto Rican Day Parade takes place annually along Fifth Avenue in New York City, on the second Sunday in June, in honor of the nearly 4 million people of Puerto Rican birth or heritage residing in the mainland U.S. The parade always attracts many celebrities, both Puerto Rican and of Puerto Rican heritage, and many politicians. The Puerto Rican parade has grown to become one of the largest parades in New York City, with nearly two million spectators annually making it one of the largest outdoor events in the United States.
The New York State Coalition of Hispanic Chambers Of Commerce (NYSCHCC) is the leading regional advocate for the economic and civic interests of the Hispanic business community in boroughs such as Brooklyn, Bronx, Queens, & Manhattan in NYC. As such, the NYSCHCC serves as the Leader of New York’s Hispanic Chambers of Commerce. NYSCHCC represents thousands of businesses in the Greater New York Region, ranging in size from start-ups to multi-national corporations, making the NYSCHCC the largest chamber of commerce in the State.
The Puerto Rican Hispanic Business Summit is a 1 day event in which local and Puerto Rico’s businesses get to network, participate in a roundtable and listen to key panel speakers leading in the industry of Corporate & Government contracts. This will give many business in Puerto Rico an opportunity to do business in New York State and meet the trail blazers in the industry.
Attendees will get an opportunity to participate in an series of events after the Summit, such as the closing Reception hosted by the Chairman of the USHCC, Ignacio Veloz, participate in the Puerto Rican Day Parade and go to the Celebration Gala.
Throughout the weekend Chamber members will discuss the importance of doing business with government institutions, discover tremendous opportunities that NYC has in terms of construction, as well as investment opportunities.
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