2014 Jump Start Your Business with BCBS & HACC

Date & Time: 
Thu, 10/30/2014 - 11:30am

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Small Business Week 2014 HACC STYLE!

CALENDAR OF EVENTS

First 20 attendees to register will be entered to win 2 FREE RED SOX tickets!

TUESDAY MAY 13th: Social Media 101

WEDNESDAY MAY 14th: Cafe Con Leche - Renowned Speakers Panel

WEDNESDAY MAY 14th: GNEMSD Business Networking Event

THURSDAY MAY 15h: Jueves Social - Social Thursday's

FRIDAY MAY 16th: Boston Red Sox Game!

RSVP: 617-908-1604 Email: events@hacc.com Web: www.hacc.com 

Make It Your Business Reception

Please Join Mayor Marty Walsh, Newmarket Business Association in partnership with the Hispanic-American Chamber of Commerce as we host our first annual Make it your Business reception. An effort to create awareness about domestic violence and its impact on the community

When: Thursday April 24th

Time: 5:30 - 8:30PM

Where: 1071 Massachusetts Avenue in Boston

Enjoy an evening of local tastings; hors d'oeuvres, Open Bar (wine & beer) all while networking for a great cause

Tickets: $30 per person

Space is limited get your tickets now!

All proceeds raised from this event will directly support Casa Myrna’s comprehensive work. Your contribution is tax deductible 

For more information please call or email Saritin Rizzuto at 617-851-6749 or srizzuto@metrocu.org 
 

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Important Notice

The Hispanic-American Chamber of Commerce (HACC) would like to make you aware that it has been brought to our attention that our Members, Friends and Partners have received an invitation on HACC letterhead via mail to an event being held at the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston on Mar 25, 2014.

We want to inform you that the Hispanic-American Chamber of Commerce (HACC) has no connection or involvement whatsoever with the organization planning this event. If you have received an invitation and/or believe you have been contacted without your consent by anyone suggesting or implying to be a part of HACC please contact us immediately at info@hacc.com.

We are taking this matter seriously and have referred it to our legal team for review. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact us. We appreciate your cooperation. For more information regarding events organized by the Hispanic-American Chamber of Commerce (HACC) please continue to visit us online at hacc.com.

Sincerely,
Board of Directors
Hispanic-American
Chamber of commerce
hacc.com
 

From the Board of Directors

Dear Members, Corporate Partners & Stakeholders,

Since 1992 the Hispanic-American Chamber of Commerce has endeavored to improve the profitability of its members, while providing our corporate partners access to the Latino market via our networking, educational and technical assistance events.  However, with the advent of technology and competitive pressures the Hispanic-American Chamber of Commerce must move aggressively to provide even more value to its members, and diversify its revenue streams.

As we enter a new era at the Hispanic-American Chamber of Commerce, we are thankful to Mr. Acevedo for his years of service and contributions to the Chamber and its members, partners, and stakeholders during his tenure. However, as we move forward with our plans, we promise a more competitive, responsive, and relevant organization, committed to a positive value proposition for all of our stakeholders.

We ask for your continued support and partnership. For which in return we will pledge a much greater return for your investment in the years to come.  

Thank you again for your support throughout the years and during this period of transition.
 
Our very best,
 
Board of Directors  
Hispanic-American Chamber of Commerce
 

Our Mission

The Hispanic-American Chamber of Commerce is an organization that represents businesses, individuals and institutions and is committed to the economic development and success of the Hispanic business community.

The Chamber offers access to the wide and growing Hispanic market in New England, as well as the opportunity to benefit from the economic, institutional and cultural variety of our region. Timely seminars and networking meetings, business education and assistance programs, government and industry forums, social events and charitable activities all contribute to making the Chamber a valuable resource for its constituencies.

The Chamber carries out its mission, both independently and in collaboration with partner organizations, by means of services, advocacy, research, and information-sharing. A non-profit trade organization, we are managed by an active board of directors. Membership is open to every business, individual and institution interested in the Chamber's economic and civic development goals.Read more

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