US Congress for Hispanic Business, to facilitate exports from Miami to the world

This organization, which operates similarly to the Chamber of Commerce, which promotes Hispanic business and investments throughout the Americas and the Caribbean, provides its members with free access to a complete database that allows them to run the business of alliances around the world.

Highlighted by Maria Victoria Valencia, founder and CEO of the Hispanic-American Business Conference:

Our aim is to strengthen strategic links between countries to create new businesses, identify brands, products and services, through international business meetings.

The independent organization has earned some concessions thanks to its efforts to connect entrepreneurs with business opportunities around the world:

  • Integration and Business Promotion Entity in Houston, Texas.
  • The entity was awarded the Gold Medal for World Peace, a recognition that highlights its excellent work, contribution and cooperation with the global economy.
  • The United States Congress has declared October 13, 2016 Hispanic American Business Conference Day.

“We are an organization in service of the international Hispanic community, where anyone who starts and promotes a business gets our support and networks of connections to position their brands, products or services,” Valencia said.

The Hispanic American Business Conference, founded in 2015 in Miami to strengthen business ties with the Caribbean and Latin America, has affected more than 6,000 companies and generated between 75 and 80 jobs annually.

Likewise, the entity constantly holds international events, thus providing feedback to a database of more than 78,000 contacts, and providing free development opportunities to more than 25,000 affiliates of its business platform.

On October 13, from one of the world’s top universities, the Hispanic-American Business Conference will hold a meeting of entrepreneurs from the technology sector, professionals from the field of innovation and entrepreneurship, where attendees will be able to interact with leaders of Microsoft, Facebook, Amazon and Google, among others.

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Started by three Hispanic women in Canada, Valencia, who was also the founder of Grupo Conexión Latina, today has more than 900 members.

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