FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: April 21, 2017
Michigan Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
13th Annual MHCC Public Policy & Economic Forum Breakfast
Growing Hispanic Influence in America: From the Ballot Box to the Grocery Store
Detroit, Michigan: The 13th Annual Michigan Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Economic Forum Breakfast “Growing Hispanic Influence in America: From the Ballot Box to the Grocery Store” is an excellent opportunity to get valuable insight into new trends in the U.S. and global economy impacting Hispanic businesses across public and private sectors.
The purpose of the MHCC Public Policy is to expose thought leaders to the significant growth and economic impact Hispanic owned businesses are having at both the state and national levels. There are over 4 million Hispanic owned businesses in the United States, an astounding 57% growth rate since 2007. Rapid growth is also reflected in revenue numbers, estimated at $661 billion representing an 88% increase since 2007.
- Friday April 28, 2017, 7:30 AM – 10:00 AM
- MGM Grand Hotel Detroit
- Speakers: Stacie de Armas, VP Strategic Initiatives & Consumer Engagement at Nielsen, Jenny Alonzo, Producer and Media Strategist, Co-chair of the Nielsen Hispanic Latino Advisory Council, Anita-Maria Quillen Diversified Engineering & Plastics
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- Register today!
About Us: The Michigan Hispanic Chamber of Commerce promotes economic advancement, growth and sustainability for its members by enabling access to business opportunities and developmental resources through strategic initiatives. The Michigan Hispanic Chamber of Commerce is the premier gateway to the state’s 20,000 Hispanic businesses and nearly 500,000 Latino consumers. MHCC serves as an advocate for jobs and economic development by promoting participation in supplier diversity development programs and international trade with Mexico and other Latin American countries. Established in September of 1989, MHCC is a 501 (c)(6) nonprofit business association governed by a Board of Directors that represents the business diversity of its membership.