MHCC NEWS & EVENTS
28th Annual Fiesta Hispana
The MHCC is proud to invite you to celebrate its 28th Annual Fiesta Hispana Gala on Friday, December 1, 2017. Hundreds of distinguished guests are expected to attend our signature celebration at the MGM Grand Detroit.
Fiesta Hispana has been the premier event for galvanizing relationships between Hispanic automotive suppliers and their Tier 1 customers as well as business, civic, community, educational and government industry leaders from across Michigan.
We look forward to your company making this another memorable celebration.
October Tercer Jueves Business Networking event
Please join us for our October Tercer Jueves (Third Thursday) Business Networking event on October 19, 2017 at Microsoft. See details for this event and more below:
September Featured Member
Regina Jessup-Goodman, CIC
Principal, Goodman Venegas Insurance
Regina’s entrepreneurial spirit is a family trait. Following in the footsteps of her great grandfather, founder of the legendary Chris-Craft boats, Regina and her partner, Moses Paul Venegas, established Goodman Venegas Insurance Agency in 1997.
Having started in the insurance industry in the early 1980s, Regina specialized in commercial insurance and achieved her Certified Insurance Counselors designation in 1995. Regina continues her studies of the various insurance products through the CIC Graduate Study Program making sure that Goodman Venegas is always at the forefront of the insurance industry.
2017 Hispanic Heritage Month Events
Each year, Americans observe National Hispanic Heritage Month from September 15 to October 15, by celebrating the histories, cultures and contributions of American citizens whose ancestors came from Spain, Mexico, the Caribbean and Central and South America. There are many events taking place across the Metro Detroit area. View a list of some of the upcoming events here: http://www.mhcc.org/celebrate-national-hispanic-heritage-month/
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.