Hispanic Business Excellence Program (HBeX)
Create a thriving Hispano/Latino Eco System where Business success is returned to the community with employment, training and education. HBeX Program can be impactful by aiding HBE’s in Business and Operational Development to attain sustainable growth.
The HBeX Program was launched in July of 2015 with a grant from the DTE Foundation. Since then New Economic Initiative (NEI), USHCC and Comerica have secure funding to the program. The HBeX Program consists of capacity and business assessment by experienced business consultants. The 6 – 8 week comprehensive engagement is followed by targeted and specific business development led by an HBeX Program Manager.
Six companies – manufacturing, mechanical contractor, food industry – have entered the program and are currently in the business development phase.
Member of Advisory council consist of (7) companies from automotive – OEM, Tier 1 – Construction and Utility. Plans are to incorporate Health Care by mid-2019.
The benefit to each Advisory Council Corporate member is HBE Supply Chain Development, promotion within Latino Community and being part of a Diverse and Elite Business Leadership Network.
Current participants include: Alpha Electric & Engineering, LLC; Kenowa Industries; DEP; MICO Industries and ICR.
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Stories of Success
This year, I attending the MHCC Annual Golf Outing for the first time and – it was a great event and very well attended by many high level corporate executives. What a great outing to network and connect with other business owners and talk business in a fun and casual environment. Eco Plastics became a member of the MHCC this year and becoming a member of the Chamber has helped our business grow in many ways.
Posted By: Sue Teng, CEO, Eco Plastics
Being a member of MHCC over the past 15 years has given me access to many great Hispanic business leaders and companies who built a strong foundation on quality and performance. We have learned much from those founders who started their companies in the early days of supplier diversity. Today MHCC and Hispanic owned businesses in the network are taking innovation, technology and outstanding products/services and operating as trusted and vital suppliers within Fortune 500 corporate supply chains. This adds tremendous value to the companies we serve as well as the community as a whole.
Posted By: David Segura, CEO, Vision IT
I find the MHCC a valuable resource for business in Michigan. It helps me connect with other Hispanic companies through the Hispanic Business Directory and network face-to-face with Fortune 500 executives on a regular basis at Chamber events. The MHCC’s Executive Director, Camilo Suero, the Chamber staff are exceptional and very value added to me and my business
Posted By: Debra Peel, Partner, INK
I am a regular participant at many MHCC events and I find them educational, entertaining and very value added to me personally and it gives the firm visibility and notoriety to other companies that I may not otherwise be associated with in the business community. Attending the Chamber events it gives me a level of access and opportunities to connect with other promenade organizations in our diverse community in metro Detroit. The MHCC Executive Director, Camilo Suero and his staff are great and I look forward to continuing my relationship with the Chamber for many years.
Posted By: Wyatt Sweeney, Manager of Business Development