Grand Prairie, Texas. The Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Grand Prairie, Texas invites the community and members of the Media to a Press Conference on June 28, 2023, between 5:30 PM and 6:30 PM, at the Small Business Development offices located at 2100 Virginia Dr. Suite B in the city of Grand, Prairie, Texas 75051.
Details about the launch of an “Alliance between the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Grand Prairie and Dallas College” will be released at the Press Conference with the purpose of promoting programs for entrepreneurs and small businesses in the city. On that day, it will be introduced the Workforce Director Elizabeth Guerra as a member of the Board of Directors and provide support to the members of the Grand Prairie Hispanic Chamber of Commerce.
It is important to note that the Grand Prairie Hispanic Chamber of Commerce was founded just two years ago, today it has 229 active members, the vast majority of whom are Hispanic business owners in the city of Grand Prairie.
The Press Conference will be used to make the “Ribbon Cutting” of such an important relationship that was made between these two important organizations in the Dallas-Fort Worth metropolitan area.
Since the Grand Prairie Hispanic Chamber of Commerce was created, the “Incubation” programs were once again offered to all merchants and entrepreneurs in this sector of North Texas, which has served to promote business development by providing the tools and resources necessary for their economic growth.
“We must understand that small businesses are the ones that drive this economy, we must provide them with support platforms so that they can grow and be successful in commercial life,” said Mary Domínguez-Santini, Founder and President of the Grand Prairie Hispanic Chamber of Commerce.
Mary has been working very hard, she continues knocking on doors, looking for allies, giving results and proof of that work paid off with the organization of “Texas Coalition Hispanic Chambers of Commerce”. The Grand Prairie Hispanic Chamber of Commerce is an independent organization that later joined the Texas Coalition of Hispanic Chambers along with the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of San Antonio and Austin.
“The aforementioned Coalition is currently made up of 12 Chambers of the State of Texas. The purpose is to have an ally and a strong voice at the legislative level that looks after the interests of our businesses in the state of Texas” concluded Mary.
The Ribbon Cutting and Integration of Director Dallas College to the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Grand Prairie will be held and there will be snacks.
People interested in obtaining more information, please contact Mary Dominguez Santini by Phone: 972-480-7501. Web page: www.grandprairiehispanicchamber.org Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact information: 972-480-7501 o 972-639-377.