The California Hispanic Chambers of Commerce said it is preparing for its 2014 Annual Convention to be held in Orange County this August.
The organization noted in a release that the three-day convention, from Aug. 13 to Aug. 15, will be held at the Hyatt Regency Orange County.
"We are excited to bring our 2014 Convention to Orange County," said Alice Perez, President and CEO of the California Hispanic Chambers of Commerce.
"Our 35th convention focuses on providing resources to our local chambers and also bringing opportunities to Hispanic Businesses throughout the state particularly in International Trade and Procurement. We also have a day committed to Latinas who represent the fastest growing businesses," she added. "With Orange County's Latino business community growing quickly, it's a great time to showcase Latino businesses for the entire state."
The organization said this year's convention theme, "Latino Business Energizing, Powering, Transforming the U.S. Economy," showcases the power of Latino businesses in California and the impact they are making in California's economy.
This year's Title Sponsors are Wells Fargo and Southern California Edison.
The California Hispanic Chambers of Commerce (CHCC) represents the interest of Hispanic business owners in California.
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Original headline: California Hispanic Chambers of Commerce Sets Date for Convention
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