Join the conversation with a diverse group of business and community leaders discussing our Hispanic business community and how this fast-growing segment of business owners can positively impact the economy of our region. Our featured speakers are Luis O. De La Hoz, Chairman of the Statewide Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of New Jersey (“SHCCNJ”), and Raymond Lamboy of the Latin American Economic Development Assoc. (LAEDA).
Other Hispanic business and community leaders who will be in attendance include Bert Lopez of Atlantic City Electric and Latino Motion TV, Jerry Velazquez of The Authority (CCIA), Joel Berrocal, National Director of Small Business Development for The National Puerto Rican Chamber of Commerce, and Mayor Albert Kelly of the Great City of Bridgeton.
This hybrid meeting offers the opportunity to attend in-person or via Zoom.
The in-person location is The ALMS Center, 1 Martin Luther King, Jr. Way in Bridgeton. We will meet in the large gymnasium, allowing for social distancing, comfort and safety of our guests. We will strictly adhere to all COVID-19 health and safety guidelines.
The in-person fee including lunch is $25 per person. The online fee is $10 per person.
Participants from other Chambers across South Jersey and the public are welcome.
CLICK HERE TO REGISTER ONLINE.
Thank you to our meeting sponsors: Century Savings Bank and Revive South Jersey.
Contact the Chamber office for more information. 856-455-1312