The Houston Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, the largest Hispanic Chamber in the country, celebrates is 20th Luncheon and Business Expo on Thursday, March 28 at the Hilton Americas-Downtown.
A sold-out audience of 1,500 will attend the event and over 70 companies will display their products and services during the expo.
United States Senator John Cornyn will discuss taxes, immigration, jobs, energy and Latino engagement, and Marc Boom, The Methodist Hospital CEO, will address healthcare and its impact on business, entrepreneurs, and the Houston economy.
Dr. Laura Murillo, President and CEO of the Houston Hispanic Chamber of Commerce said, “Our luncheon is the largest business gathering in Houston. It converges corporate America, small business, policy and decision makers as we explore & discuss the impact of “The Latino Dynamic.”
The Houston Hispanic Chamber of Commerce was founded in 1977, with the mission to be the leading regional advocate for the economic and civic interests of the Hispanic business community.
Visit www.houstonhispanicchamber.com for more information.