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2020 USHCC Legislative Summit
Save the date for the 2020 USHCC Legislative Summit. The event will take place in Washington, D.C. on March 31st and April 1st, 2020 at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel.
The Legislative Summit is the USHCC’s premier advocacy event, offering guests an unparalleled opportunity to meet, engage and join forces with business leaders, corporate executives, legislative and policy experts, as well as elected and appointed government officials.
Stay tuned for more details on registration, programming, workshops, and #HillDay appointments for USHCC local chambers to meet with their Members of Congress on Capitol Hill!
The USHCC is excited to partner with Nationwide to bring you an online 3-part video series designed to strengthen the operations and growth of your business.
Through this program, you will learn:
- How to drive sales using social media
- How to develop an actionable annual plan
- How to assess the value and growth potential of your business
This virtual business builder program will be led by successful entrepreneurs who are experts in their field. The series includes an e-workbook – to give you the opportunity to complete exercises and develop a custom execution plan to grow your business.
Watch a sneak peek of the series here.
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Membership at the USHCC aims to build the bridge between corporate America and our nation’s 4.37 million Hispanic-owned firms.