For over forty years, the United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce has been the leading voice for Hispanic business owners in America. From its inception, the mission of the United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, has been to foster economic growth that creates and sustains prosperity for the benefit of the American people.
We know that when policy makers in Washington prioritize the rise of America’s small and minority business communities, our country’s wider economic outlook improves.
Here are a few of the public policy areas we advocate for:
Access to Capital
The USHCC encourages increased capital investment in small business. Budding innovative public and private partnerships are critical to the overall growth of Hispanic businesses.
- Unleashing Latino-Owned Business Potential
The Aspen Institute Latinos & Society Program
International Trade and Commerce
The USHCC supports international trade that helps level the playing field by increasing competition. This enables small businesses to bring their products to market.
- The Facts on NAFTA: Assessing Two Decades of Gains in Trade, Growth, and Jobs
United States Chamber of Commerce
Education and Workforce Development
Investing in job training and work readiness programs are essential for America’s youth to be sufficiently prepared for their future entry into the workforce.
- Latinas and the Wage Gap
Immigrants are twice as likely as the native born population to start a small business. The USHCC believes immigration policy must be viewed as a vehicle for economic growth.
- The Benefits of Immigration Outweigh the Costs
The Bush Center
- DACA Recipients’ Economic and Educational Gains Continue to Grow
Center for American Progress
The USHCC supports efforts to modernize our infrastructure systems. Infrastructure—including traditional, technological, and energy infrastructure—keeps businesses running and connect producers to consumers.
- Trillion Dollar Infrastructure Proposals Could Create Millions of Jobs