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Supporting Teletón Honduras

We’re thrilled to support the TELETÓN HONDURAS Foundation this year! Join us with one heart as part of our commitment to our community. Please consider making a donation to this noble cause. Every contribution, big or small, will make a difference. The raised funds will support treatments for individuals with

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Driving Hispanic Businesses Forward

In Commemorating its 40th year of Operation, the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Louisiana Celebrates its Steadfast Commitment to the Community

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE December 1st, 2023 NEW ORLEANS – The Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Louisiana (HCCL) eagerly awaits marking its 40th anniversary in 2024 with a focus on advancing the progression of Hispanic businesses under the theme of “Onward: Driving Hispanic Businesses Forward”. During this time, the organization made great

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Groundbreaking Partnerships Across the Globe

Cartagena, Spain – Groundbreaking Partnership Boosts Economic Inclusion for Hispanic Communities Worldwide! Today, a significant memorandum of understanding was signed between the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Louisiana, Cámara de Comercio de Cartagena, Asociación Cultural Héroes de Cavite, Hispanistas, Cámara de Comercio Filipina de Central Florida, and Federacion de Cámaras

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Trade Mission to Honduras

June 5th, 2023 – June 8th 2023 While on our 2023 Trade Mission to Honduras, we seized the opportunity to collaborate, meet, and engage in discussions with remarkable organizations that played a crucial role in making our Mission Trip to Honduras an incredible and unforgettable experience. Throughout our journey, we

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Alliance with Universidad Tecnológica de Honduras

In a momentous stride towards educational empowerment and community advancement, the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Louisiana (HCCL) and the Universidad Tecnológica de Honduras (UTH) have inked a significant agreement. The collaboration, represented by Mayra Pineda, Executive President of HCCL, and Roger D. Valladares, President of UTH, promises to cultivate

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