An event designed for our sponsors, members, and business professionals to network and create connections within the Hispanic business community beyond the greater New Orleans area and to interact with Louisiana elected officials.
This event is a collaboration with the United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, featuring its Chair of the Board as the Keynote Speaker. The Round Table portion provides our sponsors, members, and business professionals an opportunity to network, discuss local and national market issues, and create connections within the Hispanic business community.
A great day of empowerment for women. The event consists of an engaging agenda, including six panels that will focus on different topics and a diverse group of successful business women speakers who will instill knowledge and experience to attendees. In addition, our small business owners will benefit from the experience and best practices that these role models have gained at a local, regional and national level.
At the Excelencia Gala, the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Louisiana honors outstanding individuals and corporations with its Excelencia Awards in recognition of their achievements, leadership, inspiration, and active
engagement with the Hispanic community. As Hispanic integration has become essential to the economic and cultural vitality of our area, what could be more fitting to mark Hispanic Heritage Month than with this very special evening.
The premiere venue for Hispanic businesses to market their goods and services and perfect opportunity for those reaching out to the Hispanic business community for inclusion in the sourcing process. Exhibitor space available,
workshops and Business to Business Round Table.
The HCCL has taken interest in strengthening its position as a sustainable resource to contribute to the educational opportunity to bridge the gap between technology and workforce within the Hispanic community. We would like to
assist in the efforts to integrate technology to lifestyle on both ends: doctor/patient and patient/doctor.
The Día de los Muertos is a celebration of life that originated in central and southern Mexico and dates back 3,000 years. The free festival celebrates this cultural tradition and attract the local community to enjoy local food, music,
kids’ activities, shopping from local vendors and much more.