The South Florida Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (SFLHCC) recently held its annual “Sunshine” awards in which annual triumphs and contributions to our community are held by entrepreneurs. In this 25-year edition, attended by more than 500 people, the life and legacy left by the Chairman of the camera Ralph González-Jacobo recently passed away was also celebrated. Congresswoman Donna Shalala and Miami-Dade County Commissioner Esteban Bovo, Jr. made recognitions and handed the family the flag they waved at the Miami Dade County Capitol and resolution.
The SFLHCC was founded 25 years ago with the purpose of promoting the county's businesses and strengthening ties with government agencies to help all businesses in our Miami-Dade County.
The SFLHCC is a nonprofit 501 (c)(6) organization established in 1994 to promote business leadership, create economic prospects and provide legislative advocacy for the Hispanic business community in South Florida. The SFLHCC is an organization founded 25 years ago, and it seeks to provide opportunities in commerce to the different Hispanic populations that exist in South Florida. As South Florida is one of the most diverse areas of the state, the SFLHCC recognizes the potential that exists for companies to do business with people from different backgrounds and experiences. With a population of approximately 67% Hispanics, Miami-Dade County has flourished as the gate to the Americas. This community is represented by entrepreneurs from the Caribbean, Central America, and South America. We provide opportunities for our members by organizing local programs to improve the economic condition of the Hispanic population. The SFLHCC is an association with more than 1,200 members and advocates for thousands of Hispanic businesses in Florida. The SLFHCC is recognized as one of the most influential Hispanic chambers in the country and one of the leading Hispanic business organization in Florida.
The South Florida Hispanic Chamber of Commerce is one of the largest and most respected chambers of commerce in the United States. For more information contact 305-534-1903 or visit http://www.sflhcc.com