• Friday , 22 March 2019


Founded 19 years ago, the SFLHCC is considered one of the top five Hispanic Chambers of Commerce of the United States offering its members different activities in which to network and meet possible business prospects. Through its Small Business Committee, the SFLHCC is able to provide a voice for its small business members. Through its Health and Wellness Committee, we are able to learn about innovations in the healthcare industry and educate our members. Through our Hispanic Women’s Society Network, we are able to empower women and provide them with updated information on career opportunities and governmental contracts through different types of activities. Our lunch/learn business series present information on different topics of interest to the small business owner. The chamber’s signature luncheons are the place to network and meet potential clients with an attendance of 300 members at each of these five events. With its two annual community events, the Hispanic Heritage Business Expo and its annual Health Fair, the chamber is able to give back to the community by hosting two completely free events for its members, our local businesses and families.