Minority Chamber Celebrates 17 Years Supporting Local Businesses

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The Minority Chamber of Commerce is now celebrating 17 years of supporting local minority businesses – and has never been stronger in its history due the support of its our members, partners, and friends.

MCC has been helping micro-small-medium size businesses all across the East Coast of the U.S. for 17 years with new online development; new partnerships, international business and trade resources; and exclusive business events. During the event, hosted at the Doral Carolina Ale House Restaurant, MCC leadership continued its tradition of honoring long-standing members.

According to MCC President and Founder Doug Mayorga, the Chamber’s goals for the new coming year 2017-2018 include expansion of offices in multiple U.S. and Latin America cities and; leveraging the collective power of diverse entrepreneurs in the international business community.

“The Minority Chamber of Commerce is the largest minority business organization in the United States,” said Mayorga. “This 17th Anniversary Celebration in Miami-Dade was the place to be for anyone seeking meaningful connections and for those business people desiring to build strong economic relationships. The event brought together more than 100 of South Florida’s business executives, community leaders, and elected officials who share the same interest – making Miami-Dade the best place in Florida to do business.”

MCC also used the opportunity to celebrate the coming launch of its new website, he noted. “The Chamber’s ‘World Trade Center with Minority Connect’ will be an exclusive business platform on which members will be able to buy, sell, invest, partner, and share news and resources with thousands of business prospects.”

The enhanced website will serve to underscore Chamber initiatives at strengthening programs and customers that help build MCC members and partners; advancing the U.S.-global relationship and cross-border commerce focused initiatives; and building member resources that help business grow.

During this mixer-style event, members were recognized with a brief ceremony, and also receive a special gift from the Chamber. They also enjoyed complimentary hors d’ oeuvres, and beer and wine – as well as a salsa extravaganza dance.

For information about MCC membership, call 786-406-2190 or send an email via director@minoritychamber.net.


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