MIAMI, FL — September 9, 2022 — (NOTICIAS NEWSWIRE) — Operating and offering services closely linked to those provided by a Chamber of Commerce, the Hispanic American Business Congress is an organization incorporated as a company in which its members – without the need to pay membership – enjoy the benefits of a database that provides business alliances at a global level.
“Our objective is to promote strategic connections between countries to generate new business, position brands, products, and services, through international business meetings,” said Maria Victoria Valencia, founder and executive director of the Hispanic American Business Congress, an organization that among its achievements stands out for having been awarded as an Entity Promoting Integration and Business in Houston, Texas.
In addition, the U.S. Congress declared October 13th, 2016, as Hispanic American Business Congress Day, a proclamation that had an impact at the international level, since four years later, on February 29, 2020, the entity received the Gold Collar for World Peace, a recognition that highlighted its excellent work, contribution and cooperation with the global economy.
“We are an organization at the service of the international Hispanic community, in which anyone who is undertaking and promoting a business, has our support and networks of contacts to position their brands, products or services,” said its founder María Victoria Valencia, who also promotes strategic alliances with institutions such as the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), the European Union, the Harvard David Rockefeller Review, the United Nations (UN), the United Nations Educational Organization (UNESCO), and the World Bank, among others.
“These alliances allow us to join forces so that Hispanic businesses continue to grow even outside of the United States, as they are organizations that seek the development of Latin America and the Caribbean. And in this sense, we also work with more than seven presidential houses in Latin America, bringing investment to our countries and diversifying their economy,” he added.
Highlights of the organization:
After a resounding success in Spain and Canada, María Victoria Valencia consolidates from Miami a corporation that has impacted more than 6 thousand companies, and that promotes and develops annually between 75 and 80 business opportunities.
On the other hand, the Hispanic American Business Congress (“Congreso Hispanoamericano de Negocios”) constantly carries out international events, uniting and feeding back a database of more than 78 thousand contacts, and providing development opportunities to its more than 25 thousand companies affiliated with free of charge to its business platform.
“We hold events in emblematic places such as Harvard University, the Inter-American Development Bank, the U.S. Capitol, the U.S. Congress, and this coming October 13th we will be at Stanford University,” said the leader of the entity, who was also the founder of the “Latin Connection Group”, initiated by three Hispanic women in Canada, and which today has more than 900 members.
It is worth mentioning that the Hispanic American Business Congress was established in the United States in 2015 and has had its main headquarters in Miami for three years, a step that seeks to strengthen ties with the Caribbean and Latin America.
“Miami is a fascinating city, and as an organization, we have a lot of hard work to do here. Miami has high-level entrepreneurs, i.e., companies with annual sales of $300 million to $500 million; it has successful Hispanic entrepreneurs who arrived decades ago, with a business vision that allowed them to achieve their goals; and it also has an important group of smaller entrepreneurs who are emerging with great success, even from their homes. And those three groups are the ones we’re on a mission to connect with.
Gathering Hispanics at Stanford:
This coming October 13th, the Hispanic American Business Congress seeks to generate opportunities and connect people and companies from one of the best universities in the world, Stanford, and for this purpose, it is summoning businessmen from the technology sector, professionals in the area of innovation, and entrepreneurs, to be part of an event in which personalities such as Andrés Moreno, creator of Open English; as well as leaders from Microsoft, Facebook, Amazon, and Google, will share their knowledge at the gates of Silicon Valley, and with Jennifer Garcia, Director of LBAN, an entity that houses Stanford’s most successful ventures.
“We believe in synergy and the circular economy, a new model of production and consumption that guarantees sustainable growth over time and for everyone,” she concluded.