CHAMBER PROGRAMS & RESOURCES
Getting involved in the Chamber to participate as a client, or member by attending our next event or participating in one of our global teams, will be a fantastic experience for your organization and leadership. Our national and international teams target key areas for growth and development in the following pillars:
Global Entrepreneurship Education: brings together universities from the United States and Israel to teach, network and share the best practices of innovative ways of teaching entrepreneurship beginning in language -English & Hebrew-, international trade, digital platforms among others new developments like energy, security -preparedness and food production. If you are an expert in one area or want to learn more about another, join a team today, send a letter of interest to [email protected]
Global Entrepreneurship Education:
The Chamber launch courses of trade and investment relations that truly connects to Colombia, Honduras and Ecuador farmers, not only through trading products but also through an exchange of our culture and services.
The program primarily focuses on the fundamentals, negotiation, food security, documentation, legal processes for FDA and USDA, and the logistics involved. The intensive one-week advance course focuses on how to start the import-export business and get complete guidance on which items to export, new opportunities, how to find good customers, and learning about marketing strategies.
The program’s objective is to ensure you start your business as quickly as possible and expose you to great potential in Exports right from Agri- commodities to non-tradition goods. For scheduled and location: [email protected]
Minority Small Business Accelerator and Scaling Courses:
is a 5-day business accelerator program designed for Start-up and minority small businesses that are ready to take their company to the next level. The Chamber will start this program next August 1, 2023.
Each member or new entrepreneur participates in courses that are aimed to help develop business plans, corporate relations, strategy, and the leadership skills needed to scale their small businesses. Course topics include building digital strategies, financial plans, streamlining operations, lowering expenses, marketing, capitalize working capital, leveraging social media, human resources, corporate image and obtaining access to capital for each business. For more information: [email protected]
Federal Government Contracting Opportunities:
The Chamber provides technical and accessibility through certification SBA provides small businesses with the guidance and resources needed to pursue government contracts. Our program provides technical assistance for members only interested in selling products or services to federal, state, and local governments. Monthly we provide conferences with public officials to determine if you’re ready for federal contracting and assist you to register in the proper places if you’re eligible for small business certifications or assist you in researching past contract opportunities.
The main objective of the Chamber is to assist minority small businesses who are trying to win federal contracts on a one-on-one basis. Also, helping assist small businesses with payment issues and provide counseling on the contracting process The Chamber work very close with U.S. Government agencies aware of the quality and efficiency of private-sector goods and services to deliver the best results and provide the most value to American taxpayers. For more information: [email protected]
The Agriculture & Non-Traditional Trade & Investment:
To promote agro-industrial and rural entrepreneurship through capacity development in production, food security, and trade exchange of quality farmer-to-farmer training videos in local languages. The Chamber Agricultural economic development assistance in Colombia, Honduras, Costa Rica and Ecuador faces many challenges, one of which is to respond meaningfully to farmers’ diverse demands for advice on crop, livestock, processing, business, finance, infrastructure and marketing issues.
With limited resources The Chamber struggle to reach the thousands of farmers to the next level with business opportunities and business education in a mission to generate better price to its production and avoid brokers and intermediators. For more information: [email protected]
Inquire about our Programs for selecting Skilled Worker, Agriculture, Health sector and Professional Positions, send to: [email protected] or call us (786)406-2190.
are you hiring? we have the right foreign people for you
- To ensure skilled foreign workers are connected to quality job opportunities in benefits to U.S. Employers.
- Are guided by multiple process since the beginning such as Labor Certification with U.S. Employer
- Connecting foreign workforce development to economic development, after they (employees) finish labor contract, the Chamber will provide mentoring to start a small business in their country.
The U.S. Minority Chamber of Commerce’s recruitment strategy extends their resources to Honduras, Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador and El Salvador, where we utilize our U.S. Employers Network of partners, members, agencies and recruiting professionals to fill the following types of positions in the United States, Puerto Rico and Guam with foreign workers of the following sector:
“The U.S. Business 0rganizatino promoting the Diplomacy of minority firms in America.”
For more information: [email protected]
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