The Metropolitan Savannah Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (MSAVHCC) invites you to join us as we celebrate our rich Hispanic Heritage!
For many years now, Latinos have played an important role in the social and economic development of Savannah and the Coastal Empire. Our smiling faces can be found in every community and at every level of society from line cooks at your favorite local restaurant to the boardrooms of Savannah's most powerful corporations.
United by our love of family, our rich cultural traditions, and the desire to share with our neighbors the joy and boundless optimism that characterize our spirit, we welcome you to join us as we celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month this year with a variety of festivals and events.
Founded just three years ago, MSAVHCC has grown to include the hopes and dreams of hundreds of business owners, all seeking their version of the American dream. Since its inception, our chamber has welcomed entrepreneurs from all corners of the globe, from all ethnicities and races, united by a common passion for excellence and the desire to use our God-given talents to create businesses that strengthen our cities and provide sustenance to our friends and families.
Under the leadership of President and CEO, Alfonso Ribot, our chamber has made its mark on the local business community through a variety of outreach events and business seminars.
Forging strategic alliances with local and state chambers of commerce, MSAVHCC has helped entrepreneurs improve their knowledge and expand their connections to other business owners through a series of popular monthly breakfasts.
MSAVHCC's new partnership with the Georgia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (GHCC) will open the doors of its members to an even greater variety of business resources and opportunities for growth.
Established in 1984, the GHCC’s primary focus is on business formation, business growth, and civic and leadership development and engagement. It serves entrepreneurs and business owners through consultations, workshops and seminars and partners with organizations such as the Small Business Development Center to bring quality programming to the Hispanic business community. With over 1,000 members, the GHCC is one of the largest Hispanic Chambers in the United States.
“I look forward to working with the GHCC President and CEO, Santiago Marquez,” Ribot said. “This partnership will give our members access to the largest network of Hispanic owned businesses in the state of Georgia while, at the same time, open the Port of Savannah to business interests from around the state.”
For more information or to join MSAVHCC, please contact President Alfonso Ribot at 904-422-5019 or visit our website at msavhcc.org