The Regional Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (RHCC) is a membership driven non-profit 501c6 organization. The RHCC is comprised of small business owners, corporate representatives, community leaders, and association members representing various professions. With over 300 members and a database of over 17,000 subscribers, the RHCC is on a steadfast trajectory of growth placing it among the state’s fastest growing minority chambers in the state of California.
The RHCC has worked towards bringing the issues and concerns of Hispanic-owned businesses to the forefront of the state of California.
• Implementing and strengthening regional programs that assist the economic development of firms;
• Increasing business relationships and partnerships between the corporate sector and businesses;
• Promoting international trade between Hispanic businesses in the United States and Latin America;
• Monitoring legislation, policies and programs that affect the business community; and Providing technical assistance to entrepreneurs.
To Advocate, Promote, and Facilitate the Success of Business in Southern California and its Trade Areas.
To build a vibrant and prosperous business community by representing the interest of the Southern California business community while embrasing economic and professional development.
In 2000, several dedicated business leaders realized the enormous potential of the Hispanic business community in the Southern California Region and envisioned the need for a Regional organization to represent its interests before the public and private sectors.
During the same year the Regional Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (RHCC) was incorporated in the state of California. This was the first step in creating a structured organization aimed at developing a business network that would provide the Hispanic business community with cohesion and strength.
Since its inception, the relatively young chamber has come a long way since and has developed many distinguished programs. Amongst those programs are: