Networking, connecting, forming partnerships and finding mentors is an important aspect of being an entrepreneur. For Latina business owners it is especially gratifying to connect with and learn from other Latinas and Hispanic leaders and entrepreneurs. With Hispanic Heritage Month and many upcoming Latino celebrations, many organizations are hosting events for Latino entrepreneurs to gather, connect, celebrate Hispanic accomplishments, and share resources. 

Below are four upcoming events by Hispanic organizations for Latina business owners to grow and connect. 

El Poder Latino: An Economic Renaissance (Photo source: Latino Community Foundation)

El Poder Latino: An Economic Renaissance 

The Latino Community Foundation’s second annual El Poder Latino: An Economic Renaissance, is taking place on September 15th, 2022 in San Francisco with virtual livestream. This event showcases Latina entrepreneurship and celebrates Latino power and culture to kick off this year’s Latino Heritage Month. 

The event invites Latina business owners, entrepreneurs, VCs, and Latino-led CDFI’s alongside influencers, policy-makers, and artists to unleash the economic power of Latinos and amplify the brilliance of Latino entrepreneurs! 

Register for the in person event or virtual livestream here

Marketing Tools for Your Business (Photo source: GWHCC)

Marketing Tools for Your Business Series 

This series of webinar events by the Greater Washington Hispanic Chamber of Commerce is for Hispanic business owners interested in learning the different tools available to cost effectively grow your business, understand your customers and thrive with the latest marketing trends. Choose from various webinars throughout September and the first week of October focusing on different aspects of marketing, from creating a website for your business to growing your social media presence, email marketing and more! 

Register for the webinar series here

2022 U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce National Conference (Photo source: USHCC)

2022 U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce National Conference: Igniting America’s Economic Prosperity

This event by the U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (USHCC) is the largest gathering of Hispanic business leaders in America. The annual conference brings together local Hispanic Chambers of Commerce, Hispanic business leaders, and corporate partners to foster Hispanic economic development for the greater American economy. 

This year’s in-person event will take place from October 2-4, 2022, at the Sheraton Phoenix Downtown, in Phoenix, Arizona. The conference theme this year is Igniting America’s Economic Prosperity: Scale · Connect · Act. 

Register for the in-person conference here

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CHCI 2022 Leadership Conference (Photo source: CHCI)

CHCI 2022 Leadership Conference & 45th Annual Awards Gala 

From September 13 – September 15 join the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute in Washington DC for the largest celebration of Latino excellence in the nation. This year’s theme, “Rooted in Strength, Achieving Our Dream”, highlights the very essence of the Latino community, grounded in a rich history and vibrant heritage, leveraging both to pursue our highest ideals and the American Dream. 

CHCI’s Leadership Conference includes twenty-six sessions featuring over two hundred national leaders, elected officials, and influencers. The Awards Gala will pay homage to our country’s most notable leaders for their legacies of impact and inspiration. 

Register for this in-person conference here

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  • Victoria Arena is a writer and student, passionate about writing, literature, and women's studies. She is bilingual, fluent in both English and Spanish. She holds an Associates in Fine Arts for Creative Writing, and a Bachelor's in English Literature from Montclair State University.

By Victoria Arena

Victoria Arena is a writer and student, passionate about writing, literature, and women's studies. She is bilingual, fluent in both English and Spanish. She holds an Associates in Fine Arts for Creative Writing, and a Bachelor's in English Literature from Montclair State University.

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