We’re glad you’re interested in growing your business and becoming involved in activities that will bring about a greater awareness of the economic potential of Hispanic businesses and population in the East Valley region of metropolitan Phoenix.
Let me provide you just a bit of information about us. Our research has determined that the potential of the Hispanic business community in the East Valley of Maricopa County is untapped and growing at an extraordinary rate. There are nearly 8,000 Hispanic owned and operated businesses in the East Valley and more than 300,000 Hispanics living in the region. Collectively they represent an estimated $4 billion in consumer purchasing power.
In 2011 our research determined there was a need for establishing an East Valley Hispanic Chamber of Commerce. We recognized the positive work others have been doing but we saw a need for someone to help promote Hispanic businesses, culture and traditions and serve as a regional resource for all business endeavors in the East Valley with a particular interest in the Hispanic community.
In closing, we would like to welcome you to the EVHCC Business web page. Whether you are a prospective business, a member or you are just curious about us and the potential of the Hispanic market, we’re glad you’re here, and if we can be of assistance, please let us know.
Partnerships and building creative associations with business and community organizations are important to those interested in growing their brand in the Hispanic market place. The East Valley Hispanic Chamber of Commerce understands the value of working together to provide businesses the opportunities to position their products and services among Hispanic consumers.
During the time period I have been involved with the East Valley Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, I have seen the positive benefits of the Chamber’s activities. Businesses have learned effective marketing strategies within the East Valley. Services such as individual business counseling, procurement opportunities, and certification have been made available to businesses. Linkage with major corporations, municipalities, and contractors has been developed. Networking opportunities have grown tremendously. I can see that my business and other small businesses in the East Valley have benefited from the leadership of the East Valley Chamber of Commerce.
EVHCC - Secretary
ADM Group, Inc.
National Bank of Arizona
EVHCC - Treasurer
Primero Negocios | CEO
Somos Dental | Marketing Director
Apache Lake | Marketing Director
PrintDonkey.com, Owl5.com, StartABiz.org
Alejandra Trujillo, Executive Assistant
Phone: (480) 223-0157
Rebekah Ramirez, Administartive Assistant
Rebekah is a native of Colorado and moved to the east valley in 2016. She has been in the insurance industry for over 10 years, helping families protect their legacy through educating them on what best fits their needs. She has served as an Ambassador for the EVHCC for the past year and has a desire to support her community through her top strengths. She joined our team as our Administrative Assistant, January 2020.
Her top 5 talents are in relationship building and influencing.
Positivity, WOO, Individualization and Strategic.
Phone: (480) 626-0094
The East Valley Hispanic Chamber of Commerce serves as a platform promoting diversity. We serve to assist business minded individuals, companies, and organizations in pursuit reaching the Hispanic Market, while promoting economic development. We share key demographic data to address the bilingual and bicultural needs of the East Valley, hosting networking events, and support future leaders through educational programs in the fields of Science, Technology, Education, Arts, and Mathematics. We serve to facilitate partnerships, relationships, and opportunities for continued growth in business and education in the East Valley.