Panel discussion with the Fort Worth Hispanic Chamber of Commerce and members of the local Latinx business community
Join the Anette Landeros, President of the Fort Worth Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, and members of the local Latino business community in a lively panel discussion about local business, challenges, and opportunities for entrepreneurs in Fort Worth.
The Fort Worth Hispanic Chamber of Commerce was created when a small group of minority business and community members recognized the need for effective representation in the local business community. The organization was chartered August 3, 1973, as only the fourth Mexican-American Chamber of Commerce to be established in the State of Texas. The Fort Worth Hispanic Chamber of Commerce is “in the business of business,” helping Hispanic businesses start, expand and connect with other businesses, and serving in the community.
The panel will be moderated by Rita Alfaro, Music Librarian at the Fort Worth Public Library.