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  Marco V. Ávila, P.E. is a connector. As President and Chairman of the Board of the Maryland   Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (MDHCC), he uses his extensive background to bring people   and communities together. Under Ávila’s leadership, the Maryland Hispanic Chamber of Commerce has more than doubled its membership by connecting and partnering with smaller Hispanic chambers and organizations within Maryland. 

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Restaurants are on their way to recovery [Almost]

The restaurant business has shown some signs of recovery which feel very differently than last spring or even last summer. Last week’s credit card payment data facilitated by shows a very robust bounce back in credit card spending at Restaurants for the...

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State of Latino Entrepreneurship

Entrepreneurship is a really good thing for our economy, it creates new jobs, new products, and new markets. We would encourage you to read the 2020 State of Latino Entrepreneurship released by Stanford University and putted together by some of the leading business...

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No seas el ultimo en ponerte la vacuna

¿Porque y Como Vacunarse? Recibir la primera dosis de la vacuna me impacto y me lleno de una alegría incontenible sobre lo que este país tiene que ofrecer. Recibir la vacuna es poco más que un milagro ya que los Estados Unidos es el único país con la habilidad y...

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What we are hearing from Restaurants.

This has been an extremely challenging time for Restaurants due to their reliance on person-to-person interaction, however despite the challenges there are some lessons from a business practice and revenue perspective that we can draw from a year into the “New...

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Members That Make Us Proud: Jaime Paniagua

Jaime Paniagua immigrated to the United States running away from hyperinflation and high unemployment which wreaked havoc in his native country Mexico in the 1980s. Unskilled, poor, and often unwelcomed Jamie followed a path very well-known to his generation; work in...

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