Join us at the Virginia Small Business Summit in Fairfax, Sept. 21st

The Virginia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce is pleased to be sponsoring the 2012 Virginia Small Business Summit which will be held on Friday, September 21st at the Mason Inn Conference Center & Hotel in Fairfax, Virginia. Registration is now open! The Virginia Small Business Partnership hosts this annual Small Business event, and we are excited to be working with them on this truly unique event.
This year’s Small Business Summit will focus on five core areas important to the Virginia small business community, including:
  • Energy
  • Healthcare
  • Small Business Manufacturing
  • Education
  • Contracting & Procurement
In addition, attendees will also have the opportunity to hear about the Dulles Rail Metro expansion as well as a panel on small business investment.
Joining us to keynote our Small Business Summit luncheon will be the Attorney General of Virginia, Ken Cuccinelli (R-VA). We have also invited Senator Mark Warner (D-VA) and former Commonwealth Secretary of Technology Aneesh Chopra.
To register for the 2012 Virginia Small Business Summit, please click here. To view a copy of the Summit Agenda, please click here.
The Small Business Summit is an excellent opportunity for small business owners to network with other Virginia small business leaders and also have a direct impact on influencing small business friendly policies for consideration by the Virginia General Assembly. Each year, Summit attendees are joined by  members of the General Assembly, who attend to listen and learn from Virginia business leaders!

About The Virginia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

The VAHCC is a non-profit organization dedicated to cross-cultural commerce and economic development.

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