The Greater Stamford Hispanic Chamber Of Commerce Inc. was established in 2001 by a group of business professionals who viewed the lack of resources for the Hispanic business community.

Our mission is to educate, promote and encourage the interaction of all Hispanic and non-Hispanic businesses in the Greater Stamford area and to serve as an active entity that advocates for Hispanic business, professionals and/or merchants

The Greater Stamford Hispanic Chamber Of Commerce, Inc. is an action agency designed to meet the socioeconomic needs of the Hispanic and non-Hispanic business community. It is a non-profit organization where business professionals band together as members to advance the commercial, financial, industrial and civic interest of the community. It serves to enhance the visibility of Hispanic businesses and business professionals throughout the State. It also promotes communication, shares information and resources among our members and the community. The resources of G.S.H.C.C. are endless. Becoming a member of this grassroots organization you will tremendously enrich your own business and meet the needs of our community as well.

The objectives of our Corporation are the following:

  1. To preserve the competitive enterprise system of business by creating a better understanding and appreciation of the importance of Hispanic and non-Hispanic businessmen and women and a concern for their problems.
  2. To educate the Hispanic and non-Hispanic business community and represent them in the city, county state and national legislative and political affairs; addressing the issues which are detrimental to the expansion and growth of the Hispanic and non-Hispanic Business Community.
  3. To promote the business interest and condition of Hispanic and non-Hispanic businesses, merchants and markets.
    To stimulate the higher standards and better business practices among Hispanic and non-Hispanic businessmen and women, professionals, and merchants.
  4. To encourage and promote cooperation among Hispanic and non-Hispanic businessmen a women, professionals, and merchants.
  5. To promote economics designed to strengthen and expand the income potential of all member businesses within the trade area as well as promoting programs of civic, social and cultural nature which are designed to increase the functional and aesthetic values of the community; discovering and correcting abuses which prevent the promotion of Hispanic and non-Hispanic business expansion and overall growth of the Hispanic and non-Hispanic Community, and in general the Community as a whole.