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El debate reciente en el Senado de California sobre una legislación para expandir los programas sobre el cambio climático ha puesto como prioridad el tema sobre trabajos y crecimiento económico. Pero poniendo todo el debate a un lado, el futuro de California depende en una examinación real de las proposiciones que nuevos programas para la protección del clima van a crear “trabajos verdes” para las familias de ingresos medios y para hacer crecer l...
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Hello Everyone, 

Our Success Through Diversity Business Development Conference is right around the corner and the RHCC team is working hard on finalizing everything so that we can make this 2015 conference even better than last years! 

We are reaching out to inform everyone that there are openings to participate as panelists for the Business Super Star panel! We are in search of "Super Stars", to help serve on the Super Stars in Business panel on April 24!  

Below is some qualifying information:  

1. The Superstars in Business must be in businesses that have outstanding achievements and model approaches to business and management. 

2. They must be companies that have been in business for at least three years, have more than 20 employees and that have demonstrated a continued record of success! 

This is a phenomenal opportunity to really showcase your business and share with others some of the best practices that contributed to your business success. 
If this is something you or someone you know would be interested to participating in, please reach out to me as soon as possible so that I may give you further information! 

Participant must submit a bio and photo to Sandy@RegionalHispaniccc.org 

Must be available from 11 am to 2 pm on Friday, April 24th at Hotel Maya Long Beach, CA 

Thank you and have a fantastic day! 

Join us at The Success Through Diversity Business Development Conference

Friday, April 24th 8 am to 3:30 at Hotel Maya Long Beach

The Conference brings together Entrepreneurs, Small Business Owners, Contractors, Designers, and Construction Professionals in a dynamic setting where they will learn directly from industry experts and some of the largest Public and Private agencies about increasing contracting opportunities.

Some of our top agencies include: Southern California Edison, Los Angeles World Airports, The Metropolitan Water District of Southern California, Port of Long Beach, City of Long Beach, Department of General Services, The County of Los Angeles, METRO, and IBM.

At the Conference, experts will discuss how executives can apply industry best practices to strategically grow their business. These discussions include: touch channel marketing, value of supplier diversity, creating new markets, and how to position your business as a market leader.

You will hear the latest information about Certifications, such as the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) 8(a) Business Development Program and the Department of General Services’ California Small or Disabled Veteran Business Enterprise Certification.

Most importantly, you will get the chance to begin your certification registration with the various agencies!

During the Super Star Lunch Fashion Guru Alicia Estrada, Designer. Founder, and CEO will be presenting an amazing fashion show.

Alicia Estrada, Designer, Founder, and CEO of Stop Staring!, was born and raised in Los Angeles, California. Alicia grew up in a large Mexican American family of 10 kids, she has 3 brothers, and 6 sisters. Out of necessity and at an early age, Alicia was taught basic sewing techniques from her mother.
Not letting lack of money stop her creativity, one of her first creations was a plastic skirt, made out of a shower curtain her mother threw in the trash.With a positive attitude, and hard work, Alicia quickly forayed her sewing skills into a thriving business!

For the first few years of business, Alicia was a one man operation. She spent countless hours designing dresses, creating patterns, and cutting and sewing hundreds of dresses with her own two hands. When Alicia began her company, she had no investors, and no connections, yet she never let this get in her way of success!

The “Success Through Diversity Business Development Conference” is an event you won't want to miss!

Register Here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/success-through-diversity-business-development-conference-tickets-14178814215
Hello Everyone, Our Success Through Diversity Business Development Conference is right around the corner and the RHCC team is working hard on finalizing everything so that we can make this 2015 conference even better than last years! We are reaching out to inform everyone that there are openings to participate as panelists for the Business Super Star panel! We are in search of "Super Stars", to help serve on the Super Stars in Business panel on A...
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Small Business Means a Strong US Latino Middle Class CommunitySeptember 25, 2014Luis Vasquez-Ajmac, MAYA For RHCC (202) 309-3444Luis@MAYAadvertising.comSmall Business Means a Strong US Latino Middle
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Join us at the RHCC Regional Energy Forum, where you can network with professionals representing the Energy and Utilities Industries!
Date: Friday, May 8, 2015
Time: 12:00 PM -2:00 PM
Location: Hotel Maya, 700 Queensway Drive, Long Beach, CA 90802
The Energy Forum brings together some of the most influential leaders of California and promotes discussions and participation to address issues of relevance to the Energy Industry, and the overall community.
You will network with top-level professionals and learn how they are developing and implementing solutions to succeed within the industry, and how it will benefit the community.
At This year’s Lunch Forum Panel the panelists will examine key drivers including:
California cap-and-trade program
AB 32 Legislation
Partnering Innovations 
Technology Evolutions and Social Media
Energy Efficiency
Renewable Energy
Who Should Attend?
Interested parties who would like to know more about the latest trends in the energy utility industry, and influential leaders who would like to benefit from the discussions.

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Join us at the RHCC Regional Energy Forum, where you can network with professionals representing the Energy and Utilities Industries!Date: Friday, May 8, 2015Time: 12:00 PM -2:00 PMLocation: Hotel Maya, 700 Queensway Drive, Long Beach, CA 90802The Energy Forum brings together some of the most influential leaders of California and promotes discussions and participation to address issues of relevance to the Energy Industry, and the overall communit...
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Mujeres del Año Awards Gala

Since 2003, The Regional Hispanic Institute has hosted its annual “Mujeres Del Año” Awards Gala- a grand evening that celebrates the outstanding demonstration of character, commitment, civility, community, and citizenship of Mujeres in our communities; from a broad representation of disciplines and areas are awarded for several categories that benefit our community.
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Time for play... time to raise funds for the Ronal Mc Donal Foundation!
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If Businesses used a GPS to take them to Success!! It would be called Sandy Cajas
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Sandy is the President and CEO of the Regional Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, a nonprofit 501 c 6 organization with a mission to Promote Economic Development in the South Bay Region and to provide fair and equitable Access to Capital and support Education and Cultural programs for the Southern California Region. Mrs. Cajas brings over fifteen years of experience in the areas of Economic Development, Marketing and Advertising.

The Chamber provides business networking opportunities, business referrals and facilitates business partnerships throughout the Southern California Region. The Chamber provides programs and services for small businesses in the areas of micro-lending and being certified by the Small Business Administration as an intermediary loan processor. The RHCC trains the business community in Accessing Capital, Advocacy and Procurement, which has been a priority for the RHCC for the past four years.

The Regional Hispanic Chamber of Commerce is the host of the Southern California Business Development Conference , in which the RHCC focuses in offering opportunities to do business with government agencies.

Sandy is an Entrepreneur at heart and the owner of “Diversity Marketing Group” where she creates multicultural programs, events, and fundraisers for ethnic communities like the Cambodian New Year Festival which brings 17,000 Cambodians to the city of Long Beach, setting a fundraising record.

Sandy Cajas was born in Guatemala and moved to Long Beach at the age of 13. In 1978, she married Arturo Linares, a famous entertainer that plays for a Spanish ballad group called “Los Freddys.” During their 12 year marriage they lived in Irapuato Guanajuato, Mexico, with their daughter Ariana now 30 and son Arthur 22.

Sandy Cajas has studied International Trade at Long Beach City College, and trained in Fashion History at Brooks College. To later develop training curriculum programs at The International Trade Vocational School in Long Beach.

Sandy sits on many Community and Business organizations such as EMPLEO, TBAC, DGS Small Business Council, St Mary Community Hospital and is the current Chair of the California Hispanic Chambers of Commerce Southern Region

Her greatest reward is to be the grandmother of a beautiful girl named Jocelyn.
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