Central Washington Hispanic
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In partnership with

Association of Washington State Chambers of Commerce

King County Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

Hispanic Business/Professional Association of Spokane

Inland Northwest Latino Chamber of Commerce

Northwest Washington Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

Tri-Cities Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

 

 

On behalf of the recently formed Central Washington Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (CWHCC)  
We are cordially extending the invitation to become a member.  The CWHCC promotes Hispanic businesses and other professionals throughout Yakima Valley & Central Washington who supports cultural events that contribute to the appreciation of our diversity.  Our members will represent diversified backgrounds demographics, professions and businesses. We take great pride in our organization for being a venue for Hispanic and other entrepreneurs, leaders and professionals throughout the Yakima Valley and Central Washington. We invite you to become part of something special and the great opportunity to contribute to a meaningful cause. We encourage you to take advantage of the great opportunities that this organization has to offer. We will strive to provide you with the support of our CWHCC familia.

Very truly yours,
Central Washington Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (CWHCC)
 

 

The Central Washington Hispanic Chamber of Commerce cordially invites you to join us for an evening of business and community networking on Wednesday, July 30th! Our guest speaker will be Attorney Alex Newhouse.

 


The Central WA Hispanic Chamber of Commerce would like to make the following statement in reaction to the news story pertaining to the Hispanic Chamber of Yakima County’s bankruptcy and pending dissolution. 

 

 

 

 


News & Updates

 

Small Business Administration Regional Advocate Jennifer Clark

Will the Minimum Wage Increase for Federal Contractors Impact You?

On June 17, 2014, the Department of Labor proposed a rule to increase the hourly minimum wage for federal contractors, subcontractors and their workers to $10.10 per hour, beginning January 1, 2015, and every year after at a new amount determined by the Secretary of Labor.  This applies to new contracts, contract-like instruments, and solicitations including:

* Procurement contracts for services or construction
* Contracts for services covered under the Service Contract Act
* Concessions contracts
* Contracts entered into with the Federal Government in connection with Federal property or lands and related  to offering services for Federal employees, their dependents, or the general public
* Wages of workers governed by the Fair Labor Standards Act, Service Contract Act or Davis Bacon Act

On July 8, 2014, the Office of Advocacy will host a roundtable on the proposed rule to hear how small firms with federal contracts anticipate they will be impacted.  The roundtable will be held at the U.S. Small Business Administration in Washington, DC.  Regional input is greatly appreciated, so if you are able to participate by phone, or would like more information, please contact Janis Reyes at janis.reyes@sba.gov or 202-205-6533.


Spotlight: Influential Hispanics

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ignacio Marquez, Chairman Central Washington Hispanic Chamber of Commerce 

"Thank you for visiting our website.  If you are not a member, we hope you consider joining our Chamber to be part of making a difference in our communities. We are at the brink of venturing into exciting times and we would like for you to join us!"

 

 

 

 

 

 

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