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Walter E. Washington Convention Center

801 MOUNT VERNON PLACE - HALL D

WASHINGTON, DC 

WE LOOK FORWARD TO SEEING YOU TOMORROW! 

2015 exhibitor booth space is sold out! You can expect to see Exhibitors at the Expo in the following sectors: Health & Wellness, Technology, Media & Marketing, Government, Hospitality, Restaurants, Business Solutions, Retail, and much more!

 

If you are interested in attending, it's not too late! See below to explore the different opportunities available to you at the #HispanicBizExpo15:

 

What to expect on March 24th?

The Expo will host its full day (from 9am - 7pm)  of activities showcasing 150 exhibitors, educational seminars, speakers and much more! Click here to see agenda.

 

What to expect on March 25th?

A brand new feature, a post-expo International Symposium for companies looking to do business in the U.S. or in Latin America. Note that NO exhibitors will be showcased. Click here to see agenda  

 

Why Exhibit?

Launched in 2010, the Business Expo has become the region’s prime event to connect minority-owned businesses with potential clients and organizations that support their growth. Participation in the Expo has increased from 500 attendees in 2010 to over 1,800 in 2014. 

The Business Expo provides a great opportunity for you to showcase your business to thousands of potential new customers. Capitalize on this unique opportunity to reach one of the fastest growing Hispanic markets in the country! 

 

Why attend?

Over 160 exhibitors Health & Wellness Plaza
Over 1,800 attendees Workforce & Education Row
Educational Seminars International Row
Business Matchmakings Entertainment​
Resources to start, manage and grow your business Networking Opportunities
Technology Row And much more!

 

For Sponsorship & Booth Rates click here.

 

To reserve your booth click here to download form.   

 

Hispanics 101 

  • Population GrowthThe Hispanic population grew by 21.8 percent in Washington, DC, 106.5 percent in Maryland, and 91.7 percent in Virginia.*
  • Business Growth – Hispanic businesses are emerging and growing all over the country. In the Washington area, which includes parts of southern Maryland and West Virginia, increased 53.5 percent from 2002 to 2007 to 44,428. The gross revenue reported by area Hispanic-owned businesses grew by 79.2 percent to $7.65 billion during the five-year period, while overall area business revenue grew just 26.2 percent to $612.41 billion in the area.**
  • Purchase/Consumption -  The highest Hispanic median household incomes among the top 60 metropolitan is in the Washington metro area with $62,000.*** Hispanics represent 11 percent of the US’s total buying power, or about $1 trillion.

*2010 Census Bureau/ **2010 Census Bureau Bureau’s Survey of Business Owners/ ***Pew Hispanic Research

 

Volunteer opportunities available. If interested please contact Pamela Nieto, pnieto@gwhcc.org

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For more information about this event call the Greater Washington Hispanic Chamber of Commerce at (202)728-0352 or email us to Alma Alfaro-Laska at aalfaro-laska@gwhcc.org.

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