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Bonnie Gonzalez, a Professional That Cares

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Texas Border Business

Was your business affected by the Coronavirus?  Are you a Hispanic business owner?  The RGV Hispanic Chamber invites you to join Cynthia M. Sakulenzki, the Pres/CEO of the RGV Hispanic Chamber, and Ramiro Cavazos, President/CEO of the United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce to discuss how the COVID-19 affected the business community and how you may have to change your business model and your business strategy to be able to stay ahead of the curve for the remainder of the year.  

Join them on Wednesday, June 17 at 11 am for a webinar where they will be discussing various topics pertaining to being a small business owner during the COVID-19 pandemic, followed by Q&A.

Mr. Cavazos will also discuss how to get access to tools and resources to help your business survive and thrive in the future.  There will be time to have a Question and Answer period at the end of the interview.

There is a $20 fee to receive the Zoom invite.  Registration is at the website of www.rgvhcc.com.  For more information call the RGVHCC at 928-0060.

Ramiro Cavazos

Ramiro Cavazos, President/CEO of the United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

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