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éVENTS | 2015 GWHCC Business Expo

Calling all Latino Business Owners! This year's GWHCC Business Expo will have it all...

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Over here at Latin é, we’re really excited for the annual GWHCC Business Expo, so we’re bringing all of the details straight to you. Find out how to register, check out the daily agenda, and get ready to rub shoulders with other Latino business owners in our nation’s capital.

What to expect on March 24th?

The Expo will host its full day (from 9am – 7pm)  of activities showcasing 160 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.

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.

Please register for each event:

March 24th

GWHCC Business Expo

9am-7pm

Walter E. Washington Convention Center

March 25th

International Symposium: Promoting Trade among the Americas

9am-1pm

Walter E. Washington Convention Center

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As Latin é's Editor-in-Chief, Caitlin believes in quality over quantity, doing things right the first time, and humming to herself during difficult tasks. A true Texan at heart, she also believes in the power of cowboy boots, that the stars at night should always be big and bright, and that everything (especially the food) is bigger in Texas. When she's not writing or editing she enjoys curling up to read a good book (or three), going on grand adventures (the more walking involved, the better) with her adoring and adorable husband, bright colors (in clothes, cooking, and everything else), and going barefoot. She likes her food spicy, her music soulful, and her news breaking. You can read more of her work on her website, www.themathom-house.com!

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