The United States Minority Chamber of Commerce establishes a news distribution and syndication partnership with ICrowdNewswire, to increase the distribution and access to information for minority entrepreneurs across the Western Hemisphere.
Miami, Florida – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
The US Minority Chamber of Commerce (US MCC) partners with iCrowdNewswire to meet its news syndication and distribution needs in the Caribbean region and Latin America. This alliance will help disseminate broader information to our network of members and will provide the information necessary to address and ignite prosperity for business communities during harsh economic changes in the Western Hemisphere. ICrowdNewswire has been appointed a distributive partner to promote Chamber news, events, economic and financial alternatives for minority enterprises to generate and regenerate business globally.
The United States Minority Chamber of Commerce is the most diverse, largest, and most influential international business organization in the United States, Latin America, and the Caribbean region. “As a regional distributor of business news distribution through traditional and multimedia platforms for the Minority Chamber of Commerce, our relationship with ICrowdNewswire, solidifies and recognizes the value of the diverse business ecosystem that exists throughout the United States, Latin America and the Caribbean, ”said Doug Mayorga, President and Founder of the US MCC. “Our relationship with ICrowdNewswire, expands the US Minority Chamber’s mission and reflects our commitment to work closer with diverse business communities that exist in the region, to improve the visibility of their brand and drive greater media exposure that doesn’t always take them into consideration.”
The Minority Chamber of Commerce expands the development of a more equitable and diverse business ecosystem, with an emphasis on minority communities worldwide and in the United States of America. In the last twenty years, the Minority Chamber of Commerce has generated the entrepreneurship of 32,000 international companies; attended 50,000 small minority businesses in economic participation and organized more than 800 conferences to promote economic opportunities for US microenterprises and entrepreneurs located throughout the United States, the Caribbean, and Latin America. The main objective of the Minority Chamber of Commerce is to promote trade between exporters and importers; and to enhance the economic capacity and development of the United States and the Western Hemisphere nations to graduate into a sustainable economic, global market. For more information: www.minoritychamber.net