Miami, Florida, November 9, 2020. The United States Minority Chamber of Commerce (U.S. MCC) has announced a relocation from its current facility at 1750 NW K street in Washington DC, to Downtown Miami 1111 Brickell 10th Floor, Miami Dade. The Chamber has chosen this location for their international and national members to facilitate entrance in Latin America and the Caribbean in mind. The location will be recognized as the World Trade Center by the Chamber and will offer additional value to their over 34, 000 members and partners that operate in the United States, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic, Colombia, Mexico, Honduras and Costa Rica and will provide a centralized place for them to connect, collaborate and inspire. The center is not open to the public.
The United States Minority Chamber of Commerce through their Brickell Economic Development Center will be guided by four principles: trade development, investment through private public partnership, the red carpet program for U.S. companies based in China to relocated in The Americas and the internacional cooperation with U.S. Philanthropic.
The Chamber is the only U.S. Business Organization with a structure dedicate to facility information through a U.S. Call Center based, all members can receive support for any development including trade, contracts, investment, funding, donors with U.S. Philanthropic and supportive with dozen of resources available. The Chamber’ operators, fully bilingual Spanish-English-Portuguese.
“This new location will greatly enhance the Chamber’s ability to serve its membership and partners through its centralized location, we are extremely excited. It further solidifies our belief that this HUB to Latin America and the Caribbean will be an unique gateway for business, ” said Doug Mayorga, CEO and Founder of the U.S. MCC, “ As our country knows, the U.S. MCC serves a variety of industries including high-tech, transportation and logistics, energy and telecommunications, financial services, healthcare, exporters, importers and investors. The Chamber will be the only economic business organization that will use a unified call center where it’s staff can seamlessly communicate with members across a variety of channels including voice, mobile app, chat, email and video”.
About the United States Minority Chamber of Commerce: Founded in the year 2000 with simple beginnings in Miami, the Chamber has grown to over 34,000 business people, public servants and professionals across all its offices in the US, Colombia, Mexico, Costa Rica, Honduras and the Dominican Republic, the Chamber is creating a solid platform to generate economy and protection with many challenges facing an unprecedented crisis. The U.S. MCC is marshalling its full resources, relations and experiences to help minority companies continue to operate while mobilizing the business community with trade, contracts, funding and investment. For more information: www.minoritychamber.net