A Brief History
In the fall of 1998, a group of dedicated Hispanic business owners and community leaders realized the enormous economic impact and potential of the growing Hispanic community in the Tulsa region. Early in 1999, the GTHCC was incorporated in the State of Oklahoma, creating Oklahoma’s first Hispanic Chamber of Commerce. Since its inception, the GTHCC has worked toward bringing the issues and concerns of the Tulsa region's Hispanic owned businesses to the forefront of the local, regional, and state economic agenda. Since 1999 the founders of the GTHCC have been dedicated to establishing credibility in one of the fastest growing economic sectors in Tulsa.
The Chamber Commitment
The Greater Tulsa Hispanic Chamber of Commerce has rapidly become one of the fastest growing Chambers of Commerce in the Tulsa Metro. The Chamber is constantly exploring business growth opportunities for its membership and developing successful commercial relationships with the corporate sector of Tulsa. As the leading voice for the Hispanic Business Owner, the GTHCC represents and promotes economic development in the Hispanic community.
Programs and Services
The GTHCC Board of Directors is committed to the ongoing development of programs that create added value and serve the diverse needs of its individual, business, and corporate members.
The GTHCC's primary purpose is to identify and develop business opportunities for Hispanicowned businesses. In doing so, the GTHCC works in conjunction with chamber affiliates in the region and around the country, to maintain direct contact with major corporations and government agencies seeking qualified Hispanic suppliers.
Focuses on developing services to the Hispanic community while working with city, county, and state administrations.
Tulsa Hispanic Chamber Committees
* Membership Services
* Public Relations
* Public Policy
* Special Events
* State Hispanic Chamber Initiative
As a member of the GTHCC, you become a part of a national network that develops and expands business opportunities for Hispanic entrepreneurs. In addition to direct access to GTHCC programs, members receive special reports on the Hispanic community. (More Membership Information)