About the Hispanic Business Convention of Texas
The Hispanic Business Convention of Texas is produced annually by the Texas Association of Mexican American Chambers of Commerce (TAMACC).
This statewide gathering of influential Latino/Latina entrepreneurs, business owners, elected officials, state agencies, universities, and corporate representatives is held in the heart of the IH-35 Corridor, San Marcos, Texas.
TAMACC is a nonprofit 501(c)6 organization founded in 1975 by a small group of Hispanic businesspersons interested in increasing business opportunities. The association, strategically headquartered in Buda, Texas is the organizational umbrella for Hispanic chambers and business organizations. TAMACC provides advocacy, technical assistance, programs, and services to its members. TAMACC has a membership of over 15,000 business and is the leading advocate for over 700,000 Hispanic owned businesses in Texas.
TAMACC leaders have been advocating for small and Hispanic owned business since 1975 (photo in Washington DC)
Irving, Texas – Ribbon Cutting to open the Business Expo at the 2017 Hispanic Business Convention