Puerto Rican Chambers of Commerce have been established in many cities throughout Florida and the United States. Below is a listing of most of the Puerto Rico Chambers of Commerce listed by area.

Camara de Comercio de Puerto Rico

Misión:
Fortalecer el desarrollo de sus constituyentes proveyendo conocimientos, representatividad multisectorial y protegiendo los valores y fundamentos de la libre empresa. Además fomentar el desarrollo socioeconómico sostenible de Puerto Rico y una mejor calidad de vida.

Visión: Crear las condiciones socioeconómicas sustentables que potencien la competitividad de Puerto Rico, promoviendo la innovación y el espíritu empresarial.

the Puerto Rico Chamber of Commerce of South Florida

Thank you for your interest in our Chamber of Commerce. Your genuine interest in establishing and developing business within our Chamber is most appreciated. Our Chamber of Commerce is dedicated to enhancing the business environment not only for Puerto Ricans, but for anyone interested in initiating business opportunities within the Puerto Rican community here in South Florida, as well as on the Island. It is our duty, as the liaison of this relationship, to help you to continue to prosper and to have an ever growing list of prospects. Not only will you generate business leads and actual business, but please take a look at other membership benefits you can take advantage of once you become a member.


Puerto Rican/Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Palm Beach County

Energized by a group of volunteer professionals, the Puerto Rican Hispanic Chamber of Commerce for Palm Beach County and the Florida Hispanic American Chamber of Commerce are looking to work closely with Hispanic and Non-Hispanic members of the educational, cultural AND business community.

 

The Florida Puerto Rican/Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, Inc.

OUR MISSION – The Florida Puerto Rican/Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, Inc. (FPRHCC) exists to preserve the competitive enterprise system for Hispanic businesses by employing the following strategies:

  • By creating a better understanding and appreciation of the importance of the Hispanic people and businesses.
  • By expressing concern for and solving their problems.
  • By educating the community of business people.

Puerto Rican Chamber of Commerce of Florida.
the Puerto Rican Chamber of Commerce of Florida is an avenue linking Puerto Rico and Florida Domestic Trade. Opening the doors to small and medium business from Puerto Rico to export to the fast growing Puerto Ricans Florida consumers.

Puerto Rican Chamber of Commerce of Polk County,Inc. ihe “Puerto Rican/Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Polk County”. Located within the Central Florida region. Run,founded and headed by Mrs. Ana Rivera , President and CEO, resident of Lakeland, Florida. We are recognized as a new growing entity , better yet “an emerging majority”,here in Central Florida by the “Puerto Rican/Hispanic Chamber of Commerce” in the state of Florida.

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The Puerto Rican Chamber of Commerce of Central Florida

Nuestra Cámara — Our Chamber The Puerto Rican Chamber of Commerce of Central Florida serves the Greater Orlando area, including Orange, Osceola and Seminole counties. Our goal is to create opportunity for local businesses and promote unity among all residents in the Central Florida community.

PR HISPANIC CHAMBER OF COMMERCE – BROWARD COUNTY


The PR Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (PRHCC) was founded in 2000 becoming the most active hispanic business community in the State of Florida. We have recently expand to Puerto Rico. We organize and sponsor a great variety of business and community events, business expos, grand openings, networking opportunities and cultural events.


THE NATIONAL PUERTO RICAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization created to support the development of entrepreneurship, innovation, and business expansion throughout Puerto Rico and the U.S. mainland by providing a comprehensive resource for incubating business ideas, leveraging new markets, taking advantage of new opportunities, and advocating for policies that help our communities grow.

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