TAMACC is a nonprofit 501(c) 6 organization founded in 1975 by a small group of Hispanic businesspersons interested in increasing business opportunities. TAMACC is the organizational umbrella for Hispanic chambers and business organizations in Texas, that provides advocacy, technical assistance, business 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.

February 28, 2019

TAMACC LEGISLATIVE ACTION DAY

TAMACC has a long and strong history of political advocacy and being the voice for small and Hispanic owned businesses in the state legislature. This year’s 86th Legislative Session is well underway. . .

March 29, 2019

WOMEN OF DISTINCTION AWARDS

The 7th Annual Women of Distinction Awards luncheon Will be held March 29, 2019 at the Four Seasons in Austin Texas. TAMACC has created this program to Recognize the accomplishments, contributions, and. . .

YOUNG PROFESSIONALS

The TAMACC Young Professionals Program.

Training
TRAINING

Leadership Training and business skills.

HUB CERTIFICATION

Grow Your Business by Becoming HUB Certified.

TAMACC CHAPTERS

How to start a new TAMACC Chapter.

Cen-Tex HCC President Alfred Solano receives a $100,000 grant from the Rapoport Foundation

Cen-Tex Hispanic Chamber gets $100,000 boost from Rapoport Foundation

Still adjusting to the death of longtime leader Joe Rodriguez and striving to better serve Waco’s Latino population, the Cen-Tex Hispanic Chamber of Commerce has secured a $100,000 grant from the Rapoport Foundation to host more events, tweak staffing and play a larger role in job training.

“The organization has a good foundation, but there is work to be done in the areas of workforce and leadership development,” chamber President and CEO Alfred Solano said.