MV Chamber Discusses Business with Hispanic and Latino Markets

Eduardo Crespo, founder and CEO of Lawrence-based Hispanic Market Solution. (Courtesy photograph.)

Note: This post has been updated with revised information from the Chamber.

Doing business with Hispanic and Latino markets is the theme of a Merrimack Valley Chamber of Commerce program next week.

Eduardo Crespo, founder and CEO of Lawrence-based Hispanic Market Solution, leads the forum Monday, Sept. 18, from 8 to 9:15 a.m., at Residence Inn, Andover - Boston, 500 Minuteman Road,
Andover.

“Learn how to address Hispanic cultural and linguistic issues and discover how to connect Hispanic customers and businesses with your business,” said a release from the Chamber. Aims include hiring employees, increasing profits and improving the overall business climate.

The cost is $10 for both Chamber members and others and includes a continental breakfast. To register, visit merrimackvalleychamber.com or call 978-686-0900.

One thought on “MV Chamber Discusses Business with Hispanic and Latino Markets

  1. “Learn how to address Hispanic cultural and linguistic issues and discover how to connect Hispanic customers and businesses with your business,”

    Instead of the criminal invaders learning English and assimilating to American culture, business people are supposed to learn Spanish?

    Isn’t it bad enough that Lane Glenn, the president of Northern Essex Community College which is funded with taxpayer funds, has set up a program to facilitate criminal trespassers from the Dominican Republic transferring credits so they can easily get their degree from NECC?

    This is what you get from Joe Bevilacqua and the other liberal hacks running the MVCC.