The Maryland Hispanic Business Conference (MDHBC) is the premier Hispanic Business event entire Washington, D.C. metropolitan region.  The Conference has the unparalleled reputation for providing tools, strategies, and resources to better support Hispanic businesses – adding to Maryland’s economic fabric. The MD Hispanic Business Conference is well supported and attended, serving more than 40,000 Hispanic Businesses in Maryland.  We have served nearly 8,000+ Participants, showcased 900+ Exhibitors, 500+ Sponsors, and welcomed many great leaders.  The event attracts an audience of Entrepreneurs, Hispanic Business Owners, Government Agencies, Financial Institutions, State officials and representatives of the leading Chambers of Commerce.  At the Conference, you will meet with top Business leaders and Government agencies to maximize your company’s visibility and gain exposure in front of the fastest-growing segment of the region’s business community.

At the 2010 Conference, Montgomery County Executive Office proclaimed Montgomery County as the home of the Maryland Hispanic Business. The conference is a premier opportunity for up-and-coming Hispanic entrepreneurs to take their business to the next level. At the event, attendees network with industry leaders, attend dynamic workshops and seminars to equip them with the tools needed to increase their revenue stream in this economy.

Hispanic entrepreneurs are fueling our nation’s economic growth. In fact, Hispanic-owned businesses surpassed 4 million, contributing $661 billion in combined annual in 2015. Hispanic-owned businesses increased 15 times the national growth rate. In Maryland, our thriving community has more than 54,000 Hispanic business owners who are staunch economic contributors.  Statistics show that Hispanics spent 1.5 trillion U.S. dollars in the retail and CPG market in 2015. The buying power is expected to increase to 1.7 trillion U.S. dollars by 2017. Products targeting the Hispanic population are seen as a great opportunity for retailers and CPG companies as Hispanics will represent approximately 28.6 percent of the total U.S. population by 2060.  Hispanic entrepreneurs are America’s business future.

We applaud the commitment of our faithful Sponsors, Exhibitors, and collaborators that help strengthen small businesses, especially within the Hispanic and minority communities. The event offers a variety of seminars, along with opportunities for small business owners and entrepreneurs to tap into training, networking, and mentoring.