Nielsen Universe-Estimates surveyed Orlando City and concluded that the region is among the top-20 fastest growing Hispanic market. The city ranked seventeenth after a recent survey compared the city against other populous Hispanic communities across America. The latest HBCE (Hispanic Business-Conference-and-Expo) held at the OCCC (Orange-County Convention Center) focused on bringing Orlando city’s entrepreneurs together. The aim is to promote community integration of Hispanics and businesses operating in Orlando City. Local leaders are optimistic about this vision and hope it’ll strengthen the region’s economic values.
A body of Orlando’s elite political leaders organized and spoke at the three-day-long event. The masses spoke at length about advancing the opportunities of business networking. The HCCMO (Hispanic-Chamber-of-Commerce-of-Metro-Orlando) introduced the program to educate, inspire and create entrepreneurial business opportunities. The model aims to establish sustainable networking opportunities that connect Orlando City’s elite business professionals, entrepreneurs, and local leaders. This promising community integration has extended a broad range of opportunities aimed at establishing sustainable connections. The model has reached prospective clients and businesses of the international/local markets.
The Hispanic community has a dynamic market presence and with world-class resources, promoting future expansion across the region is an achievable luxury. Orlando City’s presiding Mayor Buddy Dyer has remained optimistic about enhancing quality life for residents by creating business opportunities and jobs. He’s embraced the value and tenacity of Hispanic small-businesses that supply the community with much-needed services, goods, etc. It’ll drive the region’s local economy and create greater opportunities of merit. The move towards Orlando becoming a naturalized multicultural business institute of promise is a vision that requires voluntary community support.
Mayor Dyer firmly embraces the vision of multicultural business integration to strengthen all the communities across Orlando. The event became the largest HBCE recorded in OCCC history. Multiculturalism is Orlando’s secret of success as the friendliest business region in the country. The HCCMO has represented the Latin community for over two decades and intends to continue supporting the programs. With growing Hispanic community connections, it’s possible to bridge different business networks on a local and international scale. Mayor Dyer has encouraged a lifetime partnership, voluntary participation and mandated an uninterrupted availability of supplies throughout the community. This community integration should encourage voluntary Hispanic votes by gaining their respect and trust through genuine participation.
In America, the Hispanic community is a populous ethnic group that has a rapid growth rate. The outcome of the upcoming elections depends largely on Hispanic votes. This ethnic segment is an economic powerhouse that has immeasurable influence that could either break or make the elections. Political bodies must become a single force that respects each other, communicate and embraces the same vision.