Looking to start a new business? Here's how to find assistance regardless of where you live in CA

With a new business center, the California Hispanic Chambers of Commerce is looking forward to helping aspiring business owners. Senior Vice President Óscar García says that as entrepreneurs recover from the pandemic, it’s especially essential for people to have a strategy to restart their businesses — that’s where they come in. They’ve opened their Torch Center, where they provide mentoring and resources to minority groups. This is the first center of its nature in the state. See more above.

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