HCCMC fully supports small businesses in Montgomery County and Maryland during this crisis with important information. Follow these links in English and Spanish to learn more about Federal, State, and local resources to help individuals and businesses communities during these uncertain times.

Montgomery County Executive Elrich Responds to President Trump’s Memorandum that Attempts to Ban Undocumented Immigrants in the U.S. From the Census Count

Respuesta del Ejecutivo del Condado de Montgomery al memorándum del Presidente Trump que intenta prohibir que los inmigrantes indocumentados en EE.UU. sean incluidos en el Censo

Please note that all of our events have been canceled until further notice. HCCMC is committed to providing exceptional service to Hispanic and minority communities in Montgomery County and Maryland.

We will continue to provide regular online meetings and events to keep the Montgomery County business community and minorities informed of the latest developments and resources available during this crisis. Subscribe to our Newsletter to stay up-to-date with updates on the impact of Coronavirus in our community, and to learn more about future online events.

Recent News & Events

Cubanos Restaurant Opens in Bethesda

Cubanos Restaurant Opens in Bethesda Cubanos opened a new restaurant in Bethesda. HCCMC was there for the inauguration of the…

Migración y Salud Mental

Immigration and Mental Health HCCMC had a full house on Thursday, February 27th! Gabriela Romo, a psychologist specializing in migration…

Government Contracting Seminar

Government Contracting Seminar The BEST Business Empowerment Center offered a special seminar at HCCMC to help identify and win government…

Our Mission

The mission of the HCCMC is to provide a forum for matters affecting Hispanics in business. We advocate on behalf of the organization’s membership to achieve economic, educational and social equality under the law, ensuring a positive and inclusive public image of Hispanic-owned businesses.



Members receive invitations to events where they can interact with other members, providing opportunities to learn more about synergies.


Professional Development

HCCMC organizes workshops and discussion groups to help Hispanic businesses be better informed about industry trends and best practices.



HCCMC stays connected with local, State and Federal representatives to ensure that Hispanic and minority businesses continue to thrive in Montgomery County.