The City of Chicago announced on December 11 that it will host the U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Convention in 2013. Siting Chicago as a shining example of economic success and a hub of expanding immigrant owned business, Mayor Emanuel hopes the convention will serve as a “springboard for collaboration” in the future.
The City of Chicago has announced that it will be the host city for the U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Convention in 2013. A press release issued by the city on Dec. 11 stated that the three-day convention will take place at the Hilton Hotel Chicago.
The announcement is big news for the city and for Mayor Emanuel. He has been working tirelessly to attract new events to the city. The convention will thrust the city into the national spotlight when it is held next September. Seven thousand people are expected to attend the event.