Volusia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce | Serving The Business Community
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More than 500,000 people call Volusia County homeSituated on the east coast of Central Florida, our 47 miles of Atlantic Ocean beaches are a world-class playground, with beachfront cities including Daytona Beach, Ormond Beach and New Smyrna Beach.  Volusia-based companies include Hawaiian Tropic sun care products and Boston Whaler boats. Our institutions of higher learning — Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Stetson University, Bethune-Cookman University, Daytona Beach Community College and the University of Central Florida — have a national reputation for excellence. Volusia Business Info.

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If you are considering to relocate or open your business to Volusia County let us help you research the differences bringing your business to Volusia County can make. As a paid member, we will prepare and send you a customized report that will address questions you might have about doing business here, and outline the path that may make relocating or expanding your company to Florida possible, and profitable. In partnership with Volusia’s cities department of economic development; our local report will include a customized community comparison detailing demographic data, wage costs and housing costs in comparison to your current location. Significant savings on overall business operational costs in Central Florida can generally be experienced over most New England, Mid-Atlantic, or Midwestern locations. Find Out More…

1. Daytona Beach Bandshell Oceanfront Park, Daytona Beach 386-756-8523 A historical landmark built in 1937 by the Federal Works Progress Administration, this architectural delight provides a spectacular view of the Atlantic Ocean. It is also home to the Friends of the Bandshell Concert Series, a collection of FREE concerts held April through October. 2. Daytona International Tours 1801 W. International Speedway Blvd., Daytona Beach 386-947-6530 An interactive motor sports attraction at Daytona International Speedway featuring Speedway tours, NASCAR 3D: The IMAX Experience, Acceleration Alley simulators to race against your friends and a historic tour of racing in Daytona. Here’s more..

Serving Our Community

VHCC advocates for the success of Hispanics businesses, to promote and

facilitate contacts for non-Hispanics businesses trying to reach the Hispanic market.

Committees are the lifeblood of the Volusia Hispanic Chamber. They enable the chamber to multiply its efforts and effectiveness. The Chamber deals with a variety of issues that affect businesses and uses a combination of volunteer efforts and professional staff to accomplish the needs of its members. The Chamber is pleased that you have made a resolution to get more involved with your community and have become a Chamber volunteer! Joining a Chamber committee is an excellent way to get involved in the business community. You’ll benefit by:

  • Developing new leadership skills
  • Meeting new people
  • Developing important business contacts
  • Supporting your community

Chamber volunteers are real players in helping develop and execute strategic policy initiatives, planning events and supporting outreach and business development programs. All members in good standing and anyone on their staff are invited to join a Chamber committee. Committee meeting schedules may vary depending on the committee.


The Chamber’s Leadership program is designed to nurture and engage the leadership skills of potential and current leaders. Our program provides an atmosphere that stimulates and fosters diverse viewpoints, resulting in innovative answers to the critical questions facing our community. Connecting leaders, creating awareness and addressing issues affecting our community will be an emphasis throughout the program. Leadership Institute, includes community immersion, leadership training, and educating participants regarding issues facing our community and our county.

The objectives of the program are:
  • To identify and inspire future and current community leaders
  • To develop leadership skills and qualities of participants through in-depth views of the county
  • To stimulate communication among present and future leaders
  • To assist those already in leadership roles to increase their access to additional positions of community leadership in an informed and responsible manner
The program agendas bring in top-level business, civic, and government leaders for discussion and question and answer sessions.

Volusia County is a community of great diversity. We salute the enterprising spirit of all our residents and encourage the growth and active participation of our minority and women-owned businesses in our local economy. The Volusia County Council has established a goal of 10 percent use of disadvantaged, minority and women-owned businesses (DBE’s) as part of the County’s vendor pool.

All vendors/contractors wishing to do business in Volusia County are encouraged to use registered/certified DBE’s whenever possible. Disadvantaged Business Enterprise Certification The DBE Program is a Federal Program designed for business owners deemed socially and economically disadvantaged. To achieve DBE status a business must be a minority or female owned; own a minimum of 51% of the company; have day-to-day control of operations; possess an expertise in their work specialty; and have an investment in their company. To certify as a DBE, the business owner cannot have a net worth that exceeds $750,000 (excluding the owner’s business and primary residence).

Registration/certification   All businesses wishing to do business with Volusia County must first be registered with the State of Florida. Certification is availaFor more information, go to: http://www.dot.state.fl.us/equalopportunityoffice and select: Disadvantaged Business Enterprise Application. Projects available through Volusia County    Volusia County has numerous federally funded construction projects each year.



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The Bilingual radio show covers a variety of topics that concern residents of its surrounding cities. Programing includes music, business experts, chamber members, tourism, service organizations and government figures.

In this new wave of technology, you can’t do it all yourself, you have to form alliances. ∼ Carlos Slim Helu.

  • Halifax HealthHalifax Health
  • Rue Ziffra CaldwellRue Ziffra Caldwell
  • UnivisionUnivision
  • La Rumba 100.3La Rumba 100.3
  • Bethune CookmanBethune Cookman
  • Indio DesignsIndio Designs
  • Mi TierraMi Tierra
  • Mi Orgullo LatinoMi Orgullo Latino
  • Halifax Health HospiceHalifax Health Hospice
  • Fair WindsFair Winds
  • Daytona StateDaytona State
  • BB&TBB&T
  • 53 Bank53 Bank
  • Paul Elkind BranzPaul Elkind Branz
  • TempoTempo
  • Valderrama PartnersValderrama Partners
  • VitasVitas
  • WalgreensWalgreens
  • PolitisPolitis
  • Florida Fish HopitalFlorida Fish Hopital
  • LegalShieldLegalShield
  • FL BlindFL Blind
  • HavenHaven
  • ConjuntoConjunto
  • InternalMedInternalMed
  • SanfordOrlandoSanfordOrlando
  • HumanaHumana
  • DBAirportDBAirport
  • DavidMaussDavidMauss
  • RaymondJamesRaymondJames
  • CasitaBakeCasitaBake
  • ChiroChiro
  • Ana G MendezAna G Mendez
  • Family Health SourceFamily Health Source

VHCC advocates for diversity, which empowers the Chamber to speak as a united voice for the business community.

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