The Hispanic Business & Economic Council is a research and education institution – a think tank – dedicated to providing an environment to conduct strategic thinking, research, and education.
The purpose of the Hispanic Business & Economic Council is to provide research-based strategic solutions, and education to serve leaders of Hispanic descent, government officials, business leaders, and the general public. Through research, open forums, case studies, and education the Council’s main focus is to present solutions on issues affecting Americans of Hispanic descent in the areas of economics, government, politics, education, and small business.
The strategy of the Council is to formulate case studies and research based on the principles of entrepreneurship, traditional family values, educational opportunity, leadership, and limited government. By strategically marketing these finding the Council’s intend is to reach Hispanic leaders, educators, young professionals, business executives, entrepreneurs, journalists, members of Congress, policymakers, and all citizens interested in issues affecting Americans of Hispanic descent.