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To promote and develop business growth for members and to provide access to the Hispanic market.

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Hispanics in Greater Sacramento

Learn more from our 2023 Economic Report

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Hispanic Population
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0%

Under the age of 18
Hispanic Residents
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583,658 Reside in the Greater
Sacramento Region
Median Family Income
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$0

Hispanic Households
Heritage & Citizenship
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Hispanics <18 born in the US and/or are US citizens 96%
Hispanics Living in Sac
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0%

Are of Mexican Heritage

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The Sacramento Hispanic Chamber of Commerce continues to be one of the most valuable partnerships businesses can use to expand their reach in the greater Sacramento Region.

Each month we connect members with the largest minority population in the State of California and offer a multitude of ways to enhance your business, including contracting opportunities, educational workshops, networking, and so much more.

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Mil gracias Telemundo 33!

Mil gracias Telemundo 33!¡ Sacramento Hispanic Chamber of Commerce te invita este 2 de mayo a la 52ª edición de los premios Salud! 🏆

La Cámara de Comercio de Sacramento transformara César Chávez Plaza en un destino que muestra nuestra cultura latina a través del arte, la música, la comida y la comunidad. 🎉🪇🎺🍴🪅✨

Para más información visita 📲💻 sachcc.org/salud/

#JuntosSacramento #PremiosSalud2024
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Thanks to our friends from Sacramento Republic FC, we are giving away tickets to this Saturdays home game versus FC Tulsa at Heart Health Park, game start at 7:00 PM. 

Sign up to win at https://bit.ly/3VQDGMU

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Thanks to our friends from Sacramento Republic FC, we are giving away tickets to this Saturday's home game versus FC Tulsa at Heart Health Park, game start at 7:00 PM.

Sign up to win at bit.ly/3VQDGMU

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4 days ago
The Brookings Institution 2024 Metro Monitor Report recognized Greater Sacramento as a national leader in equitable economic growth, ranking within the top 20 for economic performance across five broad categories: growth, prosperity, overall inclusion, racial inclusion and geographic inclusion.
Greater Sacramento Economic Council

"The Brookings Institution 2024 Metro Monitor Report recognized Greater Sacramento as a national leader in equitable economic growth, ranking within the top 20 for economic performance across five broad categories: growth, prosperity, overall inclusion, racial inclusion and geographic inclusion."
Greater Sacramento Economic Council🎉Huge accolade given to the region this week!!🎉 The Brookings Institution 2024 Metro Monitor Report recognized Greater Sacramento as a national leader in equitable economic growth, ranking within the top 20 for economic performance across five broad categories: growth, prosperity, overall inclusion, racial inclusion and geographic inclusion👏

In a remarkable advancement from the previous year, the region has improved its standings across several key areas:

Prosperity: Prosperity has seen a substantial boost, moving up 11 places in the rankings from #28 in 2023 to #17 in 2024. Notably, the region now boasts the second highest decrease in relative poverty rate in the country (-5%), a testament to the region’s improvements in economic equity.

Inclusion: Inclusion has also seen significant improvements, with the region ranking #4 in the country. The median income in the region’s underserved neighborhoods grew by $7,232. The racial employment gap rate decreased by 4.3% and the racial poverty gap decreased by 3.8%, showing the region’s progress toward reducing economic disparities across the region. The region is also now #3 for geographic inclusion (up from #14 in 2023).

Growth & Productivity: A key highlight from the report is the growth of Sacramento’s Gross Metropolitan Product (GMP), which has surged by 2% from 2012 – 2022. This leap is supported by a 13.4% change in Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) productivity and a 14.8% increase in the average annual wage.

Learn more in our latest press release: www.greatersacramento.com/greater-sacramento-region-recognized-as-a-national-leader-in-equitable-...

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