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California Hispanic Chambers convention opened with International Trade Day

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The California Hispanic Chambers of Commerce held its annual convention in Orange County from Aug. 13-15 where more than 3,000 entrepreneurs, small business advocates, and corporate representatives gathered to learn about the latest trends in business development, network with other business professionals, and gain insights into growing and maintaining a successful business.

The first day of the convention, which was dubbed "International Trade Day," featured panel discussions focused on getting convention attendees thinking about international trade as a way to expand their businesses. The first panel included entrepreneurs that have found success in cross-border trade who relayed their first-hand experiences, including successes, challenges, and best practices.

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