SAN DIEGO, Dec. 10 /PRNewswire-HISPANIC PR WIRE/ — The Hispanic Chamber of E-Commerce (HISCEC) has joined forces with the Green Technology Alliance (GTA) to promote the increased adoption of sustainable business practices.
“The GTA is focused on supporting all who desire to gain exposure for their emerging green, clean and sustainable technologies as well as those that wish to operate more efficiently,” Michelle Naquin, GTA CEO, said. “The GTA is proud to partner with HISCEC. The real benefit of the HISCEC approach is the resources they offer to help Hispanic businesses be successful.”
This strategic partnership will ensure even more resources for HISCEC Hispanic business and Hispanic entrepreneur members. The HISCEC will utilize GTA’s network and expertise to provide additional opportunities for members to leverage green techniques, such as e-commerce and technology usage, into enhanced business success.
“The Hispanic Chamber of E-Commerce has partnered with the Green Technology Alliance to support Hispanic-owned businesses committed to incorporating sustainable economic development strategies as part of their business models,” Tayde Aburto, HISCEC President and Marketing Director, said.
The GTA will participate in the HISCEC´s Business and Technology Expo on September 10 & 11, 2010 at the San Diego Convention Center as guest speakers. GTA representatives will educate attendees on green solutions that enhance reduced costs, improved efficiency and greater productivity.
About the Green Technology Alliance
The GTA operates with the mission to drive the accelerated adoption of green, clean and sustainable business practices, technologies and solutions. The GTA provides programs and services that empower organizations to implement a fundamentally more effective and efficient operating structure. For more information about the GTA visit the website: www.greentechnologyalliance.org
About the Hispanic Chamber of E-Commerce
The HISCEC is an online Hispanic business association focused on promoting businesses via the Internet and through the use of e-business tools. The HISCEC facilitates transformation of small business to e-business, promotes e-commerce transactions, enables small businesses to interact more closely with customers and suppliers, allows higher degrees of specialization, provides access to national and international markets and promotes distance learning programs to educate its members. For more information about the HISCEC visit www.hiscec.com.
The 2010 Business and Technology Expo will expand the Hispanic market frontier by providing a venue for businesses to enhance their relationships, research the market for the leading products and services and learn about the latest best business practices. For more information about the Expo visit www.hbshowcase.com.
SOURCE Hispanic Chamber of E-Commerce