Doral Partners with CAMACOL to Launch Small Business Affiliate Membership
Doral, FL – The City of Doral and Camacol Doral have joined forces to present a new membership offer for small and micro-owned businesses in Doral. The special, free membership runs September 1, 2021 to December 31, 2021 and includes various benefits to help the smaller business with the support they need to succeed, especially following the pandemic.
- Quarterly Affiliate networking events
- Free access to Camacol Doral Webinars
- Company listing on the Camacol Doral page
- One Ad in the monthly Camacol Doral newsletter
- A private Facebook Group for members
“Our innovative, Small Business Affiliate Membership initiative, underwritten 100% by Camacol Doral, is our way to show solidarity with the small, micro-owned businesses in Doral still struggling to recover from COVID-19,” stated Pete De La Torre, CEO of Camacol Doral.
As a member of Camacol Doral, local businesses will have the opportunity of being a member of the Latin Chamber of Commerce of the United States, Camacol, enjoying benefits from the chamber’s partnerships with important entities like the City of Doral, the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA), Career Source of South Florida and many others.
“Since Camacol Doral launched in August 2020, the City has collaborated closely with the chamber to offer local businesses with programming and networking opportunities to help them thrive,” stated Mayor Juan Carlos Bermudez. “This new membership allows for even more businesses that may be struggling to take advantage of the many benefits and resources for free as they prepare to move into the new year.”
The application is available online. To apply, submit application to email@example.com.
CAMACOL is the largest Hispanic business organization in the State of Florida and one of the most influential minority business groups in the United States. For five decades, CAMACOL’s mission has been and is to foster the entrepreneurial spirit of Florida’s Hispanic and minority communities, and as such, it conducts programs to strengthen local business activity, promote economic development, facilitate international commerce, and serve the civic needs of the community and state.