The Northeast Ohio Hispanic Center for Economic Development (NEOHCED) is committed to equitable asset building in Cleveland’s Latino, and other underserved communities, by providing economic and entrepreneurial technical assistance, training, and advocacy.
NEOHCED is a host organization to the Small Business Development Centers program, the Northeast Ohio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce and is the lead organization for the redevelopment and placemaking initiative, La Villa Hispana
For close to 40 years, the Northeast Ohio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce has represented the Latino and non-Latino business community in Northeast Ohio by providing advocacy, connections to diverse suppliers and buyers, and networking opportunities. Our chamber actively promotes the economic growth, development, and interests of our membership portfolio and stakeholder alliances.
The Hispanic Business Center (HBC) assists all business owners in achieving their goals-regardless of age, race, income level, gender or company size. HBC is home to Northeast Ohio’s only Latino Small Business Development Center (SBDC). Our business advisors specialize in Business Advising, Capital Source Identification, Business Plan Development, Marketing strategies, Strategic Planning, Business Certifications, Financial Projections, Business Assessment Valuation, Loan Packaging, and Accounting.
Our community development work empowers individuals and groups of people with the skills they need and have to effect change and build stronger, more resilient local communities. The goal of our work is to drive economic and social advancement opportunities that help families achieve financial stability and economic mobility.
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La Villa Hispana (“La Villa”) embodies the long-cultivated collective vision for a vibrant, authentic, and inclusive Latino cultural district in the heart of the Clark-Fulton neighborhood that will serve as both an anchor and a magnet.