A graduation breakfast for the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce’s Digital Empowerment and Acceleration for Latin@ Entrepreneurs program, otherwise known as DEALE, recently took place in Belmont’s Massey boardroom. The event featured a number of guest speakers giving advice on small businesses and congratulating the graduates.
Dr. Sarah Gardial, dean of the Massey College of Business, and Dr. Charlie Apigian, director of the Belmont Data Collaborative, were two of the speakers giving advice at the breakfast.
The 15-week DEALE program aims to help small, Hispanic, minority and women-owned companies perform better in the digital world with set goals of increasing their sales, improving their client relationship and facilitating better business and work team management.
For more information, visit the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce’s website.