Nat’l Puerto Rican CofC, partners with CUD to grow footprint
In an effort to show its “continued focus” on small business development and expansion in Puerto Rico, the National Puerto Rican Chamber of Commerce has partnered with the United Retailers Association (CUD in Spanish) to organically grow its local footprint, executives said.
“The NPR Chamber is very excited about its partnership with the CUD,” said Joel Berrocal, the NPR Chamber’s national director of small business development.
“With their long history of supporting Puerto Rico’s small business ecosystem, we feel this partnership allows the NPR Chamber to organically grow its footprint in Puerto Rico and provide more value to our small business members. Together, we can truly accomplish a lot of good for small businesses in Puerto Rico,” he said.
Meanwhile, CUD President, Jesus E. Vázquez said, “We need to join forces to help improve and develop small and medium business owners and entrepreneurs. We will exchange resources, information, technology and provide tools through seminars and workshops for the optimal development of businesses in Puerto Rico”.