“We are thrilled to be a member of the Hispanic Chamber and value the relationship our two organizations have built over the past several years,” said Peter Benoist, Enterprise Financial Services president and CEO. “The Chamber plays a vital role for St. Louis commerce by bringing together the growing and entrepreneurial Hispanic business community and the region’s businesses. “
The $30,000 commitment will be paid in $10,000 increments over the next three years. In recognition of the gift, a conference room will be named the Enterprise Bank & Trust Board Room at the HCCSTL Centene Technology Center, which is the Chamber’s headquarters located at 3611 South Grand, Suite 105, St. Louis, Mo., 63118.
Karlos Ramirez, HCCSTL executive director, said, “Members like Enterprise Bank & Trust help us build an awareness with local businesses and corporations about how we can work together to make St. Louis a viable and stronger place to encourage the growth of Hispanic-owned businesses and to attract and retain the talent of Hispanic professionals.”
Enterprise Financial operates commercial banking and wealth management businesses in metropolitan St. Louis, Kansas City and Phoenix. Enterprise is primarily focused on serving the needs of privately held businesses, their owner families, executives and professionals. For more information, visit www.enterprisebank.com.
Incorporated on April 28, 1982, the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Metropolitan St. Louis strives to promote the economic development of Hispanic-owned businesses and improve business opportunities for all in the St. Louis region. The Hispanic Chamber fulfills this mission by increasing the competitiveness of its member businesses in local, state and international markets. The Hispanic Chamber is the cornerstone for the Hispanic business community, and looks to participate in present and future business developments of metropolitan St. Louis. For more information, visit www.hccstl.com.