An anticipated 120 attendees, mainly small business owners, will gather for the ‘Business & Personal Development Symposium’ under the theme name ”Enhancing Productivity and Profitability” hosted by the Jamaica/USA Chamber of Commerce of Central Florida, Inc. in association with Jamaica National Building Society, Inc. on Thursday, May 21, 2015.
The ‘Business & Personal Development Symposium’ event, being held at the lovely Hilton North Hotel located at 350 Northlake Blvd. in Altamonte Springs from 1:00pm to 6:00pm is designed to have business related speaker presentations and a panel discussion offering viable industry related tips and resources to the audience, which will consist of a body of business people within a variety of industries. A Networking Mixer will follow the Symposium allowing persons in attendance to meet, greet and network one-on-one and more specifically with the presenters and other business oriented attendees. The symposium will provide strategies which aid and enhance the business success of attendees. Music will be provided by outstanding Saxophonist Gilbert Dhennin.
Moderated by Sandy Isaacs, Executive Director of Break Away Moments and Journey of Joy Children’s Events, topics presented will include the following:
“Business Etiquette and Professional Presentation”
• Executive Director of Greetings:
Business Etiquette and Executive Presence Training
• Owner Eti-Keys Training
• Former Director of Toast Masters for the Southern United States
“Presentation by Jamaica National Building Society”
Janice McIntosh, MBA
•Chief Representative Officer, Jamaica National Building Society
“Key Principles in Starting a Business with an Emphasis on Legal Boundaries and Safeguards”
Attorney Nathaniel Friends, Esq.
•Former Dean of Students Affairs – Florida A&M College of Law
•Former Corporate Attorney AT&T International
•Jamaica USA Chamber of Commerce, President
• M. Gill & Associates Inc., Owner and CEO
• MBDA Business Center, Operator and Executive Director
“Marketing Essentials and Role of Media with an Emphasis on Branding.”
•Executive Director and Owner of Infinite Marketing
“State of the Jamaican Diaspora: Current Activities and Opportunities for Development.”
Attorney Wayne Golding
•Diaspora Board Representative for the Southern United States
•Owner, Golding Law Group.
Attend the Jamaica/USA Chamber of Commerce of Central Florida and get ready to grow your business. Come on out to meet, greet and network with other like-minded, local and regional, super business individuals.
Cost of Admission is $25 per person for Non-Members, $20 per person for Members of the JA/USA Chamber of Commerce of Central Florida.
Tickets may be purchased online prior to the event or at the door on the day of the event
Visit the website at www.jusacccf.org for more event details
Contact Heather Chisholm (Pres.) at (321) 947-0798 or Jenn Noyan (Treasurer) at (407) 782-1581