State Senator Oscar Braynon II, incoming Democratic Leader for the State of Florida, is inviting all South Florida business owners and professionals to his free 2016 “Braynon Business Brunch,” in partnership with the Miami-Dade Chamber of Commerce (MDCC) and Florida International University (FIU).
An expected 100 business professionals will have the opportunity to make business connections with key decision makers of South Florida, and learn the specific ins and outs about the Request for Proposal (RFP) process, how to become Minority Business Enterprise (MBE) certified, and other beneficial business tips that will result in business growth and success. During the brunch, guests will be engaged with an enlightening panel discussion that will breakout into a resource fair, allowing guests to have one-one interactions with the panelists and brunch on-site community partners.
New Birth Baptist Church
2300 NW 135 Street,
Miami, FL 33167
Date: Saturday, October 15, 2016
RSVP is REQUIRED at 2016Braynon Business Brunch.Eventbrite.com
Welcome Reception & Registration 9:30 a.m. – 10 a.m.
Business Brunch 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
State Senator Oscar Braynon was elected to the Florida Senate to represent Senate District 36 in March of 2011. District 36 encompasses the majority of Northeast Miami-Dade County and parts of Southern Broward County. Prior to being elected in his current position, Senator Braynon served as the State Representative for District 103. He has also served as a City of Miami Summer Youth Employment Counselor, providing pre-employment training to disadvantaged youth, and has volunteered with Habitat for Humanity, Special Olympics, Boys and Girls Clubs of America, 100 Black Men of America, the United Way and he is a mentor for the 5000 Role Models. Senator Braynon is always working hard in and out of the legislature to ensure fairness for not only his constituents but every resident of Florida. When he is not working to improve the lives of the citizens of Senate District 36, Senator Braynon serves as a Governmental Consultant for LSN Partners
Community Partners include: The Miami-Dade Chamber of Commerce, Florida International University (FIU), Lauderhill Regional Chamber of Commerce, Florida Minority Supply Development Council, The Beacon Council, Young Professional Network of Miami and OIC of South Florida.