Over 100 top minority executives around the United States are coming at the exclusive businessCEO Sumit 2021 to explore new contracting opportunities with Build Back Better Act
The XX Minority CEO Leadership Summit 2021 on December 20 in the Beautiful Miami Dade County, Florida, and bringing together the nation’s top business leaders, policymakers, federal government public officials, and experts.
The Mission of this XX Miami Edition is how to deal with Federal Government related to the Bipartisan Infrastructure Deal that will rebuild America’s roads, bridges, and rails, expand access to clean drinking water, ensure every American has access to high-speed internet, and invest in communities that have too often been left behind.
Miami, Florida. December 4, 2021. The United States Minority Chamber of Commerce (U.S.MCC) has announced The XX Minority CEO Leadership Summit 2021 which will be held on December 20, 2021, at the Marriott Miami Airport Hotel. This is the 20th annual gathering of Minority CEOs in business and professionals, along with select government leaders, the high tech industry, education, ONG, and global actors. The Summit is known for its program, which inspires and delivers practical advice to enhance minority small business opportunities.
This year the theme of the Summit will be “Investing in the Future of New Generations of Minority Entrepreneurs through the Build Back Better Act Contracting Opportunities”. Focusing on the next generation is at the core of government & corporate responsibility. This Summit provides an opportunity to discuss ways of stimulating growth, unlocking opportunities, and creating an enabling environment for the next generation of Minority CEOs in America.
The XX Minority CEO Leadership Summit 2021, will bring together top leaders from the private sector and the U.S Government, invite moderators, speakers in the one-day Summit to point the way to the qualities that are defining the Future Minority Businesses and Community Development: to experience great culture with impeccable entrepreneurship, innovations and environmental standards, the next great communities that will emerge as tomorrow’s economic powers though new leadership and commitments. You can access: www.ceo-summit.online
Doug Mayorga, President and CEO of the Leadership Team for the U.S. MCC and Chief Strategist, said: “There is a great opportunity for what lies ahead as Minority Leadership will play an increasingly central role in national affairs. Our goal is to understand paths and regulations about the legislation was included in the Bipartisan Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act. There has never been a better time to evolve our hubs of commerce, communications, and cultures into vibrant engines of resiliency to stop the fall of the national economy”.
In this context, The XX Minority CEO Leadership Summit’s agenda will not only discover and share the best practices that are now shaping more opportunities and developments with the Build Back Better Act but also showcase the role that Minority CEO leaders must play to put the economies of their communities and cities back on track and point the way to bring innovation and services to compete in these turbulent times.
About the CEO Summit Miami 2021: A national conference fostering business partnerships between the Federal Government, its prime contractors, and small, minority, service-disabled veteran-owned, veteran-owned, HUBZone, and women-owned businesses. The mission of the magistral summit will be around the Build Back Better Act. Now in its XX edition, the Summit has become the premier event for minority disadvantaged small businesses throughout the United States. Participating firms will have the benefit of marketing their products/services to procurement representatives and small business specialists from government agencies.
About the Chamber: The United States Minority Chamber of Commerce has been incorporated as a private, independent, and inclusive nonprofit business organization founded in 20000 and provides advocacy and support for minority businesses throughout all of our nation. As a non-public funding institution has been providing leadership from the minority businesses (Latino, African Americans, Women and Asian Americans ) with headquarters in Washington DC, and operative centers in Los Angeles, Miami, New York, Puerto Rico, Mexico, Honduras, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, and Colombia. The Chamber specializes in education, connectivity, and providing conferences in the delivery of trade, procurement opportunities, and investment through public-private partnerships. For more information: www.minoritychamber.net
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