- The CEO Summit is a classic event to be held next Friday, May 27, 2022, and expecting more than 100 attendees from different economic sectors nationwide.
- The goal of this XX Edition is to discover everything you need to win new federal business through essentials that cover the federal budget, solicitation, spending activities, market intelligence, and more related to the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act into law.
Miami, Florida, May 17, 2022 – The U.S Minority Chamber of Commerce (USMCC) continues to expand its line-up of featured guest speakers addressing the prestigious XX Edition of The Minority CEO of the America Summit 2022, May 27, 2022, at the wonderful world trade center by the Chamber located in Miami Dade County, Florida.
The USMCC’s Executive Committee is pleased to announce the speaker lineup for the XX edition of the Minority CEO of the America Summit Bi-annual featuring guest speaker Mr. Paul. E. Ross, Director and Principal of the Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization, U.S. Department of Energy. After his presentation to the honorable guests will hear from expert panelists who will begin the discussion around the importance of building relationships with the U.S. Department of Energy.
“The diverse group of CEO in attendance will hear from speakers from a variety of backgrounds, each offering unique angles and anecdotes on relationship-building with Federal Government Public Officials in the Rebuilding America, The Next Phase of Infrastructure,” Doug Mayorga, CEO of the U.S. MCC, said. “The past edition has completely altered the way we engage with one another caused by the pandemic, but the importance and value of connecting with each other remain the same as a part of the pillar of the Chamber. We are proud to, once again, join the Chamber to host a powerful and meaningful CEO summit in the lovely Miami.”
The CEO Summit Miami 2022 explores ways to empower minority business owns sharing stories on the front lines of change, and examples of CEOs who have presided over this great awakening in global leadership. This XX Summit has a wide-ranging list of issues that still impact small businesses today, from economic development and public service to the wage gap and the absence of contracting opportunities.
The CEO Summit Miami 2022– a convening of mighty minority business leaders, entrepreneurs, investors, public officials, and high-level corporate executives who will move with their provocative first-person storytelling and shake up with a new vision for years to come. This year’s invited speakers include Ms. Jorge Mas, CEO of Mas Construction, Max Alvarez CEO of the Sunshine Gasoline Distributors, Mr. Farooq A. Mitha, Director & Principal of the Office of Small Business Department of Defense, the Honorable Secretary of Environment, Michael S. Regan, Martha L. Crawford, Supplier Diversity Manager/ Sikorsky, a Lockheed Martin Company and many others.
About the CEO Summit Miami 2022: This is the national stage for celebrating business minority’s voices around the nation and will feature an awards ceremony in the evening to recognize national icons working towards igniting opportunity, sustainable economies, and next generation enterprise goals through their core businesses and public service. The U.S Minority Chamber invites businesses interested in participating and sponsoring the next generation of minority enterprises innovating for a new, sustainable economy of innovation and opportunity. For more information visit our website: https://www.ceo-summit.online/.
About USMCC: Founded in Miami Dade in 2000, the mission of the USMCC is to build lasting prosperity for minority businesses in the U.S. through expansion of trade, public-private partnership and contracting development, and implementation of good practices that are the hallmark of the U.S entrepreneurial spirit. The biggest obstacles to economic engagement and development for U.S. minority businesses are a lack of direction and connections and the unknown/perceived risks in the federal government market. USMCC is focused on helping companies mitigate these risks through advocacy and access – and by identifying business opportunities.
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