The event’s keynote speaker —William Talbert III, President/CEO of the Greater Miami Convention and Visitors Bureau— will share positive news concerning continued growth in the travel, tourism and hospitality employment levels.
William Talbert III, President/CEO of the Greater Miami Convention and Visitors Bureau
Miami, Florida | Miami Empresarial magazine, South Florida’s upscale bilingual business publication, is once again joining forces with the Doral Chamber of Commerce (DCC) as a media partner for the chamber’s upcoming Power Luncheon, featuring William Talbert III, President/CEO of the Greater Miami Convention and Visitors Bureau (GMCVB), as the keynote speaker. This month’s high-voltage business networking event, scheduled to begin at 11:30 am on Wednesday, October 23rd, 2013 at the Divieto Italian-American Fusion Restaurant in the City of Doral.
“The Doral Chamber of Commerce is committed to bringing high level community leaders to the City of Doral to provide awareness to our local business community,” commented
Clarence Bird, Jr. Executive Director of the Doral Chamber of Commerce. “This month, we are honored to have Mr. Bill Talbert, President & CEO of GMCVB, who will report on how Greater Miami’s accommodations and food service jobs increased in 2013 compared to the same period in 2012 —marking three years and 7 months of consecutive increased employment” in the area’s travel, tourism and hospitality industry.
William Talbert III heads the Greater Miami Convention and Visitors Bureau, the official destination marketing organization for Greater Miami and the Beaches whose mission is to attract, encourage and induce all persons and organizations to visit the area for conventions, business and pleasure. A private, not-for-profit entity, the GMCVB is a private-public partnership with more than 1,000 private business members and four local governments: Miami-Dade, City of Miami Beach, City of Miami and the Village of Bal Harbour.
“This month, we are honored to have Mr. Bill Talbert, President & CEO of GMCVB, who will report on how Greater Miami’s accommodations and food service jobs increased in 2013 compared to the same period in 2012 —marking three years and 7 months of consecutive increased employment” in the area’s travel, tourism and hospitality industry. — Clarence Bird, Jr. Executive Director of the Doral Chamber of Commerce
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“We are pleased to collaborate with and support the Doral Chamber of Commerce in its mission to promote and expand commercial activity throughout the vibrant City of Doral and, in fact, throughout all of South Florida,” said Arquimedes Trujillo, MiamiEmpresarial’s Publisher. “We thank the DCC for the opportunity to work with them on a wide range of activities and congratulate Clarence Bird, Jr., Carmen Lopez, Manny Sarmiento, and the chamber staff for bringing the business community together with local leaders like William Talbert III through events of this caliber.”
“We are pleased to collaborate with and support the Doral Chamber of Commerce in its mission to promote and expand commercial activity throughout the vibrant City of Doral and, in fact, throughout all of South Florida,” said Arquimedes Trujillo, MiamiEmpresarial’s Publisher
Click on the photo below to view our Previous High Voltage Power Luncheon coverage with MIA Director Emilio T. González and South Florida Logistics Services, Executive V. P. Manny Fernandez
Miami-Dade Aviation Director Emilio T. Gonzalez
Manny Sarmiento and Carmen Lopez
ABOUT THE DORAL CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: Established in 2008 by Manny Sarmiento and Carmen Lopez, the DCC’s focus has always been to expand and facilitate its members’ access to commercial opportunities through seminars, workshops, networking events, and other social and educational events. The DCC board and staff is continuously gauging its members’ needs and the prevailing economic environment, in order to offer the most concerted guidance and service as well as the most advanced business resources and tools like those found in the new “eWorld” —internet communities, online social relationships and education via the web that provide the most efficient and effective ways to market a business in today’s marketplace. To contact the Doral Chamber of Commerce, please visit http://www.doralchamberofcommerce.org
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