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“Thriving In a Changing Economy”

On Wednesday, February 11, 2009, at Hilton Americas – Houston, the Houston Minority Business Council (HMBC) is dedicated in bringing you one of the most pertinent current marketplace topics, “Thriving In a Changing Economy.” We see a bright future for Houston’s minority business enterprises (MBEs) and corporations as we partner together to embrace our annual theme, “Thriving Through Change.”

Our speaker, Dan Parsons, President, Better Business Bureau, will bring his charismatic style as he delivers his message of positive expectations as we all prepare to enter a year quite differently from our recent past. He will inspire you, while at the same time, give you the tools that you will need in your individual businesses to better equip you for the opportunities that lay ahead. “No sane person will debate that 2009 will be a year of challenge for business. But in that spirit, and with the pooled resources and diversity of both the minority business community and the Houston area’s established business leadership, we will take the perceived adversity of a bad economy and once again show why Houston is the greatest American business city – as those of us living here well know!”

What Mr. Parson’s statement above shows is that his professional affiliations prepare him to address today’s current marketplace trends and how to meet them head-on to achieve your 2009 business plans, goals and objectives. You don’t want to miss this dynamic speaker as he prepares and organizes your thinking for 2009!

SPECIAL MBEs Gilbert Santana, President, Staffing Connection, Inc. and Dr. Wendy Johnson, President, Emerge Consulting Group will share their insight on how they plan to approach this exciting year and thrive!

Start 2009
“Thriving In a Changing Economy”
Wednesday, February 11, 2009
Networking Luncheon
Hilton Americas – Houston
1600 Lamar
Houston, TX 77010

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