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MDHCC Launches New Roundtable Series for Business Leaders

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MDHCC Launches New Roundtable Series for Business Leaders
 

 

Baltimore, MD—April 11, 2018—The Maryland Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (MDHCC), the leading chamber of commerce representing and connecting over 60,000 Hispanic-owned businesses in the region, will launch its Roundtable series on May 11th from 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. at OneSource in Beltsville, Maryland with an orientation and information session. The MDHCC Roundtable is designed for business leaders and business owners who are MDHCC members and who desire to improve their performance and that of their businesses with the help of a strong support network and facilitated discussions. The Roundtable is part of the MDHCC’s Business Advocacy & Mentorship (BAM!) program expansion strategy.

The series consists of structured monthly meetings that provide members with the opportunity to find strategic and tactical solutions to their business challenges with the help of fellow business leaders in a safe, collaborative environment. Registration for the Roundtable Information Session is required and it’s available here: www.mdhcc.org/event/2018-May-Roundtable. Interested MDHCC members should:

  • Register and attend the Roundtable Information Session
  • Complete the short questionnaire available during registration
  • Commit to attending 10-12 sessions throughout the year
  • Pay the discounted $250 tuition investment (normally $450) during orientation

“The MDHCC Roundtable Series is a hands-on benefit for our members,” said MDHCC Chairman & President, Jorge E. Castillo. “From one end, our business owners, founders and C.E.O.s will have a practical venue comprised of like-minded and experienced colleagues that will function as an advisory board which recommends strategic solutions for the real business problems he or she is experiencing,” he continued. “From the other, it’s a mentorship opportunity for participating members to share their entrepreneurial experiences, successes and failures, as the basis for solutions to business challenges being presented at the Roundtable. It’s no longer ‘lonely at the top’,” he concluded.

The Roundtable membership is limited to twelve to fifteen participants from non-competing businesses to provide an intimate and productive environment, designed to help each member harness positive outcomes for their unique business needs. MDHCC members are encouraged to register while spaces last.

The subsequent meetings will take place on the second Friday of each month in Prince George’s County. The discounted tuition of $250 for all the sessions will only be available to the inaugural class. Tuition for future cohorts will be $450 per member for the year. MDHCC encourages its members to take advantage of this deep discount by registering now. The BAM! Committee is accepting additional sponsors to host future meetings in convenient venues throughout the state. For more information on sponsorship opportunities, visit www.mdhcc.org/Roundtable_Sponsor or email Juan Barbarán, MDHCC Vice Chair and Director of Partnerships and Memberships, at memberships@mdhcc.org.

 

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About the Maryland Hispanic Chamber of Commerce: The Maryland Hispanic Chamber of Commerce is the premier state-wide institution for the representation and advancement of business interests before the public and private sectors. The Maryland Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (MDHCC) focuses on developing a business network that provides the Hispanic community and the business community at large with cohesion and strength. The MDHCC delivers its members with the three proven “P’s” to propel businesses towards success: Promotion, Partnerships and Procurement Advice.

Since its inception, the MDHCC has worked towards bringing the issues and concerns of the state’s thousands of Hispanic-owned businesses to the forefront of the state’s economic agenda. Throughout its 30-year history, the Chamber has enjoyed outstanding working relationships with the state’s Administration, the state legislature and its leaders, Members of Maryland’s Congressional delegation and the current and former White House Administrations. Through its association with a network of local Hispanic Chambers of Commerce and Hispanic business organizations, the MDHCC effectively communicates the needs and potential of Hispanic and non-Hispanic enterprises to the public and private sector. For more information visit www.mdhcc.org.



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