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BBMC Annual Networking Golf Tournament

Big Bend Minority Chamber of Commerce

Annual Networking Golf Tournament

 

Co-Sponsors: Access Florida, Comcast Communications, Pittman Law Group, Tallahassee Democrat, ABC 27 WTXL.

Location: Hilaman Golf Course

Date: Friday, August 1st, 2014

Time: 8:30 am – 12:00 noon

Goal: To attract golfing enthusiasts at all levels to enjoy a day on the links. The gold tournament will present the perfect opportunity to entertain existing and new business clients. The tournament will also provide a networking opportunity with community and business leaders. Awards will go to the first and second place teams and prizes will be competed for throughout the golf course. Additionally, a luncheon will be a tournament feature as well as refreshments. Proceeds will benefit the Big Bend Minority Chamber of Commerce.

Needs: The BBMC would appreciate your consideration of these requests and invite you to join us and/or support this event by becoming a sponsor, by donating a prize, or by making a cash donation that will be used to support this event. For more information on any of these options, please contact the BBMC at 850-577-0789.

 

Big Bend Minority Chamber of Commerce

Annual Networking Golf Tournament

 

Co-Sponsors: Access Florida, Comcast Communications, Pittman Law Group, Tallahassee Democrat, ABC 27 WTXL.

Location: Hilaman Golf Course

Date: Friday, August 1st, 2014

Time: 8:30 am – 12:00 noon

Goal: To attract golfing enthusiasts at all levels to enjoy a day on the links. The gold tournament will present the perfect opportunity to entertain existing and new business clients. The tournament will also provide a networking opportunity with community and business leaders. Awards will go to the first and second place teams and prizes will be competed for throughout the golf course. Additionally, a luncheon will be a tournament feature as well as refreshments. Proceeds will benefit the Big Bend Minority Chamber of Commerce.

Needs: The BBMC would appreciate your consideration of these requests and invite you to join us and/or support this event by becoming a sponsor, by donating a prize, or by making a cash donation that will be used to support this event. For more information on any of these options, please contact the BBMC at 850-577-0789.

http://mybbmc.org/bbmc-events-2/

TechTopics Series

The Leon County R&D Authority (LCRDA) hosts periodic TechTopics events where members of the research, engineering, and business community are brought together to discuss relevant related topics. The LCRDA is  focused on working with its higher education partners, FSU, FAMU, and TCC, to help to facilitate technology commercialization and job creation in Leon County.  Recent topics have focused on the experiences of startup businesses, the entrepreneurial ecosystem of the community, and building a technology commercialization pipeline, and feature a different asset in Innovation Park, like the Florida Center for Advanced Aeropropulsion and the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory.

Join our mailing list to get an invitation to the next event and join the discussion!

The Leadership Institute

The Division of Workforce Development’s Leadership Institute promotes the development and training of existing and emerging leaders in the region.  Through its tailored programs and services, the Leadership Institute is committed to identifying and nurturing the next generation of leaders.  A variety of leadership programs, ranging from a one-day event to a 12-month program, are offered each year.

https://www.tcc.fl.edu/Current/Academics/WorkforceDevelopment/Leadership-Institute/Pages/default.aspx


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CareerSource Capital Region Startup Quest Program

Startup Quest™ is a 10-week hands-on learning experience for unemployed and underemployed educated professionals. The program provides an introduction to the processes required to form a startup company and develop a commercialization strategy for innovative technologies.

The most important ingredient of a successful Startup Quest™ training program is the mentor that works with  each team. Mentors assist participants in the design and development of business plans around cutting-edge technologies.

Mentors come from technology-based industries, such as software, information technology/information systems, aerospace, advanced materials and coatings, nanotechnology, robotics, medical devices, biotechnology, and life sciences.

Selected mentors have experience in bringing a new technology to market, as this is fundamental to the program.

http://www.careersourcecapitalregion.com/employers/programs/startup-quest

This resource may not charge a fee
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Advice Straight Up

The Jim Moran Institute for Global Entrepreneurship created Advice Straight Up: An Expert Entrepreneur Speaker Series to provide business leaders, non-profit CEOs, and entrepreneurs access to nationally recognized speakers who can share their experiences in launching new ventures and building innovative businesses. These accomplished speakers not only demonstrate genuine passion for entrepreneurship, but will also share practical, valuable insight about surviving in today’s aggressive business marketplace.

http://jmi.fsu.edu/Outreach/Advice-Straight-Up


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