Conexion Americas, Belmont University and the Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce have partnered once again for !AVANCE 2006!, this year the topic is “Strategies for Success in the United States” specially designed for the Hispanic Community to learn, interact and network in their own language.
The unique event which will empower and provide strategies to the Hispanic community to be self sustainable will be this coming Saturday, June 10 at 10:00 a.m. at Neely Dining Hall at Belmont’s Massey Business School. Dr. Joachim Posada who will give thee keynote address is an internationally recognized speaker. Who has conducted management seminars for Fortune 500 companies for more than 25 years, author of the book "How to Survive Among Piranhas: How to Get What You Want With What You Have" and a prestigious consultant who has been involved with the Milwaukee Bucks, Los Angeles Lakers and the Panamanian Olympic team; will motivate the estimated 300 attendees to take action by providing basic strategies for success.
“As the United States continues the vital discussion about the role of immigrants in our country, Conexión Américas through !AVANCE! Strategies for Success in the U.S.; continues its approach of empowering the Hispanic community with tools that allow them to be self-sustainable and contributing members to our community and economy.” Said Jose Gonzalez, Executive Director of Conexion Americas.
!Avance! provides a great venue to market and interact with Nashville’s Hispanic community for its sponsors and supporters. Sponsors in Corporate America that have recognized the need for such a program in our community include: SunTrust Bank, The City Paper, Southeast Financial Credit Union, Waller Landsden Dorch & Davis, the Tennessee Department of Economic Development and Media Mail.
Break Out Topics include:
* “Strategies to be successful as a business owner”;
* “Hispanic women in the 21st century”;
* “Breaking the silence: Education about personal finances”;
* “The rules of the game: What recent Hispanic immigrants need to know about living in the U.S.”;
* “Employment: ideas for maximizing your potential”
This conference is a service of Cónexion Américas, in Spanish, free or charge and open to the public with prior registration.