On November 6th, business, education, non-profit and government leaders are gathering to connect and hear about new global initiatives in Metro Tucson, including the launch of the new Global Chamber Tucson. Attendees will hear Mayor Jonathan Rothschild, Tucson Hispanic Chamber President Lea Marquez-Peterson, Mexico Consul General Ricardo Pineda Albarran and others share global initiatives, including the new Global Chamber.
"It takes a village to grow globally, and this is a top cross section of the global movers and shakers in Tucson", said Doug Bruhnke, CEO/founder of Global Chamber. "Our focus is on collaboration to get more companies involved, help them be more successful and allow more people to have a global career, and I'm proud that we can assemble such an extraordinary group of leaders who can articulate 'why global', and update us on the latest and greatest."
The event is free to the business public. It is set for November 6th, 4-6pm at Connect Coworking in downtown Tucson. More here: http://tucsongoesglobal.eventbrite.com/
There is networking time, speakers and plenty of global fun. Join us!
Global connecting, plus speakers:
Mayor Jonathan Rothschild: "On the Border"
Doug Bruhnke, CEO of Global Chamber: "It Takes a Village"
Mexico Consul General Ricardo Pineda Albarran: "New Opportunities"
Lea Marquez-Peterson, CEO of Tucson Hispanic Chamber: "Trade"
Leader from Visit Tucson: "Visit, Shop & Enjoy"
Eric Nielsen, U.S. Commercial Service: "Exporting and Investment"
Stefan Baumann, Port of Tucson: "Bringing the Ocean to Tucson"
Great food and fun by... El Guero Canejo.