Thriving small and minority businesses are essential elements of the Puget Sound regional economy – and the economic recovery is creating many opportunities for established business owners as well as entrepreneurs.
The 5th annual Small and Minority Business Conference , to be held Friday, May 21st at the Grand Hyatt Seattle, provides resources and guidance to help small and minority-owned businesses tap into the economic power. All corporations, business, nonprofit and government professionals are encouraged to attend.
Keynote speakers include Bob Drewel, Puget Sound Regional Council and Earl W. Overstreet II, General Microsystems, Inc. Conference participants include Dow Constantine, King County Executive; Everett Mayor Stephanson; Rob Holland, Port of Seattle Commissioner; Steve Johnson, Acting Director of Seattle’s Office of Economic Development; and many more.
At the conference, participants will be able to:
- Experience educational panels
- Engage with regional business leaders
- Find business resources and partnering opportunities
- Join in effective networking
- Meet government officials and corporate leaders
- Discover tools to grow your business
Click here to learn more about the conference.