The National Society of Hispanic MBAs Launches "2012, the Year of Innovation"
NSHMBA Will Unveil New Strategies and Services to Fortune 500 Partners Feb. 2 in Orlando FL
DALLAS, Jan. 20, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The National Society of Hispanic MBAs, well known and regarded for its annual Conference and Career Expo, will host its 2012 launch event, Feb. 2 at the Rosen Centre, Orlando FL.
Invited guests for this event include the NSHMBA Corporate Advisory Board, Fortune 500 partners, local elected officials, the Orlando Chamber of Commerce, the Business Dean from Florida International University, and many central Florida companies.
NSHMBA CEO Manny Gonzalez explained the importance of the launch event, "2012 is our year of 'innovation' because NSHMBA is going to introduce a number of new services and events that will enable our corporate partners to recruit premium talent more efficiently and effectively while expanding their brand affinity with the Hispanic community, the fastest growing consumer segment in our economy."
As a complement to the exciting nature of the event, high-value door prizes, including iPads, iPods, and NSHMBA memberships will be given away at the kick-off reception. Additional information and registration for the kick-off reception is available at https://www.nshmba.org/2012kickoff
Orlando will be the site of three of NSHMBAs 2012 events:
- The "2012, the Year of Innovation" launch event February 2 at the Rosen Centre.
- The second annual Healthcare Summit, themed "The Business Side of Healthcare: Accelerating Hispanic Wellness," May 17-18 at Walt Disney World.
- The 24th Annual Conference and Career Expo October 4-6 at the Orange County Convention Center.
About The National Society of Hispanic MBAs
The National Society of Hispanic MBAs (NSHMBA) was created in 1985 as a non-profit organization.
Widely known as the "Premier Hispanic Organization," NSHMBA serves 37 chapters and nearly 15,000* members in the U.S. and Puerto Rico. NSHMBA is dedicated to building and advancing Hispanic leadership, increasing the number of Hispanics graduating from master's business degree programs, and providing our members with world-class career management programs. For more information visit www.nshmba.org.
SOURCE National Society of Hispanic MBAs