Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce to Honor Miami's Most Outstanding Businesses With the Cutting Edge Award

Apr 18, 2001, 01:00 ET from Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce

    MIAMI, April 18 /PRNewswire/ -- The Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce's
 2001 Cutting Edge Award will be presented on Thursday, April 26, at a luncheon
 at the Wyndham Miami -- Biscayne Bay, 1601 Biscayne Blvd.  Registration will
 begin at 11:30 a.m. and the program will start at 12:30 p.m.
     Greg Priest, Chairman and CEO of SmartForce, will be the featured speaker.
 SmartForce, based in California, is the world's largest e-learning company.
 Priest graduated first in his class from Stanford Law School and summa cum
 laude from the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs at
 Princeton University.  He is founder of the SmartForce e-Learning Foundation
 (SELF), which works in partnership with community-based organizations to
 create career-based e-learning programs to undeserved communities in an effort
 to help bridge the Digital Divide.
     The Cutting Edge Award, a project of the Chamber's Small Business Group,
 was created to recognize South Florida companies that exemplify the finest
 innovative techniques in their industries.
     This year's Cutting Edge Award 2001 finalists are: CELLIT Technologies;
 Isotag Technology, Inc.; Kellstrom Industries; Mars Music; Noven
 Pharmaceuticals; Olympus Managed Health Care; Pharmed Group Corporation;
 PBS&J; Raintree Media, Inc.; Southern Gear & Machine, Inc.; and Zyscovich,
 Inc.
     Gold sponsors of the 2001 program include: Grant Thornton LLP and The
 Miami Herald. Bronze sponsors include Thomas W. Ruff & Company, Nova
 Southeastern University and Union Planters Bank of Florida.
     Price to attend is $50 per person for GMCC members and $75 per person for
 non-members.  Tables of ten will be available for the cost of $500.  Space is
 limited, and reservations are required.  For additional information regarding
 the 2001 Cutting Edge Award, please contact Olivia Carey at 305-577-5443 or by
 e-mail to ocarey@greatermiami.com.
 
 

SOURCE Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce
    MIAMI, April 18 /PRNewswire/ -- The Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce's
 2001 Cutting Edge Award will be presented on Thursday, April 26, at a luncheon
 at the Wyndham Miami -- Biscayne Bay, 1601 Biscayne Blvd.  Registration will
 begin at 11:30 a.m. and the program will start at 12:30 p.m.
     Greg Priest, Chairman and CEO of SmartForce, will be the featured speaker.
 SmartForce, based in California, is the world's largest e-learning company.
 Priest graduated first in his class from Stanford Law School and summa cum
 laude from the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs at
 Princeton University.  He is founder of the SmartForce e-Learning Foundation
 (SELF), which works in partnership with community-based organizations to
 create career-based e-learning programs to undeserved communities in an effort
 to help bridge the Digital Divide.
     The Cutting Edge Award, a project of the Chamber's Small Business Group,
 was created to recognize South Florida companies that exemplify the finest
 innovative techniques in their industries.
     This year's Cutting Edge Award 2001 finalists are: CELLIT Technologies;
 Isotag Technology, Inc.; Kellstrom Industries; Mars Music; Noven
 Pharmaceuticals; Olympus Managed Health Care; Pharmed Group Corporation;
 PBS&J; Raintree Media, Inc.; Southern Gear & Machine, Inc.; and Zyscovich,
 Inc.
     Gold sponsors of the 2001 program include: Grant Thornton LLP and The
 Miami Herald. Bronze sponsors include Thomas W. Ruff & Company, Nova
 Southeastern University and Union Planters Bank of Florida.
     Price to attend is $50 per person for GMCC members and $75 per person for
 non-members.  Tables of ten will be available for the cost of $500.  Space is
 limited, and reservations are required.  For additional information regarding
 the 2001 Cutting Edge Award, please contact Olivia Carey at 305-577-5443 or by
 e-mail to ocarey@greatermiami.com.
 
 SOURCE  Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce