CHARLOTTE, N.C., June 18 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The National Hispanic Entrepreneurs' Organization (NHEO) will celebrate the kick-off of the much anticipated San Francisco Chapter at a networking reception on Thursday, June 24, from 3:30 pm to 5:30 pm. The event will be held at Littlefield Building, Stanford Graduate School of Business, San Francisco, CA.
NHEO is proud to launch a San Francisco chapter, making it more convenient for Bay Area residents to participate in NHEO's extensive programs for entrepreneurs and innovators. The chapter grows out of NHEO's tradition of providing innovative programming, which has served hundred of individuals, where professional workshops, learning opportunities, networking activities, are offered.
The event will be directed by National President and CEO, Juan Pablo Giometti, and will include entrepreneur, Jack Jackson, Head of San Francisco area, among other community leaders.
With a proven track record in delivering targeted programs that empower Hispanic Entrepreneurs, NHEO has been defined as the organization of choice for entrepreneurs and professionals seeking to start their ventures. NHEO's strong presence in the community and proactive approach in assisting Hispanic Entrepreneurs set the groundwork for the new chapter to respond to needs of the entrepreneurial community in San Francisco.
"I welcome everyone to come out and support our June 24th event to learn more about San Francisco chapter as well as our national initiatives" said Juan Pablo Giometti, Founder and CEO, NHEO. He also said that "we are very excited to open this chapter in San Francisco, where social innovation and entrepreneurship is part of their DNA".
The June 24th reception is open to entrepreneurs, students, and professionals looking to network with their peers, explore new skills-building opportunities, and learn more about joining the NHEO community. Please RSVP before Tuesday, June 22, 2010 at http://www.nheo.org. Space is limited.
Since its inception in 2009, the National Hispanic Entrepreneurs' Organization has helped entrepreneurs, investors, service partners, researchers, and public policy makers in diverse industries and at all stages of development. For additional information, visit http://www.nheo.org or call 704-909-7945.
SOURCE National Hispanic Entrepreneurs' Organization