FEDERAL RESERVE BANK UNVEILS TOP OPPORTUNITIES FOR BUSINESS IN 2013
2013 has arrived and for business owners this means the opportunity for a fresh start and meeting new prospects. The MBDA Business Center operated by the El Paso Hispanic Chamber of Commerce will be hosting an Economic Outlook Breakfast featuring Roberto Coronado, Assistant Vice President in Charge of the Federal Reserve Bank of the Dallas-El Paso Branch.
Roberto Coronado specializes in research that focuses on issues pertaining to the Mexican economy, the U.S.–Mexico border economy, and the maquiladora industry. In this breakfast, he will be giving a presentation on local, regional, and national cross-border trends that will impact local businesses in 2013.
The event will be held January 31st at 7:30 AM at the El Paso Club 201 E. Main, 18th floor. The cost is $50 for El Paso Hispanic Chamber members and $75 for non-members. Reserved Corporate tables for 8 are also available for $500 (members) and $750 (non-members).
The MBDA Business Center strives to serve the El Paso community in accessing procurement opportunities as well as gaining access to capital for business owners. The goal for this event is to provide crucial and fundamental information for the growth and success for current as well as prospective business owners.
This event will help business owners gain an understanding of the opportunities as well as the challenges they can expect in the upcoming year. They will also have the opportunity to network amongst other local business owners and the El Paso Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Business Development Specialists will also be on site should they need any assistance.
Who should attend: All El Paso business owners and managers!
An event no one should miss!
Cost: $50 per Hispanic Chamber Member, $75 per Non Chamber Member;
Reserved tables $500 (seats 8) or $750 (seats 8)
RSVP: Terri Reed,
Download the Registration Form HERE!