Area chambers encourage minority-owned business to participate in CEO Roundtable

Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber and the Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky African-American Chamber are joining to urge more minority business owners to take part in the Cincinnati USA CEO Roundtable program.

The CEO Roundtable program gives CEOs and company presidents a place to talk about the challenges of running a business. This informal group shares ideas and offers members guidance in a confidential environment.

“Not only will participation in the CEO Roundtable program benefit the participating minority business leaders, but the infusion of diversity will make the entire program stronger by adding another point-of-view to the conversation,” said Sean Rugless, president and CEO of the African American Chamber.

A Roundtable Executive Preview Wednesday May 13, 8:15-9:30 a.m,  will give prospective members a chance to learn more about the program. The preview will be at the Chamber office, 300 Carew Tower, on 411 Vine Street downtown.

Pete Strange, Chairman and CEO of Messer Construction and 2009 Chamber board Chair will be sharing his thoughts on the current business climate in Cincinnati. For more information go to the Chamber web site.

Writer: Feoshia Henderson
Source: Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber
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