TwitterFacebookPinterestGoogle+

VIDEO: Elected Officials and Business Leaders Launch the 2018 Hispanic Business Conference

ORLANDO, Fla. (FNN NEWS) – Elected officials and HCCMO trustees launched the 2018 Hispanic Business Conference with a ribbon cutting at Rosen Shingle Creek Thursday morning.

Photo: Willie David/Florida National News.

Photo: Willie David/Florida National News.

Elected officials in attendance to support the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Metro-Orlando (HCCMO) include U.S. Congressmen Darren Soto (D-FL-09) and Mark Pocan (D-W-02), Orange Soil & Water Conservation Board Vice Chairman and Supervisor Daisy Morales, Osceola County Sheriff Russell Gibson, Osceola County Commissioner and Board Vice Chairman Cheryl Grieb, Orange County Comptroller Phil Diamond, Orange County Clerk of Courts Tiffany Moore Russell, Orlando Police Chief John Mina, former Florida Senate President Andy Gardiner and a representative from U.S. Senator Bill Nelson‘s office.

Photo: Willie David/Florida National News.

Photo: Willie David/Florida National News.

After a hearty welcome breakfast reception, which inlcuded a welcome address from HCCMO president Gaby Ortigoni (pictured above), attendees got down to business for day one of the two-day conference, which featured workshops and breakout sessions, keynote speaker and life strategist Ismael Cala, as well as a VIP reception in the evening.

_________________________________________

Mellissa Thomas is Editor for Florida National News. | mellissa.thomas@floridanationalnews.com

Leave a Reply

MORE WORLD NEWS

Bahamas Counting on Sports to Aid Dorian Recovery Efforts

PARADISE ISLAND, Bahamas (AP) — Any concern about whether it was appropriate to be playing…

Secret documents reveal how China mass detention camps work

The watch towers, double-locked doors and video surveillance in the Chinese camps are there “to…

Netanyahu’s woes mirror those of his ally Trump

JERUSALEM (AP) — He was accused of using his high office to advance his personal…

World Health Organization (WHO) Launches Health for All Film Festival 2020

WHO is launching its first ever film festival on 16, 21 and 22 May 2020.…

Domingo won’t perform at Tokyo Olympics cultural events

TOKYO (AP) — The Tokyo Olympics organizing committee said Friday opera legend Placido Domingo has…

Residents of northeast Syria city pelt departing US troops

AKCAKALE, Turkey (AP) — Angry over the U.S. withdrawal, residents of a Kurdish-dominated Syrian city…