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ImageThe Miami-Dade Chamber of Commerce presents its latest Business Empowerment Networking Series (BENS) installment, Marketing and Brand Development. The informative session will be held at Parrot Jungle Island on Friday, May 21, 2010 from 9:30 a.m. to 1:30p.m. This networking series will feature a thorough panel discussion with distinguished, prominent business leaders on how to successfully and strategically develop and market a corporate and personal/professional brand.
Broward County Commissioner Albert C. Jones
Broward County business owners wanting to learn more about doing business with state and local governments and the private sector are encouraged to attend the Small and Minority Business Opportunity Expo on Friday, May 14, from 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Jan Moran Collier City Learning Library, 2800 N.W. Ninth Court in Pompano Beach.
Leroy Jones, Executive Director of NANA, and Commissioner Katy Sorenson
Commissioner Katy Sorenson congratulated the recipients of the Mom and Pop Small Business Grant Program at a mandatory training workshop on Wednesday, March 30, 2010, at the South Dade Regional Library. A selection committee comprised of South Dade business leaders selected 32 grant winners from a pool of over 120 applicants. Home-based businesses received up to $2,000 and businesses operating within a commercial property received a maximum grant amount of $4,000.

Brenda Jackson
Oncor announced today that Brenda Jackson was named Chief Customer Officer, making the company one of the first electric delivery utilities in the country to establish this role.

As the electric market continues to evolve, Oncor recognizes that the voice of the customer must be heard in strategic discussions. By establishing the CCO position, Oncor is creating a customer-centric culture where customer viewpoints and questions will be considered in all corporate decision-making.