When you start a chain reaction you have no idea what will change, or how. But if you start to spread an idea, a change of minds, then you are planning for success. Today we look behind and it it is amazing to gaze at our vision of tomorrow!
CFBACC starts its calendar year with the First happy hour of 2014, hosted by The Crowne Plaza Orlando Universal, one of their trstees. With many honorable guests, newly elected Board Members, new and old friends, the night was an absolute success, showing how hard work and supportive members pay back.
CFBACC recognized Mayor Buddy Dyer and Orange CountyProperty Appraiser Rick Singh, for the great support given to the organization in 2013, with plaques designed by SUNDAX, one of the winners of HBIF Success Stories in 2012 owned by Mr.Daxel. Director of Multicultural Affairs for the City of Orlando, Luis Martinez-Alicea represented Mayor Dyer and Rick Singh was present with members of his office.
Networking is a powerful tool, a tool that gives not only a way to spread your business, but also the opportunity to grow more, a little at a time. Many people have the impression that a Chamber has the obligation to bring business to your door, and that is the wrong idea. A chamber creates opportunities to promote business, to get you the orientation you need to make your business better, and more effective, you must achieve success, look for ways to excel, and to get your image and your work. Today with many people ready to network we have contemplated at a Chamber event with an enormous potential, and that is what we love to see.
CFBACC would like to thank all Board Directors present, all members that came to share this great moment, and also all the new friends that came. To The Crowne Plaza our eternal gratitude for all the great events that they have prepared for CFBACC, honoring us with such a wonderful setting.
The next Chamber event will be at The Florida Hotel on Friday February 7th – The Monthly Breakfast at 8AM with a presentation made by the Authors of They Don’t Speak Spanish in Brazil, Joseph Low and Claudia Brito Low, with book signing and opportunities to ask questions. Now, check the pictures.