Google sponsors State of Black Business sessions June 13

June 10, 2013

State of Black Business in Central Texas
The Capital City African American Chamber of Commerce invites you to join us for an engaging and informational discussion regarding the climate, conditions and trends of African American businesses within the Central Texas region.
We have partnered with the Alamo City Black Chamber of Commerce for this event, sponsored by Google, which will include a keynote luncheon address and breakout sessions to learn more about technology applications and products to enhance efficiency and business operations.
You won’t want to miss this critical data and dialogue on June 13th. Register today!
Program Details:
Thursday June 13, 2013
Omni Hotel – Downtown
700 San Jacinto Blvd.
Austin, Texas 78701 RSVP REQUIRED
11:30AM – 2:00PM

$35 Members | $40 – Non-Members

Lunch Program 

Chris Genteel, Head of Global Diversity Markets, Google


National and local trends for minority firms; tech as a tool for business growth. 

Black Business Statistics in Central Texas
Hopeton Hay, Director, Office of HUB and Federal Small Business Programs, University of Texas System



James Nortey

Andrews Kurth LLP

How Google Fiber Can Impact Minority Communities & Businesses
Gerardo Interiano, Manager, Central Texas Public Affairs, Google


The Role of Black Chambers:
Natalie Madeira Cofield, President & CEO,
Capital City African American Chamber of Commerce

The Role of Black Chambers:
K. “Andy” Tiwari, Chair, Board of Directors, Alamo City Black Chamber of Commerce


Workforce Impacts on Small Business Development:
Teddy McDaniel,
President & CEO Austin Area Urban League


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ABOUT CCAACC: The Capital City African-American Chamber of Commerce (CCAACC) promotes the development of African-American businesses and the expansion of the Greater Austin business community by providing resources, technical assistance, and leadership on policy issues that enhance economic growth and by

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