The Greater Houston Black Chamber of Commerce (GHBC) is hosting a networking business luncheon during the March 2016 Monthly Meeting. Mr. Hasting Stewart, Public Affairs Executive Vice President for the Houston Super Bowl Host Committee, will be the guest speaker. Mr. Stewart has more than 20 years of executive level public affairs, communications, and brand strategy development experience. The Host Committee is a non-profit 501(c)(6) corporation, and is responsible for Super Bowl LI festivities and logistics, including the Business Connect Program.
The event will be held on Tuesday, March 8, 2016, from 11:30am to 1:00pm, at The Buffalo Soldiers National Museum, located at 3816 Caroline Street, Houston, Texas. There is an admission fee of $15.00 for GHBC members and $25.00 for non-members. Festivities will begin with a brief networking period from 11:30am to noon followed by the presentation of the special guest speaker. Visit the GHBC website for additional information regarding ticket purchases for event admission.
The Greater Houston Black Chamber of Commerce has a history of promoting the advancement of African American business on a local and national level. GHBC hosts 2nd Tuesdays with the Chamber each month to provide members with business development opportunities and access to business stakeholders in the local Houston area. Chamber President and CEO, Elaine Barber, emphasizes that, “The chamber shall measure its’ success by the rate at which our member businesses expand and flourish in a blended marketplace of ideas, commerce and community.”
The GHBC helps its partners and members navigate Houston’s large, diverse population, industries and the many nuances, which are unique to our city. GHBC is Houston’s premier source for identifying quality and qualified African-American, multi-sectored small businesses to do business with. To learn more visit http://www.ghbcc.com or call us at (713) 660- 8299.