All local businesses are encouraged to attend the Coral Springs Chamber of Commerce Wake Up Breakfast on Tuesday, February 17 at 7:15 a.m. at the Coral Springs Marriott, located at 11775 Heron Bay Blvd. This event, sponsored by the City of Coral Springs, is geared toward helping business owners survive and thrive in today’s tough economic climate and beyond.
Florida Sterling Council Chairman John Pieno will be the guest speaker and will discuss the benefits small businesses can reap from the Sterling Management Model. Mayor Scott Brook and City Manager Michael S. Levinson will discuss the City’s business-support tools, including CSBizAssist.org, Buy Coral Springs and the upcoming Financial Solutions Forum, at which business owners will be able to speak directly to lenders. Business owners will be able to learn more about these City initiatives as well as about the Chamber’s committees and how they can help members grow their businesses.
The Wake Up breakfast events are part of the City’s overall business sustainability initiative, undertaken In partnership with the Chamber and the Coral Springs Economic Development Foundation. The initiative is multifaceted and involves numerous City and community partners, including the Coral Springs Chamber of Commerce, Broward College, Barry University, the Florida Sterling Council, SCORE and the Small Business Administration. Business owners will find all of the details on CSBizAssist.org.
The cost is $15 for members and $25 for future members. Tickets at the door will be $25. For more information or to sign up, please call 954-752-4242 or e-mail email@example.com.
About the Coral Springs Chamber of Commerce: The Chamber is member-focused organization serving as a visionary business leader and community voice in Coral Springs. The Chamber’s mission is to enhance the marketability and profitability of its members and to be the voice of business.
About the Coral Springs Economic Development Foundation: The EDF is a private, non-for-profit independent agency established to promote economic development in Coral Springs. Since is inception in 1993, the EDF has attracted 120 corporations to the city, assisted in the expansion of 21 others and helped to retain seven more. The EDF’s mission is to implement an economic program, which through careful planning and public/private cooperation, will diversify the commercial tax base, consistent with the City’s quest to be the premier community in which to live, work and raise a family.