The Minority Chamber of Commerce (MCC) today announced the keynote speaker at the Executive Corporate Luncheon of the Month Miami 2018. The Chamber announces that Mr. James Wolfe, Secretary District Six State of Florida Department of Transportation, as the keynote speaker. Local entrepreneurs interested in doing business with DOT contracts opportunities do not miss this local conferences. Highly recommend it to minority small businesses who want to get started working for the government. The event starts at 11:00 A.M. to 1:00 P.M.
The conference is set for Monday, February 26, 2018, at the World Trade Center for MCC located at 1951 NW 7 Avenue, Miami, Florida 33136. The signature event will feature other opportunities for local contractors and small businesses including the large expo of the year for the Chamber, Puerto Rico Build Expo 2018 coming up this March 29 in San Juan, Puerto Rico.
“At the Minority Chamber of Commerce, we are very excited to recognize an icon in the public service for the State of Florida, Mr. James Wolfe. He represents the most distinguished public servants in the State of Florida. I’ve been most impressed with Mr. Wolfe in providing information and direction to the Chamber’s member and guests, who want to do business with DOT”, said Mr. Doug Mayorga, President & CEO of Minority Chamber of Commerce
About Mr. James Wolfe, P.E: He is responsible for the overall planning, design, construction, maintenance and operation of the State Highway System in Miami- Dade and Monroe Counties. He holds both undergraduate and graduate degrees in civil engineering from the University of Florida. Mr. Wolfe has been with the Florida Department of Transportation for 36 years, serving ultimately as the District 4 Secretary. He was previously both the Director of Operations and the Director of Development. While at District 4, Jim led the team that delivered the I-595 project, which was the first availability payment P3 highway project in the country:
About the Executive Luncheon of the Month Conferences : The signature business conference focusing on providing educational and learning opportunities for minority small businesses wishing to sell to state and federal government entities and their prime contractors. Many ethnic minority run businesses operate in high value sectors such as construction, hospitality and creative industries, and they have also established strong trading links with Governments and the corporate world, which have wider benefits for the local and regional economy.
About MCC: Founded in Miami Dade in 2000, the Minority Chamber of Commerce has more than 1200 certified minority businesses in South Florida, and over 5000 corporate partners in the United States, Israel, Honduras, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republican, Costa Rica, Colombia and Chile. One of our mission is to certify minority businesses for different channels of opportunities, provide access to procurement in local, statewide, federal and international, and develop capacity for minority business development, creating jobs and expansion. The MCC is nationally recognized for its work with major corporations to promote minority business development and growth. For more information: minoritychamber.net