Miami, Florida. December 15, 2021 — The United States Minority Chamber of Commerce, organizer of the XX CEO Summit Miami 2021, decided to focus on 2022 once it became clear that it would not be feasible to schedule the conference any earlier with so much uncertainty over national attendees. The event previously scheduled to take place this coming Monday, December 20, 2021, at the wonderful Marriot Miami Airport will be rescheduled for a new date to be announced in January 2022.
“Our goal is to be responsible in the level and quantity of participants, we don’t have enough participation this time. We apologize for any inconvenience caused by this decision and look forward to welcoming you to the Summit next year. The Chamber has been devastated by COVID-19 in the last 20 months with membership and economy significantly reduced, and more than 10 local, national and international summits, reschedule date. Another decision for our cancellation was to secure agreements for the number of hotel rooms and room types that we needed. The United States Minority Chamber of Commerce will continue to prepare in better condition, stay informed during our new date.” Said, Doug Mayorga, CEO of the U.S.MCC
The U.S.MCC is dedicated to continuing to work with its board, members, and partners to identify strategies and solutions to prepare an excellent event for next year. U.S.MCC recognizes the economic impact of this kind of conference on minority businesses and is committed to helping its members, partners and key stakeholders navigate the outcomes of the contracting opportunities with the Federal Government and private sector providing with the guidance, relations, protocols, and resources needed to pursue procurements with both sectors.
About the CEO Summit: A national conference fostering business partnerships between the Federal Government, its prime contractors, and small, minority, service-disabled veteran-owned, veteran-owned, HUBZone, and women-owned businesses. The mission of the magistral summit will be around the Build Back Better Act. Now in its XX edition, the Summit has become the premier event for minority disadvantaged small businesses throughout the United States.
About the U.S.MCC: has been incorporated as a private, independent, and inclusive nonprofit business organization founded in 20000 and provides advocacy and support for minority businesses throughout our nation. As a non-public funding institution has been providing leadership from the minority businesses (Latino, African Americans, Women and Asian Americans ) with headquarters in Washington DC, and operative centers in Los Angeles, Miami, New York, Puerto Rico, Mexico, Honduras, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, and Colombia. The Chamber specializes in education, connectivity, and providing conferences in the delivery of international trade, training digital education, procurement opportunities, and investment through a public-private partnership. For more information: www.minoritychamber.net