ALPFA Boston’s 12th Annual Executive Leadership Summit
Did you know that Latino entrepreneurs are the fastest growing block of future business leaders in America? More than 3.1 million Hispanic-owned businesses contributed over $600 billion to the US economy last year.
The region’s top corporations and their representatives will certainly have that opportunity next Wednesday, November 19th, from 5:30pm-9pm at the 12th annual ALPFA Boston Executive Leadership Summit, to take place at the Renaissance Boston Waterfront Hotel.
During the evening, attendees will hear from two Latino business leaders, Zamawa Arenas, Principal at Argus and Eduardo Tobon, President at Diners Club International, who will make the case for engaging Latino entrepreneurs.
Arenas is a Marketing and Communications expert with 20 years of experience, and currently leads Argus in providing services to prominent local companies and organizations like the Massachusetts Convention and Center Authority, Neighborhood Health Plan, DentaQuest, Comcast and Staples.
Eduardo Tobon is a 20-year veteran in the financial services and consumer products industries, having held senior positions in strategy, product, marketing and sales throughout his career.
As in the past, ALPFA Boston will also honor three individuals for their achievements in three categories: Diversity and Service; Lifetime Achievement; Community Service (see below).
There is still time to register and attend. Visit: www.alpfaboston.org