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Los Angeles, CA, United States, 2006/04/11 - 9th annual event themed P3-Power, Passion Profit is living up to its name by presenting an array of nationally focused business programming - June 21-26, 2006 at the remarkable Hotel Zoso in Palm Springs, California.
The African American Business Summit 2006 is gearing up to present an array of programming that will cover all aspects of business growth, business development, financial strengths and more! The event will be held June 21st - 25th, 2006 at a new California hotel designed with business in mind – Hotel Zoso, 150 South Indian Canyon Road, Palm Springs, California.
Presented by Wells Fargo and Hosted by Turning Point Magazine, The TPC Foundation, Inc., and the African American Chamber of Commerce Palm Springs; the African American Business Summit 2006 aptly themed, P³ - Power Passion Profit, will provide serious how-to business-building instruction in an environment that restores balance and creativity.
The African American Business Summit 2006: P³ - Power, Passion Profit will not be your typical business conference.
From its initial concept to outstanding design by Gabriel Moreno of OESTE DESIGN in Redlands, California; P³ - Power Passion Profit is presenting programming that surrounds all interested or involved in business from ages 13 on up!
Not just presenting talking heads attendees cannot approach with promises of networking - P³ - Power, Passion Profit influences, delivers information and inspiration by bringing attendees those who are really ‘hands-on’ in many areas of business. Involving small business and corporate business partners, the African American Business Summit 2006 removes attendees from the daily grind and envelopes them in an atmosphere that ensures full participation of four days of workshops, keynotes and sessions - while providing ample time for networking and indulgencies! From Thursday, June 21st to Saturday, June 25th there will be various business workshops and panels scheduled ...and new this year, every evening there will be P Noir – nightly fun networking events that range from wine tasting to desert reception to a closing night party! The event scheduled highlights are also to include:
Wednesday, June 21, 2006
• TPC Foundation, Inc. Golf Tournament and Golf Award Barbeque Luncheon at the world famous Desert Willow Golf Course in Palm Springs, California.
Thursday, June 22, 2006
• The Turning Point Magazine/Wells Fargo Living History Makers $5,000 Entrepreneur Award and Luncheon.
• Anthony Asadullah Samad’s Urban Issues Forum.
• Welcome Reception with the Mayor of Palm Springs, Ronald Oden and guests.
Friday June 23, 2006
• Business/Vendor Fair – Not a ‘trade show’ but a place where Businesses and Vendors mix to present to attendees their products and services. Exhibit spots are still available, contact Kalisha Daniel at (323) 299-6000 ext. 106 for details!
• You’re 15 Minutes of Business Fame! – A unique opportunity for selected businesses to take the spotlight for a 15 minute pitch to hundreds of attendees during the Business/Vendor Fair.
Saturday, June 25, 2006
Smart Start Youth Financial Literacy Program – Open to students ages 13-18 to learn more about fiscal responsibility and take those seeds of knowledge through to their next steps. Contact Dorothy Randle at (323) 299-6000 ext. 108 for more information.
The African American Business Summit, now in its 9th year, is successful year after year. Announcements regarding the 2006 Event Chairperson, keynote speakers and workshop sessions will be released soon. Additionally, the African American Business Summit 2006 event is managed by Personal Service Plus (PSP) located in Upland, California. To contact PSP President, Wendy Gladney Brooks, please call: (909) 985-4404.
And remember, you can be ‘connected’ through the event’s vibrantly designed website where you will find an amazing 2005 event photo gallery (must be able to have or load Macromedia 8 to view 15 minute show), registration information, event overviews, and more. Stay up to date on the event by loading the site into your cell phone and/or outlook calendar as the site is updated weekly as information becomes available.