TCE Summit Promotes “P2P” Connections to Increase Employment and Decrease Biz Failures

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Francina R. Harrison, MSW, (The Career Engineer)
P.O. Box 64923, Virginia Beach, VA 23464-4923
www.TCEnow.com • info@TCEnow.com
757-745-4823 (Office)

VIRGINIA BEACH, VA — October 8th 2015 — Francina R. Harrison, MSW, known nationally as “The Career Engineer®” (TCE), will host a TCE Career, Life & Business Summit and Awards Luncheon (The TCE Summit) at the SpringHill Suites, Norfolk Virginia Beach on Saturday, October 17, 2015 (includes a Friday Evening Kickoff Reception). The TCE Summit will equip career professionals, job seekers and small business owners with the 21st-Century competitive advantage.

For career professionals, the TCE Summit will cover topics such as effective networking, career/workforce intelligence and share hidden career leads. There will be an opportunity for attendees to ask questions, network and build relationships with CEO’s and human resources professionals.

For small-business owners, The TCE Summit topics will include CEO insights, best practices, lessons learned, procurement intelligence, technology, social media, 21st century marketing/branding, fiscal accountability and deal making connections. “It’s all about creating REALationshipsSM that have the capacity to produce increased revenue as well as social capital,” says Francina Harrison. “I decided to host this event in Coastal Virginia to introduce business owners and career professionals from all over the country to what this area has to offer.”

According to the Department of Labor, 142,000 jobs were added in September, 7.9 million Americans are still unemployed and countless others are under-employed or worse “unhappily employed”. Small Business owners, SWaMs and non-profits are struggling to make payroll, source the “right talent”,” secure gov’t contracts and access capital to grow their organizations.

A First in Hampton Roads, TCE Summit’s Knowledge/World Café Model Will Help Professionals to Get Hired

An exciting introduction this year is the first ever TCE Knowledge Café, a 21st Century Global Learning model that increases “new” content retention, complex problem solving and goal activation! The Career Engineer said, “ I am very excited to bring this World Café concept in learning to the Hampton Roads market place. This “new wave of conferencing” will go beyond conference excitement, but will deliver immediate career/biz impact for professionals to “change their Monday mornings.”

Featured Business panelists this year are: Mrs. Stacy Hugo Mansfield, Director of Public Relations, Norfolk Southern; Mr. Duane Thompson, CEO of Sabrosa Foods (Featured on Shark Tank); Dr. Amelia Ross-Hammond, City of Virginia Beach Council Women and business advocate; Mr. Adrian Woodard CEO of Favor Multimedia & Pastor of Favor Nation Church; CEO, Mr. Dennis Gray, Accurid Pest Solutions (successful Gov’t Contractor) and Mr. Derrick Martin, President iHeartMedia (Norfolk).

Featured Career/Workforce panelists include CEO, Mr. Torin Ellis (TV judge, human capital entrepreneur/hybrid recruiter) of Baltimore; Ms. Danielle Dutton, MS, PHR, Office of Civilian Human Resources (Federal Government) just to name a few.

Partners of this event include Amtrak, Heritage Capital Group LLC, nErgyConcepts, LLC, Images By Kenneth and the TCE Network. For more on the TCE Career & Biz Summit and Awards Luncheon, go http://TCEnow.com or the event page @ http://TCEsummit2015.eventbrite.com

 

 

The Career Engineer®, http://TCEnow.com/, is a nationally awarded and recognized Virginia-based consulting firm that helps career seekers & business owners increase their “bottom-line” with career networking, social media platform building and procurement connections. The Career Engineer received the 2012 Silver Star Award for Jobs/Entrepreneurship (ULHRYP), 2010 Women in Business Achievement Award (Inside Business), featured on the Tom Joyner Morning Show, BlackEnterprise.com, Chicago Tribune and is a recurring expert on WAVY10 and media across the USA.

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