Annual Irvine Mayor’s Breakfast to Feature Mayor Sukee Kang

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Annual event will provide business community opportunity to understand the current business climate, new innovations and highlights of local businesses.

Irvine Mayor Sukhee Kang will speak to business and community leaders at the Annual Irvine Chamber of Commerce Business Breakfast at the Hyatt Regency Irvine on Friday, May 18 from 7:30 to 9:00 a.m.

This annual event will provide the business community the opportunity to understand the current business climate, new innovations and highlights of local businesses.

"It’s not often that 300-400 business leaders are able to convene at one time to hear from their leadership on issues that directly impact business. Everyone who cares about the future of Irvine and plays a role in our success as a City and Community should attend," Tallia Hart, Irvine Chamber of Commerce, CEO.

The University of La Verne’s Orange County Regional Campus is the presenting sponsor for this year’s business themed breakfast. Corporate sponsors include FlexEnergy and Hoag. In this State of the City Address, Mayor Kang addresses how business and the economy will affect your Irvine Business. Mayor Kang will speak about inaugural businesses, the connection between business and the community as well as city’s business initiatives. To engage in this event follow hashtag #MayorsBreakfast on Twitter.

Registration opens at 7:00 am. Admission for chamber members is $45 per person and admission for visitors is $55 per person. For a table of 10 the cost is $1,000. Registration is online at The Hyatt Regency Irvine is located at 17900 Jamboree Road, Irvine, CA.

A limited number of seats are available. For additional sponsorship levels contact Kathy Tavoularis at ktavoularis(at)irvinechamber(dot)com or 949-502-4121

About the Irvine Chamber of Commerce

The Irvine Chamber of Commerce is one of the most influential Chambers in Orange County representing hundreds of local businesses. The ICC’s mission is to promote an economic climate that strengthens the competitiveness of local businesses while offering members a wide range of benefits, services, programs and information. The ICC is one of only 250 Chambers in the U.S. who meet the requirements for accreditation by the U.S. Chamber. For more information, please call (949) 660-9112 or visit    

About the University of La Verne Orange County Campus
La Verne’s first Orange County regional campus began operation in September 1981 in Santa Ana. The Irvine campus, which opened in September 2009, is 9,500 square feet and features three classrooms, a computer lab, seminar room and administrative offices. Located at 2855 Michelle Drive in Irvine, the campus is also home to the College of Business & Public Management’s Center for Strategic Thinking. Students at the Irvine campus can earn bachelor’s degrees in Business Administration, Organizational Management, Public Administration and Child Development, and master’s degrees in Business Administration, Health Administration, and Leadership & Management. For additional information, please contact Orange County Campus Director Jane Courcy at (714) 505-1684 or e-mail jcourcy(at)laverne(dot)edu.

Serving as the voice of business for Irvine.
Irvine Chamber of Commerce, 2485 McCabe Way, Suite 150, Irvine, CA 92614 (949) 660-9112(949) 660-0829 fax

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