Miami, FL (PRWEB) December 04, 2013
On Dec. 4, Manchester Business School Miami will be introduced as a new member of Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce’s Chairman Circle during its December Trustee Luncheon.
“We are truly honored to be invited into the Chairman’s Circle,” says Regional Director of Manchester Business School Christopher Higgins. “It’s a great opportunity for us [Manchester] to showcase our one-of-a-kind curriculum to the business community of Southern Florida.”
The Chairman Circle is made up of top companies in South Florida who invest in the Greater Miami Chamber and in the Southern Florida community. Members -- who include Florida Blue, Chase, FIU, Morrison Brown Argiz & Farra, Ryder Systems -- have access to high level networking and great opportunities to showcase their brand.
The luncheon to be held at Jungle Island’s Treetop Ballroom (111 Parrot Jungle Trail) will feature President and CEO of Carnival Corporation & PLC as well as the President and CEO of HistoryMiami.
Register for the event here.
About Manchester Business School Miami
The Manchester Business School Global MBA is a world class, top ranked 2 ½ year, part-time blended learning program which includes online support and intensive workshops at any of the seven global MBS Executive Centers, including a new Miami-Americas Center which opened in 2010. 3,500 working professionals are currently studying on the program. They are encouraged to attend workshops both at their home center and other worldwide centers. US, Canadian, Caribbean and Latin American students have the option of attending workshops at the Miami-Americas Center or in Manchester, Dubai, Singapore, Hong Kong, Shanghai, and Sao Paulo. No other global MBA program offers this unique mix of online flexibility plus international locations, faculty and students.
About Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce
The Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce is the voice of business in South Florida, representing more than 400,000 employees of member companies. It is an association of businesses and professions organized to create progress essential to attaining the social and economic needs of the community. To carry out its mission, the Chamber involves the private sector in community leadership to enhance the economic opportunities and quality of life in the area; while partnering with the community’s economic development and tourism agencies and their initiatives to make our Greater Miami a better place to live, work and play.