Chamber African American Advisory Committee Hosts

(FLINT, MICH) Do you want to enhance your personal brand?  Then consider learning the steps to make it happen by attending the “Transform from Invisible to Impeccable Using Expert Branding Techniques” event on Friday, May 17.  The Lunch & Learn seminar will be held at the University of Michigan-Flint School of Management at Riverfront Banquet Center from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.  The event is part of a series of Lunch and Learn business seminars hosted by the African American Advisory Committee (AAAC) of the Flint & Genesee Chamber of Commerce.

The luncheon seminar, which is open to all businesses in the region, will focus on ways to become a recognized authority in your field and position yourself for opportunity and success.  Walethia Aquil, CEO of Grace and Charm will teach participants how to manage their personal or company reputation online, build customer loyalty, connect with colleagues and build a stronger network.

Linda Ryals Massey, Owner of the Ryals Massey Group and event coordinator for the Chamber’s AAAC says participants will gain important insight by attending this event.

“Having a personal brand is an important aspect of being successful,” said Ryals Massey.  “This lunch & learn is a must attend event for business professionals looking to propel their careers forward.  Standing out and being recognized for your expertise is critical in today’s business environment.”

The cost for the Lunch & Learn seminar is $10, which includes a box lunch.  To register or for more information contact Brian Sullivan at (810) 600-1404 or  The University of Michigan-Flint School of Management is located on the second floor of the Riverfront Banquet Center in downtown Flint.

Media contacts:

Elaine Redd Flint & Genesee Chamber (810) 600-1418

Regina Strong, APR Flint & Genesee Chamber (810) 600-1421

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