MABUHAY ALLIANCE HOST THE 6TH ANNUAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT CONFERENCE
MABUHAY ALLIANCE HOST THE 6TH ANNUAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT CONFERENCE A conference to Assist Minorities in Finances and Business Opportunities San Diego, CA – The Mabuhay Alliance, a San Diego-based nonprofit that assists minority communities with economic opportunities, will host their 6th Annual Economic Development Conference on October 17th, 2009, at the Sheraton Park Hotel The Anaheim Resort. 1855 S. Harbor Blvd. Anaheim, CA 92802. This year's theme will be "Partnering for a better Future," and will feature workshops intended to educate and assist small business owners, families, and individuals to gain insight on how to effectively manage business and personal finances. The workshops will be lead by industry experts and cover such topics as "Foreclosure Prevention Program," "Micro-Business Technical Assistance," "Financial Literacy," and "Supplier Diversity." The conference will be concluded with a gala dinner, in which the Mabuhay Alliance will present guest speakers Timothy Simon, Commissioner of the California Public Utilities Commission, and California Assembly Member Ted Lieu of the 53rd District. The conference will also honor and recognize the esteemed careers of the Greenlining Founders Robert Gnaizda and John Gamboa. The conference has been recognized by both the Presidents of the United States and of the Philippines as well as by the Governor of California as contributing to the growth and development of minority communities in California. The event is open to the general public and people may register by calling the Mabuhay Alliance office at 858.537.1500 or by visiting their website at www.mabuhayalliance.org. The Mabuhay Alliance's mission is "to be the preferred conduit of economic development, through technical assistance between the government, corporations and minority groups in California." Since 2004, Mabuhay Alliance has worked towards greater representation of minority groups, provision of stable funding, and the development of great relationships with corporate partners and good alliances by providing programs that empower them. For more information or to register, please contact the Mabuhay Alliance at 858.537.1500 or email them at firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit their website www.mabuhayalliance.org.