Though several months away until the next National Society of Hispanic MBA’s (NSHMBA) Conference & Career Expo, preparation for the 2011 Conference & Career Expo in Anaheim, California, October 13-15, 2011, began even as the last one was coming to a close.
“Accelerating Hispanic Business Talent,” this year’s conference theme, will once again provide the backdrop for the many Hispanic attendees making the trip to Anaheim with goals of accelerating their careers.
“We’re excited once again to be preparing for another great conference,” said Manny Gonzalez, NSHMBA CEO. “We’re also excited to be doing so under a new vision, which we believe will allow us to really tailor this year’s conference to the Hispanic business professional and make it perhaps one of the most successful events to date.”
The 2011 Conference & Career Expo will be the target of the organization’s many goals of increasing Hispanic awareness of the influence and relevance of an MBA, building scholarship and professional development so that it reaches all constituents, and collaborating to build and fortify connections and relationships within the Hispanic community.
With attendance that has grown into the thousands over the years, this year’s event expects to top last year’s with an expected attendance of more than 8,000 Hispanic business students, professionals and entrepreneurs participating in the largest Hispanic MBA conference in the country.