Photographs of SMCSF – 2nd Bi-Annual Speed Marketing Roundtables at R House on 11/19/14

SMCSF – 2nd Bi-Annual Speed Marketing Roundtables at R House on Thursday, November 19, 2014.

This  event combines the executive roundtable with speed networking for a dynamic and fast-paced conversation. Each roundtable discussion was lead by the following:

Visual Communication: David Verjano
Social Media Content: Christine de la Huerta
LinkedIn: Andrea Catsicas
Data-Driven Social Media Strategies: Nate C. Mendenhall
Advocacy & Social Media: Gabriela Guzman
Kick Start Your Freelancing: James Echols and Karl Nybergh
Boost Your Events: Aubrey Swanson
Social Media Crisis Management: Jonathan Brownfield
Hispanic Marketing: Adriana Serna
Mission-Based / Cause Marketing: Alexandra Figueredo

Each roundtable rotated every 20 minutes, giving you the opportunity to participate in 4 topics of your choice throughout the meetup.

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#AWCSFtweetup at Sushi Yama Boca 11/25 11/25/14

#AWCSFtweetup at Sushi Yama Boca 11/25
Tuesday, 11/25/2014 – 06:30 pm – 09:00 pm
tweetupAWCSFSushi Yama Boca
7050-33,
W. Palmeto Park Rd., Florida Boca Raton
Facebook Link
Cost: FREE

Join us for a TweetUp on Tuesday, November 25 from 6:30-9pm at Sushi Yama Japanese Restaurant, Boca Raton. Guest will enjoy 2 for 1 Sake and domestic beers. Complimentary pass around rolls and edamame. This is a FREE event & open to members and non-members.

Association for Women in Communications, South Florida TweetUps are a great way for guests who communicate online to get to know each other offline. We look forward to connecting with members and industry peers at our upcoming TweetUp in Boca Raton.
Please RSVP at [email protected]
#TechParty #Networking #MeetUp

The Commonwealth Institute’s Business Books & Wine 11/19/14

The Commonwealth Institute’s Business Books & Wine
Wednesday, 11/19/2014 – 05:30 pm – 07:00 pm
Gibraltar Private Bank & Trust
400 Arthur Godfrey Road #102,
Miami Beach, Florida 33140
Webpage Link
Cost: Free for members

The Business Books & Wine Club (BB&W) meets to discuss relevant and thought-provoking business books to help you:

– Learn current business trends and ideas
– Discover tools for personal and professional growth
– Connect with business colleagues
– Identify organizational best practices

At this first meeting we’ll get to know each other, discuss books we’ve each learned from in the past, and choose books to read for the next several months.

A Very Special Evening With The Coconut Grove Chamber and Terra Group 11/12/14

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180A Very Special Evening With The Coconut Grove Chamber & Terra Group
Wednesday, Nov. 12th, 5:30-8:00p
Park Grove Gallery
2701 South Bayshore Drive
7th Floor, Coconut Grove Bank Building
Coconut Grove, FL 33133
RSVP Required at [email protected]
$10 for Grove Chamber Members
$15 for non-members
Complimentary Valet

Fabulous Miami Multi-Chamber of Commerce Event 11/13/14

Fabulous Miami Multi-Chamber of Commerce Event
fabulousnovThursday, November 13th 2014, 6:0pm to 8:00pm
Blue Martini Brickell
900 S Miami Avenue #250
Miami, FL 33130
Cost: Members $10,Non Members $15 in advance
Cost at the Door: Members $15 ,Non Members $20 at the door
[email protected] by Wednesday, November 12th 2014
Valet Parking: Valet $5, Public Parking Available
Dress Code: Business Attire

The Chambers of Bolivia, Camacol,Coconut Grove, Colombia, Chile, Downtown Miami & Brickell, Ecuador, Haití, Honduras, Junior Chamber International, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru, along with Brickell Rotary Club, invite you to celebrate the Monthly Multichamber of Commerce networking. Mix and mingle with local professionals, promote your business, share your ideas, expand your network and have fun! Members $10 in advance and $15 at the door cash only Non-members $15 in advance and $20 at the door cash only To purchase your tickets go to www.multichamberevents.com or click on the buttons below
Includes: A complimentary drink
Bring your Business card to participate in raffle to win surprise prizes.

Photographs of Leave A Legacy 2014-1015 Kickoff Reception at Northern Trust on 11/3/14

Celebrate the Season of Thanks and Giving with Leave A Legacy 2014-2015 Kickoff Reception at Northern Trust on Monday, November 3, 2014.

“LEAVE A LEGACY® started as an initiative of the Partnership for Philanthropic Planning of Miami-Dade County in 1997. There are LEAVE A LEGACY® Chapters in over 150 cities. The Partnership for Philanthropic Planning of Miami-Dade County, is a nonprofit organization comprised of planned giving officers, other nonprofit development officers, and other professional advisors such as attorneys, CPAs, CLUs, CFPs, trust officers and other professionals involved in estate and financial planning, who share the goal of promoting philanthropy in Miami-Dade County.”

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Waffle Wednesday Presents Meet the Knight Arts Challenge People’s Choice Nominees 11/5/14

Waffle Wednesday Presents: Meet the Knight Arts Challenge People’s Choice Nominees
Wednesday, November 5, 2014, 9:00AM – 10:00AM
ww-twitter-flyer-bigLiveNinja HQ
120 NW 25th St, Loft #301
Miami, FL 33127
Free Entry
Register on EventBrite

Art + tech + waffles is a winning combination any day of the week, but we hope you will come enjoy it next Wednesday, Nov. 5 at a very special edition of #WaffleWednesday, hosted by LiveNinja.

The weekly tech meet-up in Wynwood is welcoming the South Florida Knight Arts Challenge People’s Choice Award nominees. Over breakfast, the six small arts groups vying for $20,000 will be there to talk about their projects, answer questions – and hopefully secure a few votes.

Below is a bit more about our nominees, and videos of each are up at knightarts.org/peopleschoice. RSVP for Waffle Wednesdays on Eventbrite. Big thanks to LiveNinja and the Arts and Business Council for co-hosting.

FATVillage Arts District: A contemporary art exhibition space in Fort Lauderdale, FATVillage showcases large-scale, interactive works. Right now, the space is only open for its monthly art walks. The prize would help FATVillage open more often, with more programming. (Text VOTE1 to 22333)

HICCUP: The acronym stands for Hialeah Contemporary Culture Project, and the collective works to take art out of galleries and into the streets of Northwest Dade. With funding, HICCUP wants to open-up a basis of operations in Hialeah to launch its works and make the city “a place for creative action.” (Text VOTE2 to 22333)

Ife-Ile: The Afro-Cuban dance troupe wants to expand its annual dance festival, and also to create a musical that is based on the lives and influence of Cubans who came to Miami during the Mariel Boatlift. Through its work, IFE-ILE not only provides a place for Cuban-American artists to practice their craft, but also a place to tell their own stories. (Text VOTE3 to 22333)

Key West Art and Historical Society: The group wants to take the art and history of Key West into schools. One idea, for example, is to take the works of local artist Mario Sanchez, who created scenes of the city, into classrooms as a way to understand the island’s and Monroe County’s history and culture. (Text VOTE4 to 22333)

Swampspace: This Design District gallery run by artist Oliver Sanchez wants to continue to provide an exhibition space that focuses on artistic values rather than profit. The prize would help Swampspace fund more large-scale exhibitions and allow artists to bring their big ideas to fruition (Text VOTE5 to 22333)

Mexican American Council: This long-time community group works to reduce the drop out rate and increase cultural opportunities for Mexican-Americans in South Dade. With funding, the council hopes to open a mariachi academy for students where they can both learn to play instruments and understand Mexican culture. (Text VOTE6 to 22333)