You are cordially invited to attend the upcoming Urban Chamber IT Roundtable. Special Guest Speaker will Marcel Fernando Schaerer, from the Governor's Office
- Deputy Director - Nevada Department of Business and Industry
Marcel is responsible for managing the Office of Business, Finance and Planning. The office works with existing businesses, entrepreneurs and industry in Nevada on access to capital and business advocacy, and
develops business-to-business events and programs. Promotes and attracts new sources of capital for small business, engages statewide resource partners to facilitate coordination of services and programs. Addresses community needs and service gaps.
Global citizen and social entrepreneur, recognized as an innovative leader in organizational strategies and business development, operations, systems improvements, and workforce training and development.
Masters of Science in Economics with solid business background, extensive experience from exposure to a variety of industries. Highly skilled at creating successful collaborative partnerships, administering multi-functional business, and demonstrating effectiveness in organizational change and performance.
Establishes strategic framework and "Lean" systems for decision making and business improvements, works well in cross-functional teams, develops programmatic support and business strategies, highly committed to operational performance, safety, and productivity. Motivational public speaker, effective presenter, successful business facilitator, strategic identifier of new sources for business continuity.
The UCC IT Roundtable is made up of IT business owners and IT entrepreneurs who seek information and support to further their business platforms, that come together once a month and listen to invited CIO’s, CTO’s of major companies, utilities and political leaders speak about their vision and opportunities within their enterprises.
Since the Urban Chamber IT Roundtable was founded in 2016, the members working together have been able to generate over 2.4 million dollars in contracts for minority businesses. (http://uccitrt.com