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Posted on: February 6, 2020

Corporate Growth Through Technology Discussed at Mayor Bien-Aime's Next Business Luncheon

Mayor Bien-Aime's 4th Quarter Business Luncheon

North Miami Mayor, Philippe Bien-Aime invites the community to attend this year’s Fourth Quarter Business Luncheon at 12 p.m., Wednesday, December 4, at Florida International University’s Kovens Conference Center, located at 3000 NE 151st Street, North Miami.

This quarter’s luncheon is titled, Bricks to Clicks: Expanding Business Opportunities Through the Digital Marketplace. The keynote speaker, is Orlando Espinosa, Co-Founder of Emineo Media. Espinosa is a highly sought after speaker and educator, leading the charge on effective business structures, marketing strategies and interactive solutions focused on business growth through interactive marketing. A panel discussion by industry leaders in the area of e-commerce will follow.

“Ever-evolving technological advancement is a way of life that we all must embrace, especially members of the business community,” said Bien-Aime. “Businesses of all sizes are a driving force behind the success of all communities. North Miami’s Quarterly Business Luncheons are great means of keeping our City’s business leaders ahead of the curve.”

Representatives from UHealth will also be present to share details of the new LEED Certified outpatient facility coming to North Miami. The new medical facility will be located at Solé Mia, a mixed-use, 184 acres development in North Miami. The medical center will offer North Miami and the surrounding areas academic medicine in specialties dealing with cancer treatments from Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center, designated a Cancer Center of Excellence by the state of Florida; Bascom Palmer Eye Institute, ranked the number one eye care institute in the country; ambulatory care; cardiology; neurology; otolaryngology; urology; and orthopedics, as well as a host of other specialties.

Luncheon seating is limited. All guests must RSVP at via EventBrite. For more information, contact the North Miami Community Planning and Development Department at 305-895-9825 or email

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