Florida Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

Zynergy Attends Florida State Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Gala

James Zimbardi, CEO of Zynergy, attended the Florida State Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Gala held at Portofino Bay Hotel in Universal Orlando. The event was a phenomenal success with over 100 companies in attendance. Also making an appearance were Governor Jeb Bush, Mayor of Orlando Glenda Hood, President of Florida State Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Julio Fuentes, and President of the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Central Florida Raiza Tamayo.

“It is important that Zynergy supports the Hispanic Business Community since it is such a powerful and growing community in Florida,” said Zimbardi. “We see great opportunities to assist Hispanic-based businesses by implementing innovative marketing concepts through the Internet to position them as leaders in the eBusiness community as well.”

About Florida State Hispanic Chamber of Commerce:
The Florida State Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (FSHCC) was incorporated in February 2000 to represent and support Florida’s Hispanic business community. It serves as an umbrella organization for the local Hispanic chambers located throughout Florida, and it is the only statewide economic development organization that addresses the Hispanic business market exclusively. The Chamber has already seen tremendous growth, with 7,000 members and an additional 5,000 projected to join by the end of 2001.

James Zimbardi
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James Zimbardi is the CEO of Zynergy. He has over 20-years of experience incubating startups, launching companies in various industries, and leading digital business innovation projects for large corporations. His expertise is leading cross-functional teams and progressive thinking startup companies through the process of launching new ideas, products, and services. Mr. Zimbardi has a Bachelor in Business Administration in Marketing and IT, and an MBA from MIT as a Sloan Fellow in Innovation and Global Leadership. Company Bio | LinkedIn Profile

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