The FWHCC’s activities address each of the areas that we believe are the cornerstones of a productive, thriving business environment:
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT | EDUCATION | CIVIC ENGAGEMENT
LEADERSHIP | BUSINESS
Our dedication to foster a vibrant economic environment can be seen through our rich and diverse projects.
To facilitate our economic activity representatives of AEM will speak to participants about the impact of Mexico on business in North Texas and specifically Tarrant County.
“Education is the most powerful weapon, which you can use to change the world.”
To facilitate a discussion about creating a thriving education system, the Chancellor of Tarrant County College District, Dr. Eugene Giovannini, will speak to attendees about his conclusions and impressions after approximately one year on the job, as well as discuss TCCD’s most pressing needs.
Bilingual Business Programs
We have proudly partnered with TCC to bring students fundamental skills in accounting, business planning, developing and managing.
Seminarios para Negocios Hispanos
Bi-monthly, interactive sessions presenting Spanish speaking entrepreneurs with education in diverse topics including but not limited to: branding, finance and technology.
“A government can be no better than the public opinion that sustains it.”
-Franklin D. Roosevelt
To facilitate a conversation about civic engagement, we have invited Tarrant County Judge Glen Whitley to discuss the role that county government plays in our lives and the many services that it provides. Judge Whitley will also update the Chamber on the state of Tarrant County and the great future of North Texas.
“Innovation distinguishes between a leader and a follower.”
To facilitate diversity in leadership, Fort Worth Mayor Betsy Price will talk about how she leads a diverse community, including topics such as leading a diverse City Council and City of Fort Worth employment and programs.
Young Professionals of Fort Worth
Young Professionals of Fort Worth is a program designed to sharpen the skills of individuals seeking to grow professionally and to assist them in getting involved in the Fort Worth community, ultimately developing and mentoring the executives of tomorrow.
We believe it is of the upmost importance to have ethical, motivated, enthusiastic leaders serve as its representatives in the community. Find out more about how you can join this group of representatives.
Women in Leadership
The FWHCC celebrates and supports women in leadership roles who are trailblazers in their industries. This year, the FWHCC will present two panel events for our entire membership and community to offer insight to this fast-growing leadership demographic. Both of these events afford participants a closer, more personal opportunity to learn from accomplished women in our community.
Women in Entrepreneurship
Women in Corporate America
“Try not to become a man of success, but a man of value.”
To facilitate a discussion about quality business development, a prominent executive from one of Fort Worth’s largest employers will discuss their company’s growth trajectories and offer participants an opportunity to interactively question how they have addressed business problems, staffing concerns and growing a thriving enterprise.
Becoming a sponsor brings more benefits than what you can imagine. Not only do you join an amazing repertoire of sponsors, but you also get the added benefits of being affiliated with our chamber as well as our great projects and programs.
Business networking is perhaps one of the strongest inputs for any and all industries. Find out why our membership list is continuously growing and our existing members return year after year.