Forum Focuses on Brevard Business Climate
MELBOURNE, FLA. — Inquiring business minds want to know: What is the business climate in Brevard County? Florida Tech’s College of Business will provide an
answer in an Industry-Education Forum on April1 from 3:30 to 5 p.m. in the Hartley Room of the Denius Student Center.
Free and open to the public, “The Changing Business Climate in Brevard County: Update from the Technology Sector,” will be the focus of a panel discussion.
Scheduled panelists are Cindy Kane, director of corporate relations at Harris Corp.; Bruce Buckingham, business outreach coordinator at NASA; Betty
Richards, director of human resources at Northrop Grumman; and Roberta Horne, manager of human resources at Rockwell Collins. Each panelist will provide
their organization’s view of the next two to ten years with regard to their endeavors locally. A “question and answer” session will follow their individual
Forums are sponsored by the Florida Tech College of Business Board of Overseers’ Industry/Education Programs Committee. For more information, contact Lyn
Chilcote at (321) 674-7327 or Chilcote@fit.edu.
Florida Tech’s College of Business offers bachelor’s degrees in accounting, business administration, business and environmental studies, information
management, e-commerce technology, and international business. The college also offers both an on-campus MBA degree and a new 100 percent online MBA