May 03, 2019
Taylor Porter hosted a breakfast panel briefing in the firm's Founders Room on May 1 before the annual Louisiana Chamber of Commerce Day at the Capitol, in which executives from chambers of commerce from across Louisiana convene for updates, and then attend committee meetings at the Capitol and observe the House and Senate in session.
The breakfast briefing was organized by the Louisiana Association of Chamber of Commerce Executives (LACCE), and speakers included Louisiana State Senate member Sharon Hewitt, and Louisiana House of Representatives members Nancy Landry and Kirk Talbot. The mission of LACCE is to promote the improvement of management skills, techniques and proficiency of Chamber Executives; to encourage the training of present and prospective executives; and to act as a clearinghouse for the dissemination of improved methods, practices, and plans for administration of such organizations.
Louisiana Chambers combined represent more than 25,000 businesses and their employees.
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