Fraser Connects The Dots

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George Fraser combines his fervent message of self-empowerment with concrete practical advice and information about career, business and networking possibilities.

On Thursday, September 14, 2006, the HSBC African Heritage Diversity Committee presented the "The Art of Networking” at HSBC Bank located at 452 Fifth Avenue in Manhattan, New York.  Among the presenters were keynote speaker,  George C. Fraser, Chairman & CEO of Frasernet, Inc., welcome remarks by Tony Murphy, CEO of HSBC Securities (USA) Inc. and Introductions by Michele Chow-Tai, VP and Business Manager of Structured Equity Linked Products, HSBC Bank USA, N.A. (Event Chair).
 
Tony Murphy shared new diversity initiatives that HSBC has embarked upon and noted that diversity is America's strength.  Live music was provided by "Hypnotic Brass Ensemble". 
 
George C. Fraser discussed the importance of education, developing marketable skills and relationship building.   He also emphasized the importance of living life with purpose and stated that the purpose of life is to love, give, serve, and add value to others.   Mr. Fraser encouraged African Americans to leverage their collective resources and intellectual capital. 

"I agree with Mr. Fraser.  Successful businesses are based and built upon relationships.  Maximizing relationships and networking are key elements to success,"  stated Dr. Chandra Cromwell, Business Manager to Hip Hop artist,  Rob-O and CFO of 5th Avenue Records.

George Fraser combines his fervent message of self-empowerment with concrete practical advice and information about career, business and networking possibilities.   George Fraser is President of Success Source Unlimited and Publisher of The SuccessGuide:  The Networking Guide to Black Resources.  He is a popular speaker and author of numerous articles and the best-selling book, Success Runs in Our Race.  Mr. Fraser is founder of the annual PowerNetworking Conference considered the largest gathering of Black professionals, business owners and community leaders.  Quote by George C. Fraser: "The Greatest Enemy Of Potential Is Success" .
 
Log on to www.frasernet.com for  membership inquiries or to purchase George Fraser's books, tapes, and Success Guide.
 
Phil Andrews is BSN's Business Columnist and CEO of PA Public Relations Company
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