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CareerSource Tampa Bay will host business and education summit

The summit is scheduled for the end of February.
CareerSource Tampa Bay is hosting a business and education summit at the end of February. Pictured is its office in Tampa in 2017. [DOUGLAS R. CLIFFORD   |   Times] [CLIFFORD, DOUGLAS R.  |  Tampa Bay Times]
CareerSource Tampa Bay is hosting a business and education summit at the end of February. Pictured is its office in Tampa in 2017. [DOUGLAS R. CLIFFORD | Times] [CLIFFORD, DOUGLAS R. | Tampa Bay Times]
Published Jan. 3

CareerSource Tampa Bay is hosting a business and education summit at the end of February. Called “Vision 2020,” the education summit will focus on the current economy and the future of work, and will feature speakers including Tampa Mayor Jane Castor.

Attendees will be able to participate in interactive discussions around growing skilled talent and training workforce in the area. Among the speakers for the event are Hillsborough County Commissioner Sandra Murman, Sage Policy Group CEO Anirban Basu and Tampa General Hospital CEO John Couris. Roughly 250 attendees are expected.

The Feb. 28 event will be held at the Tampa Marriott Water Street with a kickoff at 8:30 a.m. For more information and to register, visit https://www.careersourcetampabay.com/vision2020. Attendance is $50.

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