Ron Shuffield, president of Esslinger-Wooten-Maxwell Realtors, is scheduled to present in the South Florida Economic Summit on Tuesday, January 11 at Jungle Island from 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
The Economic Summit will feature business leaders from South Florida who will give insight and perspective on economic indicators for a variety of industries including commercial and residential real estate, healthcare and technology, banking, travel and tourism, retail and automotive sales, and international trade.
Part-owner of Esslinger-Wooten-Maxwell Realtors since 1984, Shuffield sold the company to HomeServices of America, Inc., in 2003. EWM currently employs a staff of 700 people and is involved in $2 billion of South Florida real estate transactions annually.
Additional South Florida Economic Summit speakers include:
- Joe Caruncho, CEO, Preferred Care Partners
- Al Dosal, President & CEO, Compuquip Technologies, Inc.
- Daniel Hanrahan, CEO/President, Celebrity Cruise Lines
- Ted Fernandez, Chairman/C.E.O., Hackett Group
- Alphonse Ferrara, Partner, BDO
- Tere Blanca, President/CEO, Blanca Commercial Real Estate
- Paco Diaz, Senior Vice President, CB Richard Ellis
- Dario Fuentes, President, Florida International Bankers Association
- Julie Goldman, General Manager, The Falls Shopping Center
- Wendy Kallergis, President & CEO, Greater Miami and the Beaches Hotel Association
- Keith Koenig, President, City Furniture
- Jack Lowell, Vice President, Flagler Development
- Manny Mencia, Senior Vice President & COO International Trade, Enterprise Florida
- Mario Murgado, President & CEO, Brickell Motors
- Raul Pedraza, President and Chief Executive, Magno International
- Linda Quick, President, South Florida Hospital and Healthcare Association
- Alex Sanchez, President & CEO, Florida International Bankers Association
- William Talbert, President/CEO, Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau
- Ken Thomas, H.K. Thomas Associates, LLC
This event is presented by JPMorgan Chase and sponsored by South Florida Workforce, Check Point Software Technologies, Inc., Compuquip Technologies, Inc. and BDO.