Biztorming celebrates grand opening

Biztorming held a ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate the grand opening of its offices and Talent Development Center at 1846 I-10 Access Road South, Suite 201, in Beaumont on Wednesday, June 6.

“We’re happy to introduce our facility to the community and to our clients who will benefit from the training and consulting services that we offer for local business,” said Biztorming owner and CEO Luciana Paulise. “This ribbon-cutting ceremony is a dream come true for me, as it is another step for Biztorming’s continuous growth.”

The Greater Beaumont Chamber of Commerce organized the ribbon-cutting ceremony.

Andy Dill, interim president of the GBCOC attended the event, as well as members from the SETX Hispanic Women’s Network and U.S. veterans. The event was bilingual, as the speakers also translated their message into Spanish.

Biztorming will deliver training courses in-company as well as in the new La Ley Radio facility at 1846 Interstate 10 Access Road.

The training will center on leadership skills for new managers and business owners, safety awareness, business systems development and process improvement. Biztorming offers group sessions, one-on-one and online coaching. Training sessions are also held in Spanish, so the company has become a new resource for the Hispanic speakers’ talent development. Biztorming was chosen as the “Start-up of the Year 2016-2017” by the GBCOC because of their innovative training approach.

“We’re delighted to be able to help develop the community. We invite companies willing to go to the next level, to contact us receive a free diagnostics. We would like to have the opportunity to show businesses what we do and customize it to their specific needs. That is our main differentiator to other global trainers. We are local, flexible and innovative,” said Paulise.