Scenes from TBBW’s CEO Connect with Cliff Scott (PHOTOS)

Tampa Bay Business and Wealth held its November CEO Connect with Cliff Scott, chief executive officer of Career Match Solutions, at the Humane Society of Tampa Bay.

Presenting sponsors for the event included CI Group, CLA and Shumaker.

Bridgette Bello, CEO and publisher of TBBW, interviewed Scott in front of a live audience.

Photos by Heike Sabo

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