Tuesday, February 26, 2013
Staying on top of the latest issues impacting your business is a necessity in today's marketplace. Recognizing this need, organizers of the 2013 Lake Business Conference have pulled together a day jam packed with topics specifically targeted at successfully doing business in the Lake of the Ozarks region.
If you are you looking for the latest information on:
• Health Care Reform – What’s It Mean for your Business?
• HR Updates – Hiring, Firing & Everything in Between
• Doing Business at the Lake – What does the Future Hold?
• What’s Going on at the Lake – Real Estate, Finance & Employment Updates
• Selling Your Business for Maximum Value
• “Likeability” – What’s Your L-Factor? and
• Effective Networking – Understanding Gender Differences
Then the Lake Business Conference is a “must attend” for you!
Designed for business owners, managers and supervisors, the conference will take place from 8 a.m.-3:30 p.m., Wednesday, March 27 at Tan-Tar-A Resort. The conference will start with a State Legislative Update focusing on proposed legislation that directly impact business. The conference luncheon session will provide participants with an opportunity to hear from representative from Dierbergs, Menards, Wood’s Supermarket and Summit Natural Gas, which are businesses that have recently move or expanded their operations here at the Lake.
Cost to attend is $40 per person if you are a member of any of the conference sponsors; and $60 per person for non-members. Additional attendees from a single business are $35 per person.
To view the full conference agenda or to register on-line, go to www.LakeBusinessConference.com or call University of Missouri Extension at 573-346-2644.
The 2013 Lake Area Business Conference is sponsored by the Camdenton Area, Eldon Area, Lake Area, Lake West and Lebanon Area Chambers of Commerce; University of Missouri Extension; Missouri Small Business & Technology Development Centers; Lake Convention & Visitor Bureau, Tri-County Lodging Association, Lake of the Ozarks SCORE; and Heart of the Ozarks Professional & Business Women.
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