Posted by: gmcquade | March 12, 2010

San Gabriel Valley Economic Partnership 2010 Opportunities Conference Coming Soon

EVENT INFORMATION

Tuesday, May 18, 2010 :: 7:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.
Pacific Palms Resort, Industry

The 2010 Opportunities Conference will highlight priorities for businesses, civic and community leaders, and educators on how to prepare for the new economy. Join us as Bill Allen, president and ceo of the Los Angeles County Economic Development Corporation presents the recently released Strategic Plan for Economic Development for Los Angeles County. The conference will feature six breakout sessions, an exhibitor area, and luncheon. Featured breakout session panelists include leading development executives, policy makers, entreprenuers, educators and innovators.

Tuesday, May 18, 2010
7:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m.
Pacific Palms Resort, Industry

EVENT INFORMATION

Tuesday, May 18, 2010 :: 7:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.
Pacific Palms Resort, Industry

The 2010 Opportunities Conference will highlight priorities for businesses, civic and community leaders, and educators on how to prepare for the new economy. Join us as Bill Allen, president and ceo of the Los Angeles County Economic Development Corporation presents the recently released Strategic Plan for Economic Development for Los Angeles County. The conference will feature six breakout sessions, an exhibitor area, and luncheon. Featured breakout session panelists include leading development executives, policy makers, entreprenuers, educators and innovators.

GENERAL SESSION SPEAKER

Bill Allen

William C. “Bill” Allen  Biography
President & CEO
Los Angeles CountyEconomic Development Corporation
(LAEDC)

BREAKOUT SESSION TOPICS
Financing Your Future
How has Business Banking and Financing Changed?

Beyond the Rainbow
The Future of Water in California and the San Gabriel Valley

Green Jobs are the New Economy: Miracle or Myth?
Are Businesses and our Workforce Prepared?

Lots of Space
Planning Strategically for Reuse of Closed Business Properties

Managing Today’s Workforce Tomorrow
Human Resources and Training Needs for the Future

Visit the San Gabriel Valley – My Kind of Place
The Growing Tourism and Hospitality Sectors

REGISTRATION INFORMATION

SGVEP Members: $125
Non-SGVEP Members: $150
Cost includes continental breakfast, general session, six breakout sessions, exhibitor access, and luncheon.

To register, please complete and mail/fax the Conference Registration Form or call the SGVEP office, (626) 856-3400.

EGISTRATION INFORMATION

SGVEP Members: $125
Non-SGVEP Members: $150
Cost includes continental breakfast, general session, six breakout sessions, exhibitor access, and luncheon.

To register, please complete and mail/fax the Conference Registration Form or call the SGVEP office, (626) 856-3400.

Media Sponsor

Business Life Magazine

For information on sponsoring or being an exihibitor at the 2010 Opportunities Conference, please view the Sponsorship Form. This event represents an outstanding and cost effective opportunity for members to gain prominent exposure and recognition as sponsoring organizations. For more information, please call the SGVEP office at (626) 856-3400.

Media Sponsor

For information on sponsoring or being an exihibitor at the 2010 Opportunities Conference, please view the Sponsorship Form. This event represents an outstanding and cost effective opportunity for members to gain prominent exposure and recognition as sponsoring organizations. For more information, please call the SGVEP office at (626) 856-3400.
Planning Strategically for Reuse of Closed Business Properties

Managing Today’s Workforce Tomorrow
Human Resources and Training Needs for the Future

Visit the San Gabriel Valley – My Kind of Place
The Growing Tourism and Hospitality Sectors

The San Gabriel Valley Economic Partnership is a regional, not-for-profit corporation supported and directed by its members and committed to the continued successful economic development of the San Gabriel Valley. A collaboration of businesses, local government, higher education institutions, and non-profits, the Partnership pursues this commitment through three key areas of focus: providing professional business assistance, advocating public policy and marketing the San Gabriel Valley.

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