Networking Luncheon being held July 17
June 25, 2012 by Mark
July promises to be an active month for everyone, with Turnersville professionals being encouraged to attend a chamber networking luncheon and with an informative presentation being held shortly afterwards.
The Washington Township Chamber of Commerce has given its members a fair amount of notice, with the next Networking Luncheon taking place on July 17. Typically noted for both the opportunities it offers to network as well as the informative guest speakers, this upcoming luncheon will not disappoint.
Addressing the topic of increasing productivity and moving the company towards the next level, Ed Oberman and Cheryl Egizi will be presenting “Leveraging Time & Maximizing Income” as well as “Health & Wellness- Small Business Strategies.” Starting at noon and continuing for a good hour and a half, the content is once again going to be practical on a number of levels.
Of course, the other highlight of these luncheons is the time dedicated to letting attendees interact with one another. Just to be on the safe side, it cannot hurt to get in touch with a print company to discuss the possibility of getting some business card printing done.
Just a day after the luncheon, there will be a lecture taking place in Philadelphia. Being held at the Chemical Heritage Foundation, David C. Brock and Jon Gertner, author of “The Idea Company” will be talking about the role Bell Labs has played in the technological history of America. Beginning in the evening of July 18 with a listed timeframe of 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm, this is a free event which is well worth a look.