Charlotte professionals have options this month

January 9, 2012 by  

This January Charlotte-based entrepreneurs will get at least two excellent opportunities to gain valuable information while interacting with other members of the business community.

Beginning with the Survive & Thrive Breakfast being held at Maggiano’s Little Italy on Sharon Road, local professionals can enjoy a wonderful meal while making each other’s acquaintance. Currently going by the title ‘Gaining and Retaining Customers’, the presentation will be nothing less than informative.

Scheduled to take place January 11th, 2012 at 7:30 am-9:00 am, there’s no question that this breakfast has been planned with the time constraints of business owners in mind.

Following closely on the heels of the Survive & Thrive event, Charlotte’s business community will also be able to attend an East Chapter Luncheon on the 17th. With the topic of discussion listed as “The 2012 Economic Forecast”, there’s a lot to be gained from registering and putting in an appearance at The VanLandingham Estate. Taken from the event promoters:

“The continuing coverage of the European debt crisis has heightened awareness over the fragility of today’s economies. The rise of financial contagion, as well as the uncertainty concerning the future impacts of the U.S.’s attempt for deficit reduction has left market watchers on their toes. Given the importance of understanding the status of today’s economies, Wells Fargo Economist Tim Quinlan will shed light on where the U.S. and European economies stand today, and what growth might look like for the future ahead.”

Between the content of these presentations and the chance to exchange a bit of business card printing , January projects to be a good month for Charlotte’s business owners.

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