Greenville professionals have full calendar ahead

July 9, 2012 by  

The Greenville Chamber of Commerce has gone above and beyond in making sure that local professionals have at least a few options at their disposal this month.

Things get interesting this Friday, July 13, with the next segment of the ever-informative Public Policy Lunch Series. Featuring an outstanding guest speaker in Alan Wilson, South Carolina’s Attorney General, members of the business community will be getting updated on the latest developments taking place within the State Attorney’s Office. Being held at the Poinsett Club on Washington Street, the cost of attending this member-exclusive event is $25.

With sponsorship opportunities available for this luncheon, however, Greenville entrepreneurs can also do a little bit of self-promotion. Those who are interested in trying this out would do well to contact a local printing company to discuss the ins and outs of various printing services.

Five days later, the Greenville Chamber of Commerce will be hosting yet another informative Sales Roundtable on July 18. Over the course of this workshop, Jeremy Bishop of Residence Inn is going to be presenting ‘Stylized Selling.’ In light of how genders and generational norms are evolving, it’s important for sales professionals and company decision makers to adjust and put their companies in a better position for the future. Priced at $7.50 for lunch, this is also a popular place to network with other professionals.

A little less than a week later, on July 24, Jim Geffert will be hosting ‘Dale Carnegie Leading Virtual Teams.’ Free to all who pre-register and going from 2:30 pm to 5:00 pm, this is another one to consider.