Maximize Your Growth in the New Economy
September 13, 2012 |
deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum, Lincoln, MA
Join Inc. magazine and Salem Five for an inspirational evening of networking and conversation from a panel of Inc. 5000 CEOs, Jim Schleckser, CEO of the Inc. CEO Project, and your fellow business-owners from the Boston community. You'll have an unprecedented opportunity to be a part of the discussion, get inside the minds of hyper-successful entrepreneurs, and gain insight on how to maximize your growth in the new economy.
Event Schedule and Transportation Information
Event Schedule:Floor 3
6:00pm - Registration Opens/Reception & Networking
**Includes beverages and passed hors d'oeuvres**
Location: 3rd Floor Lobby/Sculpture Terrace
6:30pm - Program Begins
Location: Dewey Family Gallery
7:45pm - Free-form Networking
Location: 3rd Floor Lobby
**Includes open bar and heavy hors d'oeuvres**
9:00pm - Event Ends
Public Transportation:The Fitchburg/South Acton Line of the MBTA Commuter Rail stops in Lincoln. Take Purple Line to Lincoln Center. Walking past shopping plaza, continue for approximately 1.5 miles to 5 way intersection. Go left onto Sandy Pond Road. Museum is approximately .4 mile on right.
Parking Information:A parking lot is located directly in front of the Museum. Parking is complimentary. The entrance to the Museum will be directly in front of the parking lot. Once you enter the Museum, you will see an elevator and stairs that you can take to the 3rd floor. You will see the event space as soon as you get to the 3rd floor.
Driving to the venue.
Jim Schleckser enjoys growing companies and helping others grow theirs. With 27 years of leadership across a wide variety businesses, he brings experience in managing organizations in both public and private environments across all functional areas. He is currently CEO of the Inc. CEO Project, a firm that focuses on building the support organizations that CEOs need to break through their toughest challenges and keep growing. He has most recently run professional service, telecommunications, software, hardware and capital equipment businesses. All of these businesses had extensive international operations. Jim has done business in 26 countries, spanning the globe.
Evan Falchuk serves as Vice-Chairman of Boston-based Best Doctors, Inc. The global health company, founded in 1989, is dedicated to putting people in control of their own health care by helping them get the right diagnosis and right treatment. Best Doctors today reaches 30 million members in every major region of the world. Highly regarded for his expertise in health care, health care reform, social media strategy and executive leadership, Evan's perspective has been featured in high-profile outlets ranging from The Wall Street Journal and CNN to Forbes and USA Today. Evan also is a popular draw in the social media world: His widely read See First blog is regularly featured on industry leader sites like Better Health and KevinMD.com.
Narragansett is led by Mark Hellendrung, a life-long Rhode Islander and beverage industry insider with nearly 15 years experience spearheading the growth strategies for several leading beverage companies. Prior to Narragansett, Mark served as President of Nantucket Nectars beginning in 1994. Over eight years, Mark established operating and sales platforms that enabled the business to expand by more than $60M. Following Nantucket Nectars, Mark served from 2003 to 2004 as interim-President of Magic Hat Brewing Co., then a 50,000 barrel craft brewer in Burlington, VT. Mark originally began his career with KPMG. He received a B.A. in Business Economics from Brown University and an M.S. in Accountancy from Bentley College. He currently serves on the boards of Blount Seafood, The Steel Yard, and the Aquidneck Island Land Trust.