How Small Business Can Break Through Growth Barriers: An Interactive Workshop Led by The Inc. CEO Project
September 12, 2012 |
Intercontinental Miami, Miami, Florida
Join us for, How Small Business Can Break Through Growth Barriers, an intimate workshop designed to walk you through a step-by-step process to knock down growth barriers. Experience a full morning of thought-provoking, interactive discussion--- led by Jim Schleckser, CEO and Managing Partner of the The Inc. CEO Project--- geared towards bolstering your bottom line, and achieving critical success.
Join the conversation!
Space is limited to 45 attendees to ensure you walk away with a personalized experience and an action-plan geared towards improving your company.
*An Inc. CEO Project consultation is worth over $2500, but this event is free, compliments of Ink from Chase.
This event will include:
*A complimentary networking breakfast
*A keynote address with interactive discussion led by Jim Schleckser
*An extended question and answer session
Event Schedule and Transportation Information
Event Schedule:Lobby Level
Location: Bayfront A
9:00am - Registration/Breakfast/Networking
**Includes complimentary breakfast**
10:00am - Keynote Address and Interactive Discussion
Speaker: Jim Schleckser, CEO and Managing Partner of The Inc. CEO Project
12:00pm - Additional Networking
12:30pm - Event Ends
Public Transportation Information:Metro Mover - Bayfront Park (Across the street from the Hotel)
Parking Information:Valet ONLY - $12 discounted rate
Driving to the hotel.
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.