BOSTON, MA (PRWEB) December 29, 2005
The fastest growing chapter of the global Entrepreneurs’ Organization (EO) will host an evening with former General Electric CEO and Winning author Jack Welch on Wednesday, January 11 at the historic Cyclorama/Boston Center for the Arts in Boston’s South End. The EO Boston Chapter event, expected to draw more than 400 entrepreneurs and C-level executives, will also feature a preview of the newest golf equipment, tips from top local golf pros using golf simulators and a custom putting green.
Moderated by WHDH Channel 7 news anchor Jonathan Hall, the event will also include dinner, cocktails, and the unique opportunity to speak with Welch about his visionary business strategies. Guests will receive a copy of Winning.
Event sponsors include Baker's Best Catering, Bank of America Championship, Boston Center for the Arts, Callaway Golf, Foot Joy, Mohamed-Penta Group at Morgan Stanley, Preston Events, and Bishoff Communications LLC. Supporting organizations include EO Albany, EO Hartford, Association for Corporate Growth (ACG Boston), The AdClub of Boston, World Presidents’ Organization (WPO Boston), and the Young Presidents’Organization (YPO Boston). Limited tables and corporate sponsorships are still available by contacting Caryn Saitz at 617.869.8422 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The event begins at 5:30 p.m. and tickets are $175.00. To register, visit http://www.eoboston.com. The deadline is January 6.
EO Boston consists of over 100 local entrepreneurs with significant buying power representing companies in a strong cross-section of the economy which generate millions of dollars in revenue. EO is the premier peer-to-peer, global network community and resource for entrepreneurs. As a nonprofit, educational organization, EO helps its members build upon their successes through an array of educational and networking opportunities. With more than 5,000 members in 116 chapters around the world, EO provides its members access to a dynamic network of peers on an international level.
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