The Alternative Board Launches Awareness Forum March 25 for Top Missouri Executives and Business Owners

Mid-Missouri communities benefit from businesses served by The Alternative Board/Columbia. The business advisory group, celebrating more than two decades of service, helps executives and business owners solve business problems and put their organizations on a solid growth path.

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The Alternative Board/Columbia is offering an Awareness Forum, March 25 in Columbia, MO.

Our board members share and many firms have grown significantly as a result, says Columbia TAB founder Wayne Berry.

Columbia, MO (PRWEB) March 06, 2014

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A well-kept secret is celebrating two decades of service to Missouri business executives and owners.

The Alternative Board (TAB) is marking its twentieth year of service to the business community.

Throughout the years, dozens of Mid-Missouri chief executive officers and business owners have been a part of the international business advisory group. The executives and their communities have experienced growth as a result of The Alternative Board.

“We’ve been an unseen part of Columbia and the region's growth and vitality,” says Wayne Berry, founder and facilitator for the Columbia group. “Our board members share and in the process give insight and advice. Many firms have grown significantly as a result,” Berry says.

In addition to helping businesses, The Alternative Board helps individuals, Berry says.

"For our members, it’s often lonely at the top,” the certified management advisor says. “By getting together monthly with other executives, our members build camaraderie.”

The owner of a mid-Missouri manufacturing firm says The Alternative Board’s “structure allows the formation of deep, long-lasting, helpful alliances with other business owners who genuinely want to help each other." He says he has developed “an inner-circle of people I can discuss my deepest fears with, who help me with my toughest problems.”

In addition to monthly board meetings, TAB includes monthly consultations with Berry.

Columbia’s TAB currently is seeking executives to join the advisory group. A free TAB Awareness Forum will be offered Tuesday, March 25 in Columbia.

Interested individuals can pick from three sessions: 8 a.m. - 9:30 a.m.; 11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.; and 4:30 p.m. - 6 p.m.

Sessions are free and refreshments will be provided.

The Awareness Forum will be held at Regus at Stadium Shoppes, 303 N. Stadium Blvd., Suite 200. The facility is located next to Macy’s.

If you have questions about The Alternative Board or the March 25 event, contact Wayne Berry at 573-298-0083; cell, 314-518-4458; email, wberry(at)aquariustab(dot)com.