For anyone looking to start or grow their own business – or even for individuals looking for tips on how to move up in the corporate world – this event should not be missed.
FLORHAM PARK, N.J. (PRWEB) April 20, 2015
The panel discussions will center on marketing, finance and business behavior. Some of the panel participants include Rachel Durkan, founder of Paradigm Marketing & Design; Pam Ann Aungst, owner of Pam Ann Marketing, LLC; Chip Reichhard, president of Sandler Training of Morristown, NJ; Nora Simpson, founder of Experiential Neuroscience; Tommy Hilcken, owner of Toolbox Talent; Donna Miller, founder and president of C3Workplace; Wendi Caplan Carroll, area director-NE USA for Constant Contact; and Laura Melville, accounting division manager at C3Workplace.
Among the many accomplishments of the group, Aungst has been named by Sprout Social as a Twitter Success Story, Reichhard was recognized by the Morris County Chamber of Commerce with Small Business of the Year honors, and Miller has been named one of NJ Monthly’s Leading Women Entrepreneurs & Business Owners.
“The panel of individuals that C3Workplace has brought together for this event is truly remarkable,” Durkan says. “I’m honored to have been included and am looking forward to sharing the details of my own professional journey, which has spanned from marketing in the pharmaceutical to non-profit industries, and now in the small and mid-sized business sectors. For anyone looking to start or grow their own business – or even for individuals looking for tips on how to move up in the corporate world – this event should not be missed.”
Registration for the Small Business Week celebration requires a $25 investment fee and can be completed at http://www.c3workplace.com/events/small-business-week-2015/.
The panel discussions will run from 8:30 a.m. until noon on Wednesday, May 6, 2015, in the Orangerie in the Monninger Center at FDU’s Florham Campus, 285 Madison Avenue, Madison, NJ 07940.