As part of The Community House (TCH) focus to provide more ways to advance business professionals in the marketplace, TCH is hosting its third annual Business Symposium, “How to Make More Money,” on October 23rd , 7:30am-1:30pm at The Community House, 380 South Bates Street, Birmingham, MI. Linda Orlans, Founder and CEO of the Orlans Group, will serve as the event’s keynote speaker.
As a nonprofit, The Community House goal is to raise $30,000 from the Symposium to help fund TCH programs for at risk youth and children in need in Oakland and Wayne counties.
“We encourage everyone, whether you work as an employee in a department, head up a division, own a business, or are a professional advisor, sales or marketing person, to attend our third annual Business Educational Symposium, said Camille Jayne, President and CEO of The Community House. “Attendees will learn what tools they need to ‘Make More Money’ from professionals who have mastered their panel topics. For the past two years, our Business Educational Symposium has sold out, so make sure to make reservations early and help us raise money to support our outreach programs for children in need.”
Every attendee will go to three moderated seminars with four expert panelists giving key tips and tools of how to “maximizing their success potential” in the following topic areas:
SEMINAR 1: Plan Your Attack
Moderated by Betsy Reich, The Colburn Group
• How to Change Course, Imerman Cake Company
• Who’s Your Target?, Moncur Assoicates
• Selling Yourself, Christine Lynn, Cranbrook Realtors,
• Finding New Revenue, The JAYNE Group
SEMINAR 2: Make Your Move
Moderated by James Cristbrook, Shain Park Realtors
• Affordable Marketing Options, Comcast Spotlight
• Opportunities Through Loans, Bank of Birmingham
• Savvy Business Planning, CPR-Cell Phone Repair
• Getting the Word Out, Centigrade
SEMINAR 3: Secure Your Future
Moderated by Bert Copple, Home Instead
• Negotiating for Yourself, Secure Planning Strategies
• Money Investment Options, Managed Asset Portfolios
• Making Smart Job Moves, Aeroteck
• Paying Uncle Sam Less, Rehmann
Attendees will also hear remarks from Linda Orlans, Founder and CEO of the Orlans Group. Linda Orlans has launched multiple successful ventures including eTitle Agency, a title and settlement services company specializing in residential and commercial real estate, as well as three other law firms in the Mid-Atlantic region serving nine states. Today there are over 700 employees working within Orlans’ companies. A lifelong resident of Michigan, Linda’s philanthropy and commitment to the communities in which she lives and conducts business is embedded in her personality and reflected in the values of all her companies – which encourage financial and social responsibility, integrity and innovation. Community service is a continuum at the Orlans’ companies.
The Orlans Group is the presenting sponsor of the Business Symposium. Other sponsors include: breakfast sponsor, PNC Bank; complimentary valet sponsor, Dr. William J. Vasileff, M.D.; print sponsor Malibu Technologies, media sponsors, dbusiness and greeningdetroit.com; seminar sponsors, Managed Asset Portfolios, Northwood University and Raymond James.
The half day symposium includes structured business networking sessions at both breakfast and lunch with facilitated networking at each table, designed to make it very comfortable for attendees to meet others while learning some new business tools. Attendees will receive a binder filled with panelists’ key nuggets, recommended websites and book suggestions. Tickets: $60. TCH received a donation to offer 50 scholarships to nonprofit management people and unemployed/under employed people at no expense. Register at www.tchsymposium.org, or contact The Community House 248-644-5832, 380 South Bates Street, Birmingham, MI.
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