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DATE / TIME EVENTS / INDUSTRY LOCATION
Jan 17, 2013
05:00PM
Business Vitality in Marin – Bay Area Is a Growth Market
Presented by Robert Eyler, Professor of Economics Quarterly Event Gives Marin Business Professionals an Opportunity to Network and Share Insights on Best Business Practices
Marin,
Wood Island Office Auditorium
Event Description

The next Marin Business Forum gathering is scheduled for the New Year with Robert Eyler, Professor of Economics and Director of the Center for Regional Economic Analysis and the Executive MBA program at Sonoma State University. Professor Eyler will be assessing the growth markets around the Bay Area and Marin County in particular. Be sure to mark your calendars.The gathering will be held at the Wood Island Office Auditorium, 80 E. Sir Francis Drake Blvd. in Larkspur.

 

The Marin Business Forum was the brain child of Pacific Crest Group (www.pcg-services.com), Filice (www.filice.com), and Cypress Partners (www.cypresspart.com), who pooled their expertise to create a networking group to give local entrepreneurs and professionals a chance to meet one another and make new business connections. This event is to provide expert guidance, education and inspiration to take back to the office and concentrate on core business strategies for growth and expansion. For more information on the speaker and to keep abreast of future events, visit www.marinbusinessforum.com.

Fee: $0.00

Contact Information
Name: Franka Winchester     Email: fwinchester@pcg-services.com
Phone: 415-461-2586

 

 

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