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A big thank you to Mitch Wienick of Kelleher Associates and Jill Aquino, who hosted their first BCA Roundtable yesterday. Participants engaged in the powerful topic, “What strategies and actions have you employed to accelerate business growth?” Alliance management was a term that was discussed. Another key talking point was the importance of existing clients, “do they know all your services?” Thanks to all the members who participated in the great conversation, we hope you will continue your relationship building.
From left to right: Marc Fanzoni – Commonwealth, Brandon Steiger – Synergema, Mitch Wienick – Kelleher, Mary Pat Kessler – BCA, Steven Esposito – NAP, Paul Becker – DDP, Cheryl Bode – Farmstead, Craig Marowitz – ETA, Nick Lanzi – Direct Choice, Ryan Dugan – AEC, Ginny Heron-Doerr – Proshred.
We love hearing about all the wonderful things BCA members do together. We also love spotting them in the Style Section of the Philadelphia Inquirer. Way to go Brian Lipstein, of Henry A. Davidsen, what a good write-up. Marc Franzoni of Commonwealth Agency, has been discovered as a menswear model donning Henry A. Davidsen and the most fashionable men’s accessory of the season. Along with his fellow BCA members David Neff, Neff Associates and Michael Howard, American Executive Centers. Looking fabulous guys! CLICK HERE to view the full article.
Thank you to Jon Buzan and Jerry Naples of REPSG for hosting an interesting, and fun Roundtable. They held their Roundtable at the Piazza with a penthouse view. It was the perfect spot for their topic discussion: If you were King or President, what laws would you change? This generated a lot of conversation about underserved issues in society. Thank you to all the BCA members who contributed. #BCAProud
Thank You Marc Franzoni of Commonwealth for hosting a great Roundtable at the beautiful Philadelphia Cricket Club. The topic prompted a lot of great response: What was your darkest professional moment, and how did you over come it? Attendees shared and created an encouraging environment. Key take-aways were, Balance is critical in your life: work, family and health. Keep a positive mindset, stay on the high road, don’t listen to the negativity. Be progressive, embrace change (example technology). Thanks all for your positive attributions to the BCA “brain trust”!