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A big thank you to Steve and Lonnie of New America Power for being such excellent Roundtable hosts. Your hospitality is greatly appreciated, as well as the interesting topic, “The Big Deal.” Everyone shared great stories and suggestions for prospecting and “closing deals”. The discussion certainly got everyone’s juices flowing! Key take-aways were positioning your company to be the “expert” in your industry by speaking at industry seminars/functions and blogs. It was interesting to learn how important Dave Van Horn’s blog is in generating revenue for PPR.
Pictured left to right: Ed Hutchinson – Hutchinson Mechanical, Nicole Marcum-Rife – Rife Real Estate, Shawn Orenstein – KTB, Craig Marowitz – ETA, Dave Van Horn – PPR, Clare Esposito – NAP, Lonnie Barish – NAP, PJ McMahon – McMahon Automotive, Matt Pincus – Pincus Elevator, Steve Esposito, Brent Franklin – Unlimited Technology.
A huge thank you to Brian Daggett of Kistler Tiffany Benefits for recommending one of his favorite charities for the BCA “Breakfast In The Evening” event. We’re so excited to have The Clay Studio as our special guests on November 19th. With guest speaker David Garibaldi it is suiting that we’ll be highlighting a charity dedicated to bringing art to the lives of youth in Philadelphia. Please remember to welcome our guests from The Clay Studio on Thursday, Nov. 19th at “Breakfast In The Evening” and make them feel right at home.
The Clay Studio was founded in 1974 by five artists in need of workspace, The Clay Studio was envisioned as a stepping stone for students fresh out of art school, offering affordable studio space and shared equipment. Soon The Clay Studio artists consciously shifted the Studio’s mission Read the rest of this entry »
Thank you to Brent Franklin for your hospitality at the Unlimited Technology Roundtable this past Wednesday, the great dialogue, and delicious lunch! The group shared their expertise on various management styles regarding the topic of micromanagement. Craig Marowitz from ETA, shared his mission statement, which promotes a culture of accomplishment and self directed behavior with accountability. He also suggested reading, The Oz Principle: Getting Results Through Individual and Organizational Accountability. Thank you to all the wonderful BCA members who attended and contributed to the conversation!
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”!
What a great time at the BCA Breakfast In The Evening last night! Thanks for joining us, we truly hope you found the time you spent with the BCA family a valuable and memorable one. There was such great energy in the room from; BELFOR’s Bloody Mary Bar, Young Adjustment’s Photo Booth, all the amazing guests in the room, Frank Caliendo, and of course our BCA Family!
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