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If you haven’t already, make sure to sign up for our upcoming September events. The Art & Science A BCA Celebration of Online and Offline Speaker Reception and the Hospitality Breakfast hosted by Synergema!! The experience is going to be different and unique in it’s own way so you DON’T want to miss out! Our guest speaker for the Breakfast is Scott Stratten. Also, our charity spotlight will be the TechGirlz. Speaking will be Steve Rossman. The deadline to register for the Speaker Reception is September 22nd and the deadline to register for the Hospitality Breakfast is September 23rd.
See below for further details about both events.
Art & Science A BCA Celebration of Online and Offline, Speaker Reception
Date: September 29th, 2016
Time: 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm
Where: Valleybrook Country Club, 200 Golfview Drive, Blackwood, New Jersey 08012
September Hospitality Breakfast
Date: September 30th, 2016
Time: 7:00 am – 9:30 am
Where: The National Constitution Center, 525 Arch Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19106
Speaker: Scott Stratten
Thank you to Synergyma, all golfers who playing in the 2016 BCA Golf Outing will receive a sweet Synergema Golf Towel! Its the perfect accessory for your Golf Bag. Plus it becomes pretty functional on a hot August Day.
Thanks to everyone who attended the FMI Direct Marketing Solutions Roundtable yesterday. Lisa, Mike, Steve and Eric, you sure know how to host a party and take advantage of the beautiful day. The BBQ was perfect and you made ‘superheroes out of all of us with your presentation on FMI’s capabilities. FMI gave us a tour of their grand facility which was eye opening for those who had no idea of their fantastic capabilities.
- Research your prospects thoroughly and come ready with solutions to their problems
- Highlight the quantifiable benefits of your offerings rather than just the features
- Do more ‘showing’ than ‘telling’
- Listen more and let the prospect feel heard
A big Thank You to Brandon and Heather Steiger for helping “Get Our Creative Juices Flowing” and sharing their great talents with us at the Synergema Roundtable on Wednesday. The Thinking Putty and lunch boxes were a huge hit. Everyone took away something valuable from the discussion on how to inspire experiences and help move the needle. From Dream Boards to War Rooms to going off the grid…everyone has a different ways to ‘get creative’ and the application of creativity is universal in everything we do. One of the best take aways was, “find 5 things you can’t do and find ways to do them”.
Pictured left to right: Paul Blake – Greater Media, Joleen Jaworski – BCA, Brandon Steiger – Synergema, Cheryl Bode – BCA, Phil Jaurigue – Sabre, Jim Doerr – Proshred, Cheryl Beth Kuchler – Ballantree, Nick Lanzi – Direct Choice, Heather Steiger – Synergema, Gene Grimaldi – OMNIA Architects, Joe Gaglioti – Joseph Anthony Spa & Salon
A big thank you also to Ryan Dugan, of AEC, for being our mystery guest and giving tours of his great facility.
Thank you Safian & Rudolph for a great Roundtable. This morning’s Roundtable was hosted by our favorite jewelers, Hy and Richie Goldberg of Safian & Rudolph Jewelers. The topic of How to Motivate Employees through different compensation structures was very thought provoking. Safian & Rudolph has the “trust factor” and a company culture that truly is one of the most valuable assets in the diamond industry. From a social media campaign to business development suggestions, thank you to all the members who put effort into today’s discussion. Congratulations again Hy and Richie for your continued success you deserve it!
Pictured from left to right: Heather Steiger – Synergema, Paul Becker – DDP, Richie Goldberg – Safian & Rudolph, Lonnie Barish – NAP, Nick Pody – H.C. Pody Company, Carl Fischer – CamaPlan, Mitch Wienick – Kelleher, Jim Geier – HCCP, Hy Goldberg – Safian & Rudolph
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.
A Huge Thank you goes out to Lou Rodriguez of Rodriguez Consulting who hosted yesterday’s Roundtable. The impactful topic, “The Power of Mentors” created a platform for an amazing conversation. BCA Members learned about Rodriguez Consulting’s work on all the Philadelphia water systems including Fairmount Water Work’s Museum! It was fascinating to learn Philadelphia’s original water system consisted of tanks and pipes made of wood!
Many members contributed their thoughts including Mitch Weinick, who differentiated the terms Advisor, Role Model, Coach, and Mentor for the group. Mentors can take any role in life, and are valuable at any age, and many members agreed it is important to mentor those who are younger. Phil Jaurigue and Brian Lipstein contributed that it can be lonely at the top of your company, so learning from those you mentor and taking advice from others is important.
Thanks to all the BCA Members who contributed their time and energy to the BCA “Braintrust” and enjoyed a beautiful day out at Fairmount Water Works!
From Left to Right: Mary Pat Kessler-BCA, Jon Buzan-REPSG, Hugh Pody-H.C.Pody, Brian Lipstein-Henry A. Davidsen, Lonnie Barish-NAP, Mitch Wienick-Kelleher, Lou Rodriguez, Lindsay Rosenberg-Riversharks, Shawn Orenstein-KTB, Dave Czarnecki-CzarStar Security, Jeff Backal-Team Builders, Brandon Steiger-Synergema, Phil Jaurigue-Sabre Systems, Shaun Lyons-Precision