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The Make More Save More Series

Current Event: Thursday, December 10, 2015

Managing Change: Lessons in Transformation

Introductory Remarks:

Stacey Holland,
Executive Director of the Lenfest Foundation

Stacey Holland will discuss the state of philanthropy in greater Philadelphia focused on education funding.


Program Details:

There is a saying that change is the only constant. Main Line Health President & CEO John J. (Jack) Lynch III is in a position to know. He has been at the center of an evolution since taking the helm one of the region’s largest employers 10 years ago. His team’s commitment to patient safety and its success in expanding and improving Main Line Health’s facilities predated the passage of the Affordable Care Act, which will influence health care forever. Hear him share lessons learned in this unique setting.


Location:

Doubletree by
Hilton Valley Forge
301 W. Dekalb Pike
King of Prussia, PA 19406

Agenda:

7:30 - 8:00am
Registration /
Networking / Breakfast
8:00 - 9:30am
Presentation
9:30 - 10:00am
Networking

Pricing:

MLCC Gold Members $40
MLCC Standard Members $45
Non-MLCC Members $55


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June 2015 Event Video:

What is The Make More Save More Series?

Business is a social enterprise that requires constant outreach, adaptation and learning – all of which are central to The Make More Save More Series™ now in its fourth year. The eight annual business information-sharing and peer networking gatherings have drawn top business leaders from throughout the region as speakers and attendees.

The Make More Save More concept was developed in the wake of a 2010 survey of members of The Main Line Chamber of Commerce, a 93-year-old business membership association whose members are core to our region’s economic strength. When asked about issues that were most important to our members, generating more revenue and effectively controlling costs topped the list. Speakers have addressed issues such as marketing, managing talent, leadership development, business relationships, technology, changing commercial real estate needs, social media and communications, and global business.

We are excited to announce that the Series will return in 2014 at a new location, The Double Tree Hotel ballroom in King of Prussia. Our program sponsors support the Series because they care about businesses in the region and see the program as a way to help them succeed. We thank them for their leadership.

At Make More Save More Series™ events, top executives Network, Strategize and Act to help their companies become more successful. Join us.


Bernard Dagenais
MLCC’s President & CEO





2015 Make More / Save More
Series Sponsors

To learn more about participating in or sponsoring this initiative, contact Bernard Dagenais, President & CEO of The Main Line Chamber of Commerce at 484-253-1112 or via e-mail at bdagenais@mlcc.org.

Title Sponsor:

 MLCC LinkedIn page  Main Line Chamber Facebook page  Main Line Chamber Twitter Page  


2015 Series

February 26
Creating The Bulletproof Business


March 26
The War for Talent


April 30
Lessons from Fast-Growth Companies


May 28
Productivity


June 24
Ted Talks


September 24
Rules of Work


October 29
Social Media


December 10
Managing Change


Location:


DoubleTree by Hilton
Valley Forge
301 W. Dekalb Pike
King of Prussia, PA 19406


Agenda:


7:30 - 8:00 am
      Networking / Breakfast
8:00 - 9:30 am
      Presentation
9:30 - 10 am
      Networking

Pricing:

MLCC Gold Members $40
MLCC Members $45
Non-MLCC Members $55

 




 

 

Platinum Sponsors

       
Crozer Keyston Health System      
         





Silver Sponsors

     





Event Sponsors

  Valley Creek Productions 

 


Event Photos

October 29, 2015 - Social Media: Break-Through Tech Messaging

         


The Enterprise team came to support their CEO Bobby Keyes who presented the Introductory Remarks.

 


Introductory remarks speaker Vice President of Enterprise Bobby Keyes speaks to the key points on how to keep your employees happy.

 


President & CEO of MLCC Bernie Dagenais leads the social media presentation with panelists Kim Landry, Bob Weber and Ellen Langas.


Andy Malone of sponsor RSM US talks about the integration of McGladrey and welcomes introductory remarks speaker Bobby Keyes.

 


(L-R) Mark Steinke of Focal Point Business Coaching of PA, Nicoy Hines of Wells Fargo and James Reese of Reese's Professional Home & Office Cleaning enjoy their breakfast before the “Social Media” presentation.

 


Attendees listen intently to the many aspects of how social media helps businesses obtain new clients and retain current customers.

September 24, 2015 - RULES OF WORK Legal Issues for Bosses and their Employees

         


Attendees mingle among sponsors before start of program.

 


VP of Business Development for Wells Fargo Bill Shipp, and Founder & Chair of Vision 2020 Lynn Yeakel speak about the involvement of Wells Fargo with Vision 2020.

 


“Rules of Work” speakers (L-R) George B. Randolph Shareholder of Riley, Riper Hollin & Colagreco, Robin Bond Founder & Principal of Transition Stratiegies, Lynn Yeakel Founder & Chair of Vision 2020, Bill Shipp VP of Business Development for Wells Fargo and Bernie Dagenais president & CEO of MLCC.


Robin Bond first released her book in E-book format in March, and in paperback in May 2013. “How to Negotiate a Killer Job Offer “discusses the nuts and bolts of how to secure what you want out of job offer and was available for attendees to purchase.

 


(L-R) Maria Perez-Koehler and Jo Marie Victor of Platinum sponsor USI Affinity display materials for guests to learn about the products offered by USI.

 


It was an informative panel presentation on “The Rules of Work”. (L-R) Robin Bond of Transition Strategies, Bernie Dagenais president of MLCC, George B. Randolph Shareholder of Riley Riper Hollin & Colagreco.

June 24, 2015 - TED-Style Talks on Success

         


TED-Style Speakers (L-R) Ted-Style talk speakers (L-R) Dave Gloss Chief Development Officer of Here’s My Chance, Carol Hatton-Holmes, Co-Owner of Gener8tional Connections, Patrick Stewart, Partner with Momentum Advisors and Bernie Dagenais, President & CEO of MLCC.

 


Sponsor Anthony Rosado, SVP, Area President Montgomery County division of Wells Fargo welcomes the audience and speaks on the “Ideas Worth Spreading”.

 


Valley Creek Productions was on hand to tape the TED-style talks to a well attended Make More Save More series event program.


(L-R) …. Steve Wildemann President of Advanced Staging Productions networks with Board member and Make More Save More Sponsor Andy Malone of McGladrey, and Ambassador Amy Andersson of Andersson Productivity Solutions

 


Chamber members talk business before the beginning of the program. (L-R) Roderick Wolfson of Wolfson Architect, Chris Camburn of 1406 Financial, Jon Meyer of Make More Save More Sponsor Nolan Painting

 


Heather Moore of Tompkins VIST Bank chats with Bob Weber of WSI Digital Wizards.


May 28, 2015 - Power in Productivity


David Lucabeche, Vice President, Eastern Main Line District Manager, Wells Fargo Bank, speaks about Wells Fargo’s involvement in the series and introduces Introductory Remarks speaker

 


Introductory Remarks speaker Judge Renee Cardwell Hughes speaks on the power of working together and helping one another.

 


Andy Malone, Partner with McGladrey speaks on the positive attributes of team collaboration and introduces keynote speaker Penny Zenker.


Keynote speaker Penny Zenker gets the crowd on their feet by asking them to find their inner core to produce productivity.

 


Attendees of The Main Line Chamber of Commerce Make More Save More series event “Power in Productivity” network before the program.

 


Judge Renee Cardwell Hughes, Chief Executive Officer of American Red Cross, Southeastern PA, Bernie Dagenais, president & CEO of The Main Line Chamber of Commerce stands with keynote speaker Penny Zenker, Productivity Expert, Smart Moves Coaching.


April 30, 2015 - Lessons from Fast-Growth Companies


David Lucabeche, Vice President, Eastern Main Line District Manager, Wells Fargo Bank, speaks about Wells Fargo’s involvement in the series and introduces Introductory Remarks speaker

 


Introductory Remarks speaker David Thornburgh, President & CEO of Committee of Seventy discusses the upcoming Mayorial elections and how the Government helps businesses.

 


Heather Tassoni, Director of Business Rental Sales with sponsor Enterprise Holdings introduces the program Moderator, Ellen Weber and speaks about the success of Enterprise Holdings fast growth as a young company.


It was a well attended event with sponsor support.

 


Panel discussion on the topic of “Lessons from fast-Growth Companies”. Panelists (L-R) Scott Optiz, General Manager, Altosoft, Joan Lau, Managing Partner, Militia Hill Ventures, Michael DiPiano, General Partner, NewSpring Ventures, moderated by Ellen Weber, Executive Director, Mid Atlantic Diamond Ventures.

 


Panelist Scott Opitz with Board Member and sponsor Andy Malone of McGladrey enjoy networking before the program


March 26, 2015 - The War for Talent


Caption: Christine Corbet, Executive Coach of Right Management presents on “The War for Talent”


Caption: Beth Milito, Senior Executive Counsel with NFIB (National Federation of Independent Business discusses employment law


Thank you to Platinum sponsor Independence Blue Cross, Brett Mayfield, Vice President, Sales, speaks about their involvement in the Make More Save More Series and welcomes keynote speaker Christine Corbet, Right Management


Anthony Rosado, Senior Vice President, Area President, Montgomery County Division of Title sponsor Wells Fargo speaks on Wells Fargo new initiative involving the many age groups of employees beginning with Millenials.


Bob Cohen, shareholder of Riley, Riper, Hollin & Colagreco and co-chair of the Business Education Committee and Andy Malone, Board Director of MLCC and Partner with McGladry LLP


MLCC Chairman Steve Scolari, Kevin Fortier of Ancero and Gene Principato of The Marketing Difference LLC.

February 26, 2015 - The Bulletproof Business


Bernie Dagenais, president & CEO of The Main Line Chamber of Commerce and Introductory Remarks speaker Thomas A. “Buck” Riley Jr. of Riley Riper Hollin & Colagreco engage in discussion before the program.


Thank you to KOPDistrict for being an event sponsor for the Make More Save More series event.  Shauna Sanchez represents the organization with a vendor table providing giveaways and brochures.


Brittany Scace and Mathew Sillman proudly display KYW Newsradio1060 as a sponsor of the series.


Stephen Diorio of Stephen J. DiOrio, CLU, ChFC, Agency, State Farm and Amy Andersson  of AnderssonProductivity Solutions greet one another during the networking portion of the event.


Dan Rodden of Trigon, platinum sponsor of the event, discusses products offered by the company.


Panel presentation moderatored by David Yadgaroff, General Sales Manager of sponsor KYW Newsradion 1060. (panelists from left to right: Daniel Gomez, Principal, GGN Group, LLC, Lisa A. McLemore, Tax Services & Corporate Tax Office Leader for PA-NJ Region, McGladrey, LLP and Robert A. Cohen, Shareholder at Riley, Riper, Hollin & Colagreco, chairs the firm’s Tax & Estate Practice Groups.

November 2014 - Your Data; Your Business


Dr. Richard Flanagan , PhD, Director of the Fox School’s MS Program in IT auditing and cyber security moderates panel (L-R) Robert Refice, President, PA Auto Insurance Outlet, Erik Tifft, Cyber Liability Product Leader for US Liability Insurance Group and Darren Welch, Senior Manager of Threat Intelligence and Incident Response at Pfizer Pharmaceuticals.


David Lucabeche, Wells Fargo Bank, Vice President/Eastern Mainline District Manager discusses Wells Fargo involvement in the Make More Save More series.


Bernie Dagenais, president & CEO of The Main Line Chamber of Commerce discusses the TEN (Talent & Education) program and provides Introductory Remarks.


Board members and sponsors of Make More Save More Andy Malone of Fesnak, LLP and Stephen DiOrio of Statefarm discuss the anticipated Make More Save More event “Your Data: Your Business” before the program.


Attendees and sponsors network and meet & greet with panelists and moderator.


Trigon team members Liz Pagnotti, Dan Rodden and Tommy George display Trigon materials.

 

October 2014 - Truth & Consequences in Health Care Reform


Anthony Rosado, Area President –Montgomery County Senior Vice President Greater Philadelphia Delaware Region introduces Michelle Lee, Executive Vice President of Wells Fargo Northeast.


Colin Barrett of Independence Blue Cross represents the sponsor display table.


Michelle Lee, Executive Vice President of Wells Fargo Northeast Introductory Remarks speaker.


Suzanne Collins Stoltenberg State Communications Director National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB) proudly displays NFIB.


Michelle Lee, Executive Vice President of Wells Fargo Northeast stands with Wells Fargo team members.


Speaker Dan Hilferty, president & CEO of Independence Blue Cross explains health care to a packed audience.

 

September 2014 - Big Opportunities for Small Business


Steve Scolari of Stradley Ronon Stevens & Young, LLP and Board Chairman of The Main Line Chamber of Commerce stands with Gene Principato of The Marketing Difference LLC


Make More Save More crowd networks before the program.


Ellen Haschak, Heather Tassoni & Amber Deimler of Enterprise Holdings, Inc.


Chris Camburn of 1406 Financial stands with Mike Shiring of Riley Riper Hollin and Colagreco


Over 120 guests attended “Big Opportunities for Small Business” on the morning of September 4th at the Doubletree Hotel by Hilton Valley Forge


James Mitchell, Chris DiRenzo of C. Caramanico & Sons, Inc., Georgette Klotz of Hollister Creative & Amy Andersson of Andersson Productivity Solutions


Panelists Varsovia Fernandez of the Greater Philadelphia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, Ajamu M. Johnson of Comcast and NBCUniversal and Gayle Nuppnau of Bureau of Pennsylvania Bureau of Small Business Opportunities


Bernie Dagenais, president & CEO of The Main Line Chamber of Commerce moderates a panel discussion, “Big Opportunities for Small Business” L-R Varsovia Fernandez of the Greater Philadelphia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, Ajamu M. Johnson of Comcast and NBCUniversal and Gayle Nuppnau of Bureau of Pennsylvania Bureau of Small Business Opportunities


Brian Hanlon of Wells Fargo, Michael DeThomas of Trigon Technology, Kevin Fortier of Ancero, Anthony DeFrancesco of Ancero, Fred Barilotti and David Ohrn of AT&T

 

June 2014 - Innovate or Die for Teams


Brian Hanlon of Wells Fargo introduces Introductory Remarks speaker Dean M. Moshe Porat


Introductory Remarks speaker Dean M. Moshe Porat speaks to the audience about Temple University Fox School of Business about their innovated programs.


Andy Malone of Fesnak LLP introduces featured guest speaker Susan Cullen


Susan Cullen Quantum Learning Solutions, Inc. featured guest speaker presents “Innovate or Die”


Presenter Susan Cullen Quantum Learning Solutions, Inc. engages the audience with group participation and interaction.

 

 

May 2014 - Doing Well by Doing Good


Members congregate before presentation Doing Well By Doing Good.


Heather Tassoni, Enterprise Holdings, Inc., Ellen Williams, Angel Flight East , Jennifer Caviglia, United Way of Greater Phila & Southern New Jersey, Kathy McGady, United Way of Greater Phila & Southern New Jersey & Stacy Wenger, Enterprise Holdings, Inc.


Eleanor Powers, Berkshire Hathaway REALTORS with Kevin Connor of Modern Strategic Branding Communications.


Bernie Dagenais, president & CEO of The Main Line Chamber of Commerce, welcomes make More Save More crowd.


Introductory Remarks speaker Ina B. Lipman, Executive Director, Children’s Scholarship Fund Philadelphia, speaks to the audience about their tax program.


Kevin Nolan, Nolan Painting moderates panelists (L-R) Kyra Scalea Manager of Community Impact Vanguard, Aldustus Jordan Vice President and Community Affairs & Annie Madonia Senior Vice President of Strategic Philanthropy United Way of Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey.

 

April 2014 - Your Customer Experience: Dare to be Different


Members gather for “Your Customer Experience: Dare to be Different”, L-R Jo Marie Victor, USI Affinity, Danielle Frederick, USI Affinity & Eileen Connolly-Robbins, The Main Line Chamber of Commerce.


Featured Speaker, Scott Addis presents “Your Customer Experience: Dare to be Different” to a packed room at the DoubleTree Hotel by Hilton Valley Forge.


Scott Addis of the Addis group


Scott Addis of the Addis group

 

March 2014 - Managing Change for Outstanding Results


Donna Allie, president & CEO of Team Clean. Inc provides Introductory remarks to the audience


Members network at “Managing Change for Outstanding Results” L-R Gene Principato, The Marketing Difference, Amy Anderson, Anderson Productivity Solutions, Steve DiOrio, Stephen J. DiOrio State Farm Agency, Antonio Antunes, Wells Fargo Insurance Services


Panelists discuss efforts to strengthen and transform organizations at the March 6th Make More Save More event. L-R Bernie Dagenais, president & CEO of The Main Line Chamber of Commerce, TL Hill, Enterprise Management Consulting Practice at the Fox School of Business MBA Program, Helen Eaton, Settlement Music School and Ned Case, Fox School of Business at Temple University.


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