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The Make More Save More Series
Current Event: Thursday, June 13, 2013
CEOs: The Next Tier of Companies to Watch
Introductory Remarks: Jill Michal
President and CEO, United Way of SEPA
Jill Michal will provide a unique view into the business community's efforts to strengthen the greater Philadelphia region.
What are the keys to success for some of the region's fastest growing companies? These three executives will share best practices, insights into the most rapidly growing sectors and core strategies to implement. Join us to gain invaluable advice for overcoming challenges and positioning for success.
601 County Line Road
Radnor, PA 19087
7:30 - 8:00am
Registration / Networking / Breakfast
8:00 - 9:30am
MLCC Gold Members $40
MLCC Standard Members $45
Non-MLCC Members $55
What is The Make More Save More Series?
As we embark on a New Year, we want to thank our sponsors
and attendees for your continued support, in making The Make More Save
More Series such a success in 2012.
We are excited to announce that
the Series will return for a third year in 2013, at a new location,
The Villanova Conference Center. We look forward to continuing the
momentum, by providing relevant programming and notable speakers that
address the needs important to all businesses: generating more revenue
and effectively controlling costs.
As our audience continues to grow
in size and diversity, we invite our members and guests join us for
the powerful networking opportunities at hand. Stay tuned for more
information in the coming month.
At Make More Save More Series™ events, top executives Network, Strategize and Act to help their companies become more successful. Join us.
MLCC’s President & CEO
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 email@example.com.
Paul Tyer of USI Affinity speaks as part
of the panel presentation on
Healthcare Reform at the May 16 event.
Dan Kane of Stephen J. Diorio State Farm Agency, Stephen R. Diorio Of State Farm Agency,
Adam Baldwin Of KYW News Radio 1060 and
Ann Conlin of Conlin's Digital Print & Copy Center
at the April 25 event.
Robert Materdomini of MidAtlantic Employers’ Association, JB Braun of Main Line Today,
Steve Wildemann of Advanced Staging Productions and Torey Howarth all network
prior to the March 21 event.
Over 145 people attended the first event of 2013 on February 21 on "Where's the Money"
The panelists at the October 5 event from L to R: Jane Hollingsworth, Bob Moul of AppRenaissance, Lucinda Duncalfe of Real Food Works and moderator, Bernie Dagenais of MLCC.
Martin McLaughin (second from right),
featured speaker at the September 7 event,
networks with other attendees.
The panelists spoke on the topic of going global in business at the June 1 event. From L to R: John Jordon, Dunmore Corp., Linda Conlin, World Trade Center Greater Philadelphia and Gary Charlestein, Premier Dental Products Co.
Jerry Sweeney, President and CEO of Brandywine Realty Trust, gave the opening remarks at the May 3 event titled “The Business Developers: Sales Pros Share What Works.”
At the March 29 event, Jim Pitts of USI Affinity, Mary Jo Siegfried and the introductory remarks speaker Dan Hilferty, both from Independence Blue Cross, the program's Platinum sponsor.
Speaker Keith Caver, Right Management,
Bernie Dagenais, MLCC, Gary Bennett, Right Management, Introductory Remarks Judith M. von Seldeneck, Diversified Search and Joe Sarsfield of Title Sponsor Wells Fargo at the March 2nd event.
Bernie Dagenais, MLCC, stands next to the panel for the February 10th event. (L to R) Hugh Long, Wells Fargo, Jeff Culp, Susquehanna Bank, Terry D’Alessandro, Firstrust Bank and Robert Kane, Jr., First Niagara.
Ann Conlin, Conlin's Digital Print & Copy Center,
Eileen Connolly-Robbins, MLCC, Karen Toren, VWR International and Sue Schick, UnitedHealthcare network at the November 4th event.
MLCC Board Chair Steve DiOrio, State Farm with Introductory remarks speaker Nick DeBenedictis, AQUA, program speaker Gene Marks, The Marks Group, and Bernie Dagenais, MLCC at the October 7 event.
"Social Media for CEO’s" Presenters,
Kip Wetzel and Robin Dagostino of Comcast Interactive Media
at the September 9th Make More Save More Event.
Title Sponsor representatives from Wells
Fargo: Bill Shipp,
Sang Kim and Bill Loftus
Pat Nogar, Wynnewood Business Association
and Deborah McConomy-Wallace, Eastern University network at the June 3 Event
Moderator David Yadgaroff, KYW Newsradio, Panelist Lisa Peskin, Business
Development University, Bernie Dagenais, MLCC, Panelist Todd Cohen, author of "Never Sell Alone" and Panelist Ted LeBow,
Consulting, at June 3 Event
Steven Fleisher, Wells Fargo Advisors, David Yagdaroff, KYW Newsradio 1060 (Platinum Sponsor), Glenn Blumenfield, Tactix,
Presenter Marc Brownstein and Adam Deringer
of Brownstein Group at the May 6 Event
Presenter Jim Rudolph, Rita's, Sally
Solis-Cohen, and Ann Conlin,
Conlin's Copy Center, network at the May 6 Event, "The Power of Brand"
Jenna Conwell and Katie Iorio Martin, Dale Carnegie Training and Barbara Trotter, The Carney Group, network at the April 1 Make More Save More™ Event, "Engaging Employees for Maximum Success"
Keving Nolan, Nolan Painting (Silver Sponsor) and Diane Jiorle, Wayne Business Association participate in an interactive exercise
during the program
Presenter Jeff Westphal, Vertex, Presenter Susan Cullen, Quantum Learning Solutions, Patrick Wallace, Advanced Staging Productions (Gold Sponsor), Joe Sarsfield, Wells Fargo (Title Sponsor),
Jack Cullen, Quantum Learning Solutions
2013 Make More / Save More
Where’s the Money?
Your Greatest Resource
Shout About It: Getting your Message Out
Straight Talk on Health Care Reform
CEOs: The Next Tier of Companies to Watch
Growth Lessons from Venture Capitalists
Capitalizing on Real Estate with Strategy
Driving Innovation: The Sustainable Economy
Villanova Conference Center
629 County Line Rd.
Radnor, PA 19087
7:30 - 8:00 am
Networking / Breakfast
8:00 - 9:30 am
9:30 - 10 am
MLCC Members $40
Non-MLCC Members $50