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2015 Business Expo - Trade Show and Job Fair

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2015 Business Expo - Trade Show and Job Fair

Thursday, April 9, 2015
1-6 p.m.
Yakima Convention Center

2015 Business Expo - Trade Show and Job Fair
Thursday, April 9, 2015
1-6 p.m.
Yakima Convention Center

2015 Business EXPO and Job Fair, Come meet with hundreds of attendees and fellow Yakima Valley businesses! Afternoon NETWORKING EVENT SO YOU CAN connect with people who are likely to do business with you.

Bring your friends, coworkers and clients to preview the latest products and services from Chamber member exhibitors in a fun and casual networking environment. The day will include networking activities, Job Fair, and door prizes.
From promoting your company, making new contacts, and generating sales leads to winding down after work with a drink (and tasty treats) The “2015 Business Expo – Trade Show and Job Fair” experience is all about business in action and making connections.
Booths are limited - Print contract here


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For complete info and to register for a Job Fair table - Click here

April Membership Luncheon

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REGISTER TO ATTEND HERE or call 509.248.2021

General Membership Luncheon -  Brought to you by; Grand Canyon University
Mike Schwenk, Current Board Chair of AWB
“Critical Issues Facing Washington’s Businesses”
PLUS; Joe Brown - Yakima Police Dept. Crime Stats Analyst

April 14th - 11:30 - 1pm
Yakima Convention Center
10 N. 8th St - Yakima

$20 Members registered by 4/10/15
$30 Nonmembers and at the door
Fees must be paid online or at the door (cash/check/cards)
Cancelations after April 10th and "no shows" will be invoiced.

 

Mike Schwenk has more than 35 years of technical and management experience in government, non-profit, small business, and corporate settings.  He has managed award winning technology commercialization and economic development activities.

Mike has a long history of public voluntary, appointed and elected involvement.  From a school board, to governor appointed agency boards, to non-profit boards, he has developed a set of communication and interpersonal skills that have almost always elevated him to the chair position.  Special recognition for this service came in 2008 when he was named Tri-Citian of the Year by his community.

Today Mike serves on a number of state boards and as an executive advisor and coach to leaders who are looking to “do different”.  He is fond of saying that one of his greatest attributes is the ability to be an empathetic listener.  When coupled with observation, it is Mike’s intent to bring a fresh set of eyes and ears to those leaders and organizations who desire some “possibility thinking”, candid feedback, and encouragement to achieve greater impact.

Mike and his wife, Sharon, have been married for 38 years. They have a son and daughter, both married, and each couple has blessed them with a grandson.  Though family is always first, golf, guitar, community and good times with friends follow closely.

Luncheon - WCIT

 

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