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Business council holding talk on synergies at Queensbury Hotel, Glens Falls

2013-04-22T21:00:00Z Business council holding talk on synergies at Queensbury Hotel, Glens Falls Glens Falls Post-Star
April 22, 2013 9:00 pm

GLENS FALLS -- The Adirondack Nonprofit Business Council, an Adirondack Regional Chamber of Commerce program, will hold a panel discussion on “A Synergistic Community: Strengthening the Connectivity of Business,” from 8 to 10 a.m. Friday in the Queensbury Hotel.

The panel is made up of Kelly Mathews of the New York Council of Nonprofits, Inc.; Robin Russom, vice president and retail marketing manager for TD Bank; Barb Sweet, executive director of the Tri-County United Way; and Sara Mannix, CEO of Mannix Marketing.

The panel will focus on a wide range of topics concerning the synergy between nonprofit and for-profit arenas.

The event is free to Chamber of Commerce Members, and costs $20 for non-members.

To register, contact Morag Rosa at mrosa@adirondackchamber.org or call the chamber at 798-1761.

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    politicoQB - April 23, 2013 12:55 am
    Oooh! Synergy! That is definitely an action item, at the end of the day. That said, it defines a paradigm shift in 'business as usual.'
    Good to see all strategic partners partnering and incentivizing. They will interface well to bring about the tipping point in local commerce. Make no mistake -- it's a no-brainer that this forum of gurus is a win-win!

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