Ignite Your Business
The 9th Annual Treasure Coast Business Summit being held on May 25th at the Port St. Lucie Civic Center is The Treasure Coastâ€™s largest business to business expo, conference and networking event of the year. Whether you are in the startup phase or a long-established company, the Treasure Coast Business Summit offers the resources you need to stay ahead of your competition and put you in front of your potential clients and customers. Sponsorships are still available and vendor space is limited. Ignite your business forward and take the next steps to success by joining this exclusive networking opportunity.
This year, the Business Summit is shifting away from the traditional lecture format during the educational piece of the day. Instead, small format breakout sessions will include facilitators that are experts in their field, who will engage interactively with attendees. The list of facilitators will be posted on the Summit web site. (www.tcbizsummit.com) If you are a part of the Summit or just planning to attend, it is suggested that you sign up ahead of time for the break out that you are interested in, as space is limited. Open sign up will begin Wednesday, May 10th. Breakout sessions are included with the price of admission to the Summit.
Keynote Speaker, Jeff Manley of the Chick-fil-A Corporation, General Manager of The Rock Ranch, and past president of The Georgia Agritourism Association will speak about values, self-sustainability and going the second mile; which is the premise behind Chick-fil-Aâ€™s one of a kind customer service. Sponsor, Dyer Chevrolet, will present their monthly Dyer Difference Award for Indian River and St Lucie Counties, and the First Annual Trailblazer Awards will be given to nominated women in our community who have help to pave a path for all to follow.
Proud Sponsors Include: WBPF 25 News, The Peter W. Busch Family Foundation, Martin Health Systems, Dyer Chevrolet, UBS Wealth Management, Tobacco Free St. Lucie, St. Lucie Schools, Bank of America, EDC of St. Lucie County, Two Men and a Truck, Post Insurance, UBU Brands, Dex Media, The St. Lucie Mets, CPA firm Carr, Riggs & Ingram f.k.a Proctor, Crook, Crowder & Fogal, P.A., Traxx Entertainment and All Things Treasure Coast.