The St. Charles Chamber of Commerce invites the business community to engage in quality programs, environments and experiences to create connections. One of the connections is to provide information and resources, which enables our members to expand their knowledge and skills.
To that end, the St. Charles Chamber of Commerce, along with Elgin Community College, will be hosting a Leadership & Educational Symposium from 8 a.m. to noon April 30 at Elgin Community College, 1700 Spartan Drive, Building E, Elgin.
The half-day program will include speaker Stacey Boyle, co-author of “Be More Strategic in Business”; breakout sessions that include topics in marketing, social media, sales performance, leadership, financial performance, team building, technology and work/life balance; and the opportunity to connect with a business coach in the “Coaches & Speakers Corner” for an open discussion on business ideas and challenges.
We welcome the business community to participate in what will be a thought-provoking morning, as well as an opportunity to network.
The cost to participate is $60, which includes breakfast.
For additional information and to register visit http://members.stcharleschamber.com/events/details/leadership-and-educational-symposium-co-hosted-by-elgin-community-college-29121 or contact the St. Charles Chamber of Commerce at 630- 584-8384.
In addition to this opportunity, the Chamber creates connections to business leaders, residents, legislative leaders, information, resources, tools, community partners and more, which in time leads to personal growth and business opportunity.
“A wealth of resources and information over the past years, the St. Charles Chamber of Commerce has definitely helped my business prosper.” said Debbie Gurley of Miscella Real Estate, a BEI company. “By being a member of this Chamber, I have made and maintained valuable relationships and visibility within the Fox Valley community. Being actively involved in its programs and connected with its members has consistently enriched my networking, business, advocacy and growth.”
For information on the St. Charles Chamber of Commerce, visit us at www.stcharleschamber.com or contact the Chamber offices.
Jim Di Ciaula is president and CEO of the St. Charles Chamber of Commerce.