March 18, 2019 – Moore Norman Technology Center will host its second annual Grow Your Business Summit from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. April 24 at the South Penn Campus located in south Oklahoma City. The cost is $39 with lunch included.
This one-day program is designed to focus on the growth and education of business owners and administrators from start-up to maturity. The day is divided into morning and afternoon sessions with training that ranges from employee education and safety to digital trends in business and marketing.
Participants will hear from seasoned professionals offering techniques and advice related to issues they can face in daily operations. There is also a passport program through vendor stations for participants to have a chance to win prizes.
President of McMahon Marketing Korey McMahon is the keynote speaker and will help attendees get reenergized about their organization’s goals by teaching them the DREAM formula; a way to help them systematically accomplish goals and get their plan in action.
Additional conference sessions include:
- Managing I.T. Security Risks
- Storytime: What Story Do Your Financials Tell?
- Getting into the Weeds: Medical Marijuana and the Workplace
- Navigating HR Perils
- Get Organized, Stress Less
- Navigate Conflict with Confidence
Conference presenters include Eide Bailly CPA Senior Managers Lauren Kelso and Aaron Jaqua, Quest Executive Services CEO Deborah Davis, GableGotwals Counsel Ellen Adams, Spirit HR COO Marilyn Conyer, True Digital Security Risk Advisory Services Director Tim Marley and MNTC Business Development Coordinator Krista Scammahorn.
“No matter what stage of the life cycle a business may find itself in, unique obstacles to growth and development are always present. The Grow Your Business Summit addresses modern challenges business deal with by providing education, resources and networking that empower business to break through barriers,” said MNTC Business Development Center Coordinator Gina Bertoletti.
Bertoletti said attendees have the opportunity to visit with 29 on-site business-support vendors and connect with one another through networking opportunities.
To register visit mntc.edu/growyourbusiness or call 405-801-5890 with questions.