Small Business Summit
Small Business Summit: Inspire and Innovate 2013
Presented by the City of Goodyear and the Southwest Valley Chamber of Commerce
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Small business owners looking to network and learn various ways to grow their business should plan to attend this year’s Small Business Summit
from 7:30am to 1:30pm on Thursday, October 24th at the Hampton Inn & Suites located at 2000 N. Litchfield Road in Goodyear.
This year, the City of Goodyear
is partnering with the Southwest Valley Chamber of Commerce
to bring information to small businesses focusing on business development, Innovation
, performance, marketing, and workforce development. Additionally this year, we are including a presentation on Challenges Ahead
that will focus on Healthcare Changes and Succession and Asset planning.
, we are pleased to bring you our keynote speaker, Mr. Don Henninger, publisher of the Phoenix Business Journal
. A dynamic speaker, Don is a long time Phoenix resident, who has worked on valley publications for more than 30 years. His enthusiasm and expertise will get you thinking of new and exciting ways to improve your small business.
Entrance to the event includes a light breakfast and pasta lunch. Get an “early-bird” ticket by September 30th for a discounted rate of $20.00. Regularly priced seats are available for $25.00 for reservations and payments received after September 30th. Seating is limited so please make your reservations early!
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Don Henninger, publisher of the Phoenix Business Journal, has been in a newsman in the Valley for over 30 years.
Don has been publisher since 2001. He was editor of the paper for four years before that. Before joining the Business Journal, Don held a variety of editing roles at the former Phoenix Gazette, which he joined in 1983. He was business, sports and managing editor until moving over to become managing editor of the Arizona Republic, where he served for two years before moving to the Business Journal.
Don is very active in the community. He is a member of Greater Phoenix Leadership and serves on a number of boards, including the Arizona Chamber of Commerce, Red Cross, UMOM New Day Centers, Greater Phoenix Convention and Visitors Bureau, Arizona Technology Council, Downtown Phoenix Partnership, among others.
He grew up in Pittsburgh, graduated from Penn State with a journalism degree, and lives with his wife, Dana, in Scottsdale.