GGHI to reinstate Business Forum
July 18, 2012
Marketing & Communications Director, Greater Grays Harbor, Inc.
Greater Grays Harbor, Inc. is pleased to announce it is restarting its monthly Business Forum series. Every fourth Tuesday of the month, excepting November and December, from 11:30 to 1 p.m., GGHI will present a speaker at the Aberdeen Elks on South Boone Street.
The first program, Jane Benson of the Washington State Employee Assistance Program speaking on “Cross-generational communication in the workplace” will be held on July 24. A well-known presenter in the world of state workers, Mikel Michener, WorkSource Co-manager, secured her as a speaker as part of a larger partnership with GGHI.
GGHI also recently formed a partnership with Impact Washington, a non-profit group that aims to promote and assist Washington State manufacturing. That group will also contribute topics and speakers at future Business Forums.
“We knew that this was a program that some members were very interested in,” said Tim Gibbs, GGHI CEO. “WorkSource has access to a wealth of experts, and Impact Washington itself has a lot of expertise on topics that are relevant to Grays Harbor’s business community. We are glad to have them both as partners.”
Business Forums include lunch, and will cost $15 for members and $20 for non-members. Registration is required the Friday before the fourth Tuesday. Call 532-1924 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to register.