Real prosperity in business is the focus of the Greater Tomball Area Chamber of Commerce (GTACC) annual E3 –Educate, Enrich, Empower—Small Business Conference Friday, Sept. 21. Speaker, author and consultant Rory Aplanalp will be the keynote speaker.
Aplanalp has impacted more than a million business people around the globe with his philosophy on success: It’s not what you know, it’s what you do that makes the difference. Using humor and real-world business examples he passionately delivers his message.
Aplanalp began his career as an Evans Training Personnel franchise owner and later became the national training director for Evans. For the past 14 years, Aplanalp was with the Franklin Covey Company as one of their top presenters.
The conference will also offer four sessions on topics including local business resources, business tools, branding and marketing. In the morning, Business 101: Keep Your Business Sound will be presented by attorney Kevin M. Jones, J.P. Magill of Magill HR and Chuck Ransleben, CPA. Before lunch, Technology Moving Forward will be facilitated by Camille Hamilton of CMIT Solutions, Tim Stone of i-Tech and Steven Galvan with Sprint. In the afternoon, Branding will be presented by Kimberly DeLape, founder of Brand Moguls, and Omar Cabrera, a noted software problem solver.
The Chamber is accepting a limited number of sponsors for this conference, Sept. 21 from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Elmer L. Beckendorf Conference Center on the Lone Star College-Tomball campus. Sponsorship benefits include a booth at the conference and pre conference publicity.
Registration for the Small Business Conference is $79 each for GTACC members; $99 for non members; and $69 per person for five or more within a group. Registration includes continental breakfast and lunch.
For more information about the Greater Tomball Area Chamber of Commerce Small Business Conference, to become a sponsor or to register for the conference, call 281-351-7222 or visit TomballChamber.org.