Business Summit announces sponsors, panelists

PORT ST. LUCIE

Business Summit announces sponsors, panelists

The Treasure Coast Business Summit announced that Proctor, Crook, Crowder & Fogal and the law firm of Crary Buchanan have partnered as title sponsors. The fifth annual summit will return to the Port St. Lucie Civic Center on May 3.

An list of panelist also was announced for the summit. Their discussion will focus on business growth, continuity and disaster recovery.

The panel includes: Jim Arrigo, president of Arrigo Dodge/Chrysler/Jeep; Gordon Proctor, partner with Proctor, Crook, Crowder & Fogal, CPA; Ken Pruitt, St. Lucie County property appraiser; and Paul Seldes, CHS III, FPEM -NTB Group. The panel will be moderated by David Bernstein, CEO of Pharus Group, a Port St Lucie based management advisory firm.

The Business Summit is open to all businesses and was created especially for small to mid-sized business owners/managers and entrepreneurs.

For more information, visit tcbizsummit.com.

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Panelists announced for TCBS

PORT ST. LUCIE – An impressive list of panelists has been announced for the 5th Annual Treasure Coast Business Summit. Their discussion will focus on business growth, continuity and disaster recovery. The panel includes Jim Arrigo, president of Arrigo Dodge/Chrysler/Jeep; Gordon Proctor, partner with Proctor, Crook, Crowder & Fogal, CPA; Ken Pruitt, St. Lucie County property appraiser; and Paul Seldes, CHS III, FPEM -NTB Group. The panel will be moderated by David Bernstein, CEO of Pharus Group, a Port St. Lucie-based management advisory firm.

“We are very pleased with our group of panelist,” said TCBS partner Doug Farrell. “They bring a wealth of experience and knowledge to this discussion. Those in attendance will gain valuable insight on how businesses grow, maintain and recover.”

The TCBS continues to be the single largest business to business event of the year on the Treasure Coast and has participation from businesses from as far north as Jacksonville and as far south as Boca Raton.

There has also been an increased awareness of local business to business activity helping to stimulate local economic recovery. Based on reports from attendees and participants, the estimated annual financial impact of the summit is in excess of $200,000, with an unknown number of jobs created each year that could be approaching 100-110.

For more information on the 5th Annual Treasure Coast Business Summit, visit tcbizsummit.com.

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Business Summit scheduled for May 3

PORT ST. LUCIE

Business Summit scheduled for May 3

The Treasure Coast Business Summit returns to the Port St. Lucie Civic Center on May 3.

This event is designed to provide educational information, professional resources, economic news and reports, and professional motivation to keep business on track and moving forward on the path to success for the entire region.

The summit is open to all businesses and was created especially for small to mid-sized business owners/managers and entrepreneurs.

For more information, visit tcbizsummit.com.

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