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Health records exec on Business Summit panel

PORT ST. LUCIE — Coletta Dorado, a leader in health records technology, has been added to the panel at this year’s Treasure Coast Business Summit.

This business-to-business event will be held at the PSL Civic Center on Friday.

Coletta’s leadership turned the AZZLY vision into a reality, growing the company from the ground up.

She has dedicated herself to the design and development of an affordable, fully-integrated cloud based system to improve both the clinical and business outcomes of Substance Abuse Treatment & Transition Centers and Mental Health & Behavioral Health Practices.

Prior to co-founding AZZLY, Coletta’s 25 years of executive management experience includes a history of building highly profitable companies and applying transformative technology to help them succeed.

AZZLY is a 2014 Grow FL Company to Watch winner and selected for the second year to present at the global Emerge Americas Conference in Miami.

The summit is open to all businesses and was created especially for small to mid-sized business owners/managers and entrepreneurs. The fundamentals of business and economic discussions will cross industry lines.

At the summit, regional business and community leaders will meet to discuss the issues, obstacles and trends facing entrepreneurs today.

Tickets and reservations are now being taken for vendors planning to display their products or services in the exhibition hall. Visit tcbizsummit.com for details.

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Jesse Panuccio

Panuccio to speak at TCBS!


Port St. Lucie, Fla-
Jesse Panuccio, Executive Director of the Department of Economic Opportunity (DEO) for the State of Florida is scheduled to speak at the Treasure Coast Business Summit, May 15.  This is the 7th year of the TCBS and the theme is the BUSINESS of Healthcare.

 

Panuccio joined the DEO as Executive Director on January 8, 2013.  DEO is the state agency charged with coordinating and managing statewide economic, labor force, and community development.  As executive director, Panuccio oversees the department’s 1,600 employees and $1 billion budget.  Under his guidance, DEO has implemented a variety of agency-wide initiatives to strengthen the ties between economic, community, and workforce programs, while also streamlining agency operations and increasing transparency.

 

Prior to joining DEO, Panuccio served as the General Counsel to Governor Rick Scott, where he managed the legal affairs and staff of the Governor’s office, helped direct and coordinate litigation and legal policy across state agencies, advised the Governor on over eighty judicial nominations, and served as the Governor’s chief ethics officer.  Before joining the Scott Administration, Panuccio practiced law with the Washington D.C.-based law firm of Cooper & Kirk PLLC.

 

Panuccio received his J.D. from Harvard Law School and his bachelor’s degree from Duke University.

The TCBS is open to all businesses and was created especially for small to mid-sized business owners/managers and entrepreneurs. The fundamentals of business and economic discussions will cross industry lines and prove to be extremely valuable for all in attendance. At the TCBS, regional business and community leaders will meet to discuss the issues, obstacles and trends facing entrepreneurs today.

Tickets and reservations are now being taken for vendors planning to display their products or services in the exhibition hall.  Visit tcbizsummit.com for details.

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Treasure Coast Business Summit coming May 15th!

The largest business-to-business event on the Treasure Coast will be held on Friday, May 15 at the Port St. Lucie Civic Center.  This is the 7th year of the event and the theme is the BUSINESS of Healthcare.

The Treasure Coast Business Summit (TCBS) was created in 2009 by a small group of business owners with the goal of creating a stimulus for the local economy.  The idea was to bring business owners and managers together to share ways to make their companies more profitable, operate efficiently and grow their businesses in a challenging economy.

The TCBS is designed to provide valuable educational information, professional resources, economic news and reports and professional motivation to keep business on track and moving forward.  This unique combination of information will help business owners and entrepreneurs identify their inner strengths and provide the tools and resources necessary to implement positive change in their business. In addition to the comprehensive agenda of speakers, attendees will benefit from the relationships that will be forged through the networking opportunities and visiting the business-to-business vendors who participate in the event.

This Summit is open to all business types and was created especially for small to mid-sized business owners / managers and entrepreneurs. The fundamentals of business and economic discussions will cross industry lines and prove to be extremely valuable for all in attendance.  At the Treasure Coast Business Summit, regional business and community leaders will meet to discuss the issues, obstacles and trends facing entrepreneurs today.

“This year’s topic – the BUSINESS of Healthcare is an important topic that affects all of us,” stated Douglas Farrell, a founding partner.  “We’ve got a great lineup of speakers that will be both informative and educational.”

The agenda includes a panel discussion on the BUSINESS of Healthcare featuring leading healthcare professionals.  It will include an economic update on the area and a session on leadership.  In addition there will be over 140 business vendors and virtually every media outlet that serves this area.  The TCBS is being held at the Port St. Lucie Civic Center on US1 and Walton road. The event will run from 8am-3pm.

Guest speakers include: Mark Robitaille, President and Chief Executive Officer for Martin Memorial; Dawn Connelly, a founding member of the John Maxwell Leadership Team; S. Darrell Lee, M.D, founder of Lee Plastic Surgery & Laser Centers; John Rhodes, Senior Principal of Moran, Stahl & Boyer an economic development company, and more.

This year’s title sponsor is Seacoast Bank .  The event has been sold out the last three years.  To get involved visit tcbizsummit.com.  Basic vendor packages are available with one 8 foot display table, 2 chairs, 2 admission tickets to the event and your company name will be listed in the program.  The cost for the General Vendor Package is only $100.  If   electricity is needed, there will be an additional $35 charge.

A cocktail reception, sponsored by PGA will follow from 3-5pm.  It is a great networking opportunity for anyone participating in the Summit.

In addition, Bronze, Silver and Gold packages are available offering greater branding and exposure, with prices ranging from $750 – $2500.  Details are available on the website tcbizsummit.com.

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Treasure Coast Business Summit

TCBS Announces Title Sponsors!

Port St. Lucie, Fla- The Treasure Coast Business Summit (TCBS) is pleased to announce Seacoast Bank as title sponsor.  The 7th Annual TCBS will return to the Port St. Lucie Civic Center on Friday, May 15th.

This year’s theme is The Business of Healthcare.  It will feature a panel discussion with area Hospital CEO’s, a discussion on Leadership, welcome address by Mayor Greg Oravec, Exhibit Hall with over 150 vendors and a cocktail hour for networking.

The BUSINESS of Healthcare is a vital component of the overall regional economy.  Attendees will learn more about the economic impact of health care services; and how they can participate and profit as part of the economic infrastructure that drives the business of healthcare on the Treasure Coast/Research Coast.

“This is an important and relevant topic for everyone living in our area,” stated Douglas Farrell, Co-Founder of the TCBS.  “Each year we select a topic that will most impact our business community.  The panel discussions and speakers provide education and insight to help local businesses grow and prosper.”

This is the largest Business-to-Business event on the Treasure Coast. It has drawn vendors and attendees from throughout Florida.  “This event has touched thousands of businesses and individuals since its inception,” added Chris Morhardt, Co-Founder.  “It is a great economic stimulus for the community.  Local business owners network with other like-minded individuals, they learn about the area and opportunities.  It helps them build and grow their business.”

This event is open to all businesses and was created especially for small to mid-sized business owners/managers and entrepreneurs. The fundamentals of business and economic discussions will cross industry lines and prove to be extremely valuable for all in attendance. In order to survive in the fast-paced world of small business, it’s necessary for business owners to come together as a single body, uniting their efforts to better understand and overcome the barriers to success that face us all. It’s time to develop a common ground, a powerful network of small business owners in the Treasure Coast who are striving for success in statewide, national and international marketplaces. At the Treasure Coast Business Summit, regional business and community leaders will meet to discuss the issues, obstacles and trends facing entrepreneurs today.

Seacoast Bank began in 1926 and today has offices from the Palm Beaches to Orlando and west of Okeechobee.  They have been actively involved in the communities they serve since their very beginning.  They have supported hundreds of charities and non-profits, to make the communities stronger . They offer a full array of services for both individuals and businesses.  To find out more visit seacoastbank.com.

Tickets and reservations are now being taken for vendors planning to display their products or services in the exhibition hall.  Visit tcbizsummit.com for detail