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Growing and Maintaining Your Small Business: Panel Event
May 7, 2019 at 7:30 am EDT
DATE & TIME
Tuesday, May 7th
7:30am - 9:30am
The Carriage House at Belmont Manor
6553 Belmont Woods Road
Elkridge, MD 21075
Tickets cost $25.00
A light breakfast will be provided.
This session will focus on businesses in the growth phase and will cover the following topics:
- Legal tools to elevate your growing business
- Leveraging technology and tools to securely and cost-effectively scale your business
- Scaling your people and processes for growth
Please also save the date for the following panel events:
- August 6, 2019 - Topic: Managing a Business with Guest Speaker Sergio Suazo from TriNet
- November 5, 2019 - Topic: Exit Strategies and M&A with Guest Speaker Ben Offit from Offit Advisors
MEET THE MODERATOR
President and CEO of the Howard County Chamber of Commerce
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Leonardo McClarty is the President/CEO of the Howard County Chamber where he is charged with the strategic direction and growth of the 700+ membership organization. His specific duties are largely centered in four distinct areas, organizational leadership and business development, program management, marketing and community relations, and fiscal management.
MEET THE PANEL
Founder and CEO of WorkStream Business Systems
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Deena Englander is the founder and CEO of WorkStream Business Systems. Her specialty is in developing processes and implementing technology to streamline and optimize workflow, providing business leaders with the systems they need to most effectively run their business.
Howard Tech Advisor, Partner
Prior to launching Howard Tech, Ananta worked as Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing at Workspace.com, where he was involved in raising venture funding, developing marketing strategies, and leading global sales efforts. Ananta also served as Vice President of Global Accounts with F5 Networks, which grew from startup to a publicly traded, billion-dollar firm during his eight-year tenure. He was employee #7 at F5, and acquired the company’s first customers. His early career included working with the Southwestern Company and as an officer in the US Army 18th Airborne Corps.