Past Events #3 (2007)

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Women’s Networking Luncheon – October 2007

Elinor Stutz gave a great presentation on “8 Strategies for Success” at the Thursday luncheon.

The topic was How to GROW Your Business: mindset, strategy and implementation

To contact Elinor, or to get her book, please visit her website athttps://www.elinorstutz.comhttps://www.smoothsale.net or call 415-615-6887.


 

The Annual Wine & Dine – October 2007

Thank you to eveyone who attended this fabulous event! There were over 650 tickest sold!

Guests were treated to the music of Moreality while they tasted wonder cuisine and libations from over 45 establishments.

A very special “thank you” goes to Dennis Garrison and his ClubSport San Ramon staff headed by Andrea Scott. They helped to make it a classy event and provided the staff to help keep things flowing. We could not have held the event without them!

If you missed this one, we hope to see you next year.

If you were able to attend- thank you! We look forward to seeing you next year.

Thank you to our sponsors!!

ClubSport of San Ramon
Chevron
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The City of San Ramon
Paychex
Tri-Valley Herald
The Valley Times
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Blue Frog Productions
Dawson Sign Company
The Sentinnel
King Tut Travel and Tours

Some photos from the event:




For more pictures of this event, please click HERE.

 

September Mixer – Diablo Valley College, San Ramon Campus

What a wonderful event we had at the New San Ramon Campus of Diablo Valley College!

Speacial thanks for the warm welcome to Executive Dean Kevin Horan, Student Services Coordinator Ann Uawithya and DVC President Judy Walters.

If you’d like to tour the new Dougherty Valley Campus, please call them at (925)866-1822 or visit https://www.srvc.net – you’ll be amazed at how much they have to offer!

Raffle prizes were graciously provided by Cindy Goga of the Diablo Valley College Foundation and Erica Chasco of Residence Inn by Marriott.


Left to right: Fred Turner of The Bath Studio, Kim Schenk (Academic Dean) and Judy Walters (President) of Diablo Valley College, San Ramon Mayor H. Abram Wilson and Kevin Horan (Executive Dean) of Diablo Valley College.


Diablo Valley College Band – they gave a stellar performance during the first part of the evening. Thank you guys!


Elaine Betts with Lets Get Organised and John Travale of Bob Loves Signs.

 

 

East Bay Business Symposium – September

All photos from this event were taken by Jennifer R. Klein with PHOTOS IN A FLASH

The early morning panel was a hit with those individuals and companies who want to work with the larger companies like Chevron, AT&T, etc. The panelists provided practical information on how to “get in the door and the procedures to follow.” We have additional handouts in the Chamber office if you missed this presentation.


Lunch attendees were treated to an over the top presentation on the importance of branding and exemplary customer service by Scott Deming. He was informative, poignant and down right hilarious.



In words of the Chamber Pres./CEO Carolyn Degnan:”I was watching the faces of the audience during his talk and had just as much fun watching the reactions to his comments as I did listening to him. Scott has worked with many Fortune 500 Companies and his message is pretty consistent—–you will never know how much a bad experience with your company’s service will harm you—-you never get a second chance to do it right!”



We had over 50 exhibitors providing information about their companies and services. One of the more innovative ideas was provided by Synergy Corp.—-they had a massage therapist with their booth to help ease the stress and kinks of those who were in attendance. Way to think out of the box!

Thank you to Kathy Gailey, Event Director and her committee for a wonderful event.

For additional photos from the East Bay Business Symposium, please clickHERE.

 

5 Minute Networking – August


5 Minute Networking held on August 21st at the San Ramon Community Center. If you’d like to learn more about this event, please call the Chamber.