The next Greenville Business and Brews is Tuesday, Sept. 17th at Fireforge Brewery featuring a short presentation on Fall for Greenville by Event Administrator Tara Eaker, followed by a short Q&A.
Business and Brews is a monthly networking social for community-engaged professionals in the Greenville area that meets one Tuesday per month from 5:15-7:15 p.m. Each meeting has a 10-15 minute presentation by one of Greenville’s community leaders, and the speaker can take Q&A afterwards. B&B was recently named a “Top 5 Networking Event in Greenville” by GVLToday. Fireforge is located at 311 E. Washington St. B&B is free to attend and open to the public.
B&B’s annual sponsors for 2019 are Bounds Team of Palmetto Mortgage Group, HUB International, and Williams Wealth Management.
Past speakers include Greenville Mayor Knox White, Upstate SC Alliance CEO John Lummus, Greenville County Planning Director Sarah Holt, Greenville Area Development Corporation CEO Mark Farris, Visit Greenville Executive Vice President Jennifer Stilwell, Greenville City Councilwoman Amy Doyle, Upstate Forever Executive Director Andrea Cooper, City of Greenville Parks & Rec, SCBIO CEO Sam Konduros, Endeavor President and CEO Joe Erwin, Bon Secours Wellness Arena GM Beth Paul, Metropolitan Arts Council Director Alan Ethridge, Greenville Parks & Rec, Upstate Warrior Solutions and more.
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