Thursday, October 19, 2017 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
A Special Session of the Kentucky Legislature remains in play this fall over the issue of pension reform. This issue and others will be explored at the 2017 CBC Legislative Luncheon, scheduled for Oct 19 at the Madison Events Center. The Luncheon is sponsored by Charter Communications/Spectrum and Frost Brown Todd.
Featured guests are State Representative Arnold Simpson from Covington (District 65) and State Senator and Majority Floor Leader Damon Thayer (District 17). In addition to comments about the reported Special Session, Representative Simpson and Senator Thayer will explore other topics up for discussion in the later 2018 Session.
The mission of CBC Connects is to help in the development of relationships with the other members of the CBC and to better understand who they are and what they do. Ultimately, it will allow us to better connect the people we know to people in need.
The group meets every Wednesday, 8:30 AM – 9:30AM at Gateway Community and Technical College Center for Technology, Innovation and Enterprise located at 516 Madison Ave. Each meeting includes an exercise helping you to develop business skills.
Any and all CBC members are welcome.
Guests will be welcome for 2 meetings to decide if they care to join the CBC.
Come if and when it fits your schedule – attendance is encouraged but not required.
Meeting preparation: 30 second commercial about who you are and what you do; a referral request.
Cost – Included in the CBC membership
Bring business cards.
Be willing to participate in small group discussions.
Be prepared to tell the group how they can help you generate more clients.
For more information, call (859) 431-1500, ext. 1.
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Covington has been busy expanding its business base by using incentives and local amenities to attract companies from both inside and outside the region. One example is pharmaceutical and biotechnology company CTI, which recently relocated its headquarters from Blue Ash to Covington.
Joining us to discuss new businesses coming to Covington are CTI Chief Executive Officer Timothy Schroeder; Patrick Henshaw, Cintrifuse Director of Development for Kenton County; and Covington Business Council Executive Director, Pat Frew.