CLEVELAND — A panel comprised of human resources officials representing Eaton, Fairmount Santrol, University Hospitals, and Sherwin Williams will discuss corporate wellness April 27 at the first of three Amplify Speaker Series luncheons this year.
The ticketed luncheon — presented by Cleveland Business Connects (CBC) magazine, parent company Contempo Communications, and UH — is open to the public and takes place from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the Metropolitan at the 9.
Comprising the panel are:
Each will explain how organizations can transform their cultures. Among the topics:
Individual tickets are $40 for paid subscribers to CBC magazine and $45 for everyone else. VIP tables of eight are available for $550. To register, visit www.cbcmagazine.com/amplify2016 or call (216) 831-9557.
The Amplify Speaker Series, which made its debut in 2006, offers attendees the opportunity to network with business leaders while learning about relevant topics affecting their businesses and community.
About Cleveland Business Connects magazine: CBC is a regional B2B and B2C publication that covers Corporate Northeast Ohio with a particular focus on female professionals/entrepreneurs as well as business networking and corporate event planning. The magazine started in November of 2006 and now publishes every other month.
About Contempo Communications: Contempo Communications is the result of a 2010 merger between full-service graphic design firm (Contemporary Design Group Inc.) and its sister publishing firm (CBC Publishing LLC). This union empowers Contempo Communications with a unique expertise specific to the creative/marketing, publishing, and event industries.