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Name: Monthly Educational Program: Things I Wish I Would Have Known
Date: December 15, 2022
Time: 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM EST
Registration: Register Now
Event Description:

Everyone has at least one lesson they learned the hard way that they wish they would have known before joining or starting a family business. Good or bad, happy or sad, our panelists will discuss those things that a crystal ball might have helped them with along the way. 

Panelist photos

Join us for this candid discussion with:
  • Steve Harmon - second generation President of Spartan Logistics. We'll find out what advice he gave his own son when he officially joined the family business and what Steve wishes he'd known - and maybe had done differently - when he joined Spartan 20+ years ago.

  • Angela Petra - Founder & CEO of  Together & Company and Sweet Carrot. She will let us in on the ups and downs of her family business journey and lessons she learned along the way.

  • Donovan Wahl is a second generation family member of Classic Plumbing who recently decided to leave the family business. Donovan will discuss why she chose to enter - and exit - and the things she wishes she'd have known from the start.

Facilitated by Jim Bishop, Morgan Stanley

Generously sponsored by Huntington Bank
Event Sponsors:
Location:
Ohio Dominican University
Community Room in Alumni Hall
1215 Sunbury Rd.
Columbus, Ohio 43219

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Date/Time Information:

7:30 - 8:00 AM Networking/Coffee
8:00 - 9:00 AM Program
9:00 - 9:30 AM Networking/Coffee: Stay after the program to have another cup of coffee and mingle/network with your friends/colleagues or speakers!
 
Contact Information:
Amy Dotts, COO & Event Manager
Fees/Admission:
Free for Conway Center members and invited guests interested in Conway Center membership.

$50 non-member fee for first time non-family business guests. VIEW guest policy.

The Conway Center for Family Business encourages relationship building and networking among family business members and between service provider members and family business members. However, the Center prohibits direct solicitation in all forms in order to preserve the trust and privacy of our members.  VIEW non-solicitation policy.

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