The Boardroom Breakfast series will showcase CEO’s from regional companies and organizations. We’ll ask them to share what unique factors are present in their market sector, how they take advantage and leveraged them, what specific steps they took to survive and grow during the recession years and what they see on the horizon.
The Boardroom Breakfast Series, entering its 6th year, showcases CEO’s from regional companies and organizations. We’ll ask them to share what unique influences are currently driving their market sector, how they leverage those influences, what made it possible for their company to survive during the recession years and what they see on their industry horizon.
NOT the typical “talking head” address the Boardroom offers the opportunity to have a conversation with and get to know the person, in addition to the “CEO.” The discussion will begin with moderated questions from associate publisher John McDonagh before opening up to audience questions. This dynamic format makes for an engaging and informative exchange.
Time: 7:30 to 9:00 AM
2019 Boardroom Breakfast Speakers
Wednesday Feb 6, Michael Barrett | Unosquare Co-Founder & Chief Revenue Officer
Wednesday Apr 3, Due to a conflict with our scheduled speaker and a number of others who are out of town due to Spring Break we will not have a Boardroom Breakfast at our regularly scheduled April date of April 3. We look forward to having you join us in June when our guest CEO will be Tim Price of Yaculta Companies dba Pacific Power Group. Yaculta provides operational excellence to a core group of companies involved in the marine, on-highway, industrial engine and power generation industries. And they are based right here in Vancouver WA.
Wednesday Jun 5, Tim Price | CEO of Yaculta Companies dba Pacific Power Group
Wednesday Sep 4, Craig Cheek | Portland Diamond Project Founder & President
Wednesday Oct 2, TBA
Wednesday Dec 4, Cancelled
Table and series sponsorships available. Call Irene Pettengill at 360.448.6013 or email at email@example.com for information.