“Surviving and Thriving in These Economic Times”

February 24, 2009, 4:08 PM HST · Updated February 24, 4:08 PM
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Central Pacific Bank is sponsoring the FREE breakfast and panel discussion on “Surviving (& Thriving In) These Economic Times”  from 8:00 am to 11:30 am at MEO developed by the Business Education Committee of the Maui Chamber of Commerce.

February 25th, 8:00am – 11:30am

SPONSORED VIDEO

Three panels of veteran business people and Chamber members are coming together to help other Chamber members. They will address the issues of “Generating New Business,” “Cash Flow” and “Work Flow Management” from their experience and stories.

Feature speakers include:
Panel 1
• George Cabanting– Oxford International (Networking & Data Mining)
• Joe Bradley–The Maui News (Cost Effective Marketing)
• Nate Preheim—AT&T (Keeping Current Accounts Green & Prospecting)
Panel 2
• Rob Kawahara—Ronald Kawahara & Co, C.P.A.s, Inc (Managing Cash Flow)
• Kevin Yoshida—Central Pacific Bank (Financing Available to Small Businesses)
• Thomas Caltrider—V.R. Mergers & Acquisitions (Exit Strategies)
Panel 3
• Keith Regan—Credit Associates of Maui, Ltd. (Collecting Receivables)
• Teena Rasmussen— Paradise Flower Farms (Creative Cost-Cutting Measures)
• Dickie Moon—TS Restaurants (Scheduling/Work Flow Management)
Please join the Maui Chamber of Commerce and Central Pacific Bank for this educational and inspirational seminar, breakfast, and networking occasion. To make your reservations or for more information please call 871-7711 or email: [email protected]

Maui Economic Opportunity Family Center
99 Mahalani St.
Kahului, HI 96732
(808) 871-7711

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