The following originally appeared in the Press Tribune. Read on to learn more about the event!
Roseville 2018 Is An Opportunity To Network
The Roseville Area Chamber of Commerce is once again hosting a business networking event for the entire community.
Roseville 2018 brings together businesses, bosses and others interested in economic development for a day packed with speakers, vendors, lunch, and panels.
“It’s an opportunity for business leaders to come together for a business development event,” said Roseville 2018 co-chair Lisa Heinrich.
The conference-style event is focused on networking, sharing information and leaving with new ideas.
“I love the event. It’s high-energy and there is a lot going on,” Heinrich said.
Key speakers are from Hacker Lab, the Westfield Galleria at Roseville and others who will share thought and ideas about business trends.
“It’s all things business in Roseville and Placer County,” said co-chair Vance Jones.
The event appeals to both small and large businesses, with something to take away for everyone.
Danielle Roe of Danielle Roe Events said the event has helped her tremendously in the past.
“I literally walked away with two to three new clients that I wouldn’t have had access to before,” she said.
Roseville 2018 will take place at the newly-renovated fairgrounds now called The Grounds.
The event, open to about 700 participants, might sell out.
For more information or tickets, visit roseville2018.com.
“It’s just a really important place to be and be seen in the economic development conversation,” Roe said.
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