During a very special reception at Ruth’s Chris Steak House in North Palm Beach earlier this week, the Palm Beach North Chamber of Commerce honored and celebrated the outgoing and incoming Board of Directors, as well as past Chairmen.
The Palm Beach North Chamber of Commerce held its Annual Leadership Awards Dinner on June 2 at the prestigious PGA National Resort & Spa. Widely known as Northern Palm Beach County’s premier business event, the gala event was attended by more than 300 community leaders.
On Thursday, April 7, 2016, the Northern Palm Beach County Chamber of Commerce held its quarterly CEO Connection luncheon, which features the area’s leading CEOs. This quarter’s guest speaker was Jeffrey M. Welch, CEO of Palm Beach Gardens Medical Center.
On Thursday, March 24, the Northern Palm Beach County Chamber of Commerce Women in Business held their quarterly luncheon at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel in Palm Beach Gardens on PGA Boulevard featuring guest speaker, Andrea Bradley, CEO of the Palm Healthcare Foundation, Inc.
The second Office Depot Foundation Women’s Symposium was held February 26 and 27 at the Raymond F. Kravis Center for the Performing Arts in West Palm Beach. The theme of the symposium was “Building Your Toolbox for Success: Transitions for Today, Tomorrow and the Future.
The Northern Palm Beach County Chamber of Commerce Small Business Advisory Council held its CEO Connection luncheon featuring Don Hearing, owner and Vice President of Cotleur & Hearing, at the Els Center of Excellence in Jupiter.
There are a number of risks that nearly everyone will face in their later years. Whether you are just starting to think about retirement or already retired, fully understanding these risks and developing a comprehensive strategy to safeguard against them is essential to enjoying a comfortable retirement.
Here’s a new resolution that we hope you’ll try with us—a resolution for endless success using multiple personal goals to drive improvement all year long in every aspect of our lives. A lot of us have a few, if not many, regrets or wishes.