Germantown Business Info Session: Minding Your Business for Maximum Success, Wednesday, March 9

Posted on March 2, 2016 by Emaleigh Doley in Business Support, Businesses, GUCDC news

A panel of experts will discuss the importance of establishing a strong team, solid inventory, well managed operations, and a marketing strategy to achieve success at Germantown United CDC’s next Business Info Session, co-organized by The Business Center for Entrepreneurship and Social Enterprise. The event will be held on Wednesday, March 9th from 9:00 a.m. – 11 a.m. at the Germantown Historical Society, 5501 Germantown Ave (near School House Lane). After the discussion, attendees will have the opportunity to ask questions, talk one-on-one with our presenters and network with other local businesses an entrepreneurs in attendance.


Renee Brandon, Principal, Virtual Chief Marketing Officer, Open Door Expressions

Bill Dorsey, Consultant, The Business Center For EntrepreneurshipStephen Robertson, MBA, Executive Change Management Consultant, The Paradigm Group

Victoria Tyson, Owner, Victoria’s Kitchen


Colette deChalus Lee, Lender Relations Specialist, U.S. Small Business Administration

Steve Oakman, Board President, The Business Center For Entrepreneurship

Pamela Rich-Wheeler,MBA, Executive Director, The Business Center For Entrepreneurship

Who can attend?

Anyone who owns a local business, or is interested in opening a business in Germantown is welcome to attend. Programs are FREE to attend.

About the series

Business Info Sessions are held bi-monthly and feature invited speakers who give brief presentations about resources that can benefit local businesses, and updates on GUCDC’s work as it relates to the local business community. All sessions include time for attendees to network, ask questions, and offer feedback.

gu-bizinfosessionEvent logistics


Wednesday, March 9 from 9 a.m. – 11 a.m.


5501 Germantown Ave Germantown Historical Society (near School House Lane)
Philadelphia, PA 19144


GUCDC Office: 215-856-4303
Emaleigh Doley, Commercial Corridor Manager:


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GU’s Germantown Business Info Session series is made possible with support from First Niagara Foundation.

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