ORLANDO, FL– The National Entrepreneur Center invites the business community to attend “Small Business BIG THINKING” at the Orlando Science Center on Wednesday, November 16th, 8:30 -11:30am. Orlando is the home of BIG IDEAS…and 2017 will be no exception! Attendees will hear directly from local business leaders working on the BIG projects that will transform our local economy in 2017. From Advanced Manufacturing and the Creative Village, to the success of the UCF Medical School, BIG things are happening in Central Florida.
Speakers include Chester Kennedy of the International Consortium for Advanced Manufacturing Research (ICAMR) in Osceola County, Dr. Deborah German, from the UCF College of Medicine, Mike Kilbride from the Creative Village/UCF Downtown, and Jerry Ross, President of the National Entrepreneur Center.
The keynote speaker for the event is Kostya Kimlat, one of the few magicians who has actually stumped Penn & Teller on their TV show Fool Us! Using memorable magic, Kostya reveals the secrets of perception that apply to every successful business…with nothing up his sleeve!
Seating for this event is limited to 150 and advanced registration is required! Tickets are $20 and are available online at www.NationalEC.org/Events. Small Business BIG THINKING is produced by the National Entrepreneur Center and sponsored by the City of Orlando and Wells Fargo. A continental breakfast will be provided compliments of the Florida High Tech Corridor. The Orlando Science Center is located at 777 E. Princeton Street, Orlando, Florida 32803.
The National Entrepreneur Center is home to 13 independent business support organizations, all with a single mission: to accelerate the growth and development of small businesses throughout Central Florida. The Center offers a variety of services, including: FREE one-on-one business coaching, LOW-COST business seminars, powerful networking events, export assistance, and assistance for minority/women owned businesses. For more information visit the website at www.nationalEC.org or call the center at 407-420-4848.