Business Breakfast Bytes - January 2017

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Name: Business Breakfast Bytes - January 2017
Date: January 17, 2017
Time: 7:30 AM - 9:00 AM CST
Registration: Register Now
Event Description:

Topic: Exit Planning, getting your money back out of your business investments requires a process and execution of strategies.
The January Business Breakfast Byte will feature a panel of experts that will provide education regarding the critical components of a successful exit strategy. The session will be facilitated by a Certified Exit Planning Advisor (CEPA).

Hosted by: WIPFLI

Kevin Eismann, Certified Exit Planning Advisor, will lead the session and facilitate this powerhouse panel of experts featuring:
Kevin Eismann, CEPA, JD, MBA - Epiphany Law

Paul Northway - Executive Vice President, American National Bank
Pam W Schneider, CPA, LL.M, JD, CMA - Director of Estate Planning, WIPFLI
David W. Johnston, MBA - Financial Representative, Principal Financial Group

Join us and receive education that will help you understand the critical steps needed to 
successfully exit your business!

Upcoming Breakfast:

January 17th | 7:30 - 9:00am

Location: WIPFLI
2901 East Enterprise Ave | Appleton | Suite 500
Please visit our website for more details

Special Collaborative Membership Initiative:
The January Business Breakfast Byte session is open to all the business development organizations and local chambers throughout our tri-county area. Members from Appleton Downtown Inc, Appleton North Business Assoc., Future Neenah, Menasha Businesses, Fox West Chamber and Heart of the Valley Chamber business members have been invited as a guest to experience Business Breakfast Bytes.


2901 East Enterprise Ave
Suite 500
Appleton, WI 54913

Date/Time Information:
Tuesday, January 17th
7:30 am – 9:00 am
Contact Information:
Amy Flanders
This event is open to all Fox Cities Chamber Members
No Cost for Fox Cities Chamber Members
Members may bring guests
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Premier Members

WE Energies
Miller Electric
Thrivent Financial
BMO Harris