The Waterford, Auburn Hills, Clarkston Area, Orion Area, and Pontiac Regional Area chambers of commerce are collaboratively hosting the 6th annual Bullseye Business Conference on Thursday, Oct. 25 at Oakland Schools, located at 2111 Pontiac Lake Road in Waterford Township.
The conference draws more than 100 area business owners, professionals, employees, and entrepreneurs looking for information and inspiration in the areas of marketing, business development, and the economy.
“The Bullseye Business Conference provides an affordable training opportunity for members and guests in the north Oakland County region,” said Waterford Area Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Marie Hauswirth, who also chairs the Bullseye Business Conference. “Our attendance grows each year as word spreads about this innovative program offering.”
The half-day conference begins at 8:15 a.m. for registration and networking, and ends at noon.
The conference is sponsored by HAP, dbusiness, and many other area businesses and includes speakers, networking, and a continental breakfast. Sponsorship opportunities start at $250 and include an expo table.
For information and tickets, contact any participating chamber. Tickets sold prior to Saturday, Oct. 20 cost $40; after Saturday, each ticket costs $79. Students pay just $20.
Scheduled speakers include Deputy Oakland County Executive Matthew Gibb, who will deliver a welcome address; and Mike McFall, the president of Biggby Coffee who will share the success story of Biggby, the largest U.S. operator-owner retail coffee franchise.
Murray Feldman, FOX 2-TV reporter, money editor, and host of the Feldman Report, will then present information about business sector growth, consumer confidence, and the local economy.
Lastly, the Radio Disney Road Crew will present “Marketing Magic: The Disney Experience,” with creative insights on how to build a stronger brand presence with Disney’s proven strategies.