Chamber Lands Rob Buckley and Steve Boshard to Speak on Protecting Investments
PROVO, Utah (March 11, 2011) – The Utah Valley Chamber of Commerce will host its monthly business seminar on Thursday March 17, at 9:30 a.m. at the Zions Bank office located on 800 North in Orem. Rob Buckley, Operations Success Coach for Clockwork Home Services, and Steve Boshard, Owner of Mr. Sparky in Provo, will be speaking about ways to “green up” your business’s bottom line.
Rob has purchased and sold a number of successful companies and he loves to see business owners reach the success they deserve. Rob will specifically address the process of identifying and managing key performance indicators for business as well as ways for businesses to achieve operational excellence.
Steve, a master electrician with over 30 years of experience in his field, continues to use his passion to give outstanding electrical service to residential and commercial customers. Steve will touch on how to “green up” your business’s bottom line by taking a look at some of the latest energy-saving ideas.
“For fifteen years, Chamber University has provided local businesses an invaluable opportunity to learn about the latest trends and issues of business at no cost,” said Steve Densley, President and CEO of the Utah Valley Chamber of Commerce. “Although attendance varies each month, everyone who attends walks away feeling energized and ready to do business within the Valley.”
The Chamber University is a free class-like seminar created to assist business members in the community who are striving to improve the way they do business.
All business employees, regardless of chamber membership, as well as any and all members of the public, are invited to attend this instructional event.
For more information about this month’s Chamber University or upcoming Utah Valley Chamber events, please go to the Chamber’s website at thecahmber.org/events, or call the office at 801-851-2555.
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About the Chamber of Commerce:
The Utah Valley Chamber of Commerce has been striving to help stimulate valley-wide business establishment, growth, and development by facilitating business-to-business and business-to-community relationships for over 130 years. By utilizing the four main arms of the Chamber: Networking, Community Involvement, Business Education and Government Relations (public policy); and through weekly, monthly and yearly events your Chamber membership connects your business to other businesses and to the community.