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Date & Venue

Wednesday, July 11, 2018

Registration & Networking:
11:30 am

Program & Lunch:
12 pm - 1:30 pm

Maggiano's Little Italy
1901 Woodfield Rd
Schaumburg, IL 60173

Business Luncheon Series

Creating strong teams is a challenge as companies face globalization of the workforce in a very tight labor market.
  
Managing diversity can create strong benefits in: employee engagement, different perspectives contributing to novel solutions in the marketplace, as well as a company with a reputation that drives employees to seek out the company.  

Creating a strong CI can drive the business growth as each employee becomes a brand ambassador to your corporate image carries that message to your stakeholders in a bold and inspirational manner.

Topic:
Creating Corporate Champions:
Leveraging Talent & Diversity in a Global Marketplace

Speaker: Christi Hartman, Director of Project Engineering, SW North America

We are looking forward to welcoming you to the next Business Luncheon!

Cost: $50 for members, $65 for non-members

Please note that all sales are final.

By attending this event, you agree to allow photos and/or video of you to be taken and used in GACC Midwest’s marketing collateral, including but not limited to our website and other digital channels.

On every first Wednesday of the month, we invite you to lunch, learn and discuss with members and friends of the German American Chamber of Commerce.

Lunch has never been more delicious and productive.

Contact

Kirsten Schmandt
Manager, Events & Membership
Tel.: +1 (312) 494-2176
Email: schmandt(at)gaccmidwest.org

What Participants Say:

 "It was a very enjoyable and informative event."

- Max Lewis, Import Logistics, Inc.


"Great event. Location is easy to get to and the speaker was great. Especially the time is perfect."

-Susanne Lemaine, Vetter Development Services USA, Inc.


"Loved having it in the NW Suburbs!! It was very convenient and good location."

- Kathleen M. Gaber, Masuda, Funai, Eifert & Mitchell, Ltd.


"I think this one was a great success. Interesting topic, not too long, interesting companies participate."

- Sabine Milla, EgeTrans USA, Inc.