CI’s Business & Technology Partnership to host business breakfast
Camarillo, Calif., March 1, 2011 – The CSU Channel Islands (CI) Business & Technology Partnership (B&TP) will host a networking breakfast on Thursday, March 17, from 7:30 to 9:30 a.m. in Malibu Hall 100 on the CI campus. The event is open to the public and is being sponsored by the University’s Martin V. Smith School of Business & Economics.
Along with a continental breakfast and opportunity to network, there will be a panel of industry leaders who will present a program entitled “The Future of Business in the Next Decade along the Ventura County 101 Corridor.”
Paul Chancellor, Chair of the B&TP, will welcome guests followed by CI’s President Richard R. Rush who will discuss current University affairs and future projects. There will also be a panel discussion including Laurie Eberst, CEO St John’s Regional Medical Center and St. John’s Pleasant Valley Hospital; George Leis, President/COO of Pacific Capital Bancorp; and Rick Principe, President and CEO of Westcord Commercial. Serving as moderator will be Henry Dubroff, Chairman and Editor, of Pacific Coast Business Times.
Admission is $25 per person for B&TP members, CI faculty, staff, and Alumni & Friends Association members. Admission for non-members is $35 per person. There will be an additional charge of $5 per person for walk-in reservations on the day of the event. Once on campus, follow directional signs for parking.
Online registration is available until March 11 at https://csuci.wufoo.com/forms/business-101-breakfast-briefing. For additional information or to register by telephone contact Alissa Larreta at 805-437-8916 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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