Crain's March 2009 Business Breakfast

Join us for breakfast and discover how successful regional manufacturers, in the face of unique challenges, are going global through expanding exports.

We'll discuss initiatives designed to help Northern Ohio manufacturing companies incease long and short-term revenues through global exportation to international markets with the help of the U.S. Commercial Service.

Introductions and Opening Remarks:
Randy Nemetz
Director, Global Development - MAGNET Network

Sue Whitney
Director, Cleveland Office U.S. and Foreign Commercial Service

 

Panelists:
Robert Schmidt
Chairman and Founder of Cleveland Medical Devices Inc., and of Orbital Resources Inc.

Donald Mottinger
President, Chairman & Co-Owner, Superior Products, Inc.

John Allin
President, Snow Dragon, LLC

Anne-Sophie Dorey
International Distributor Mgr., Miller Weldmaster Company


DATE
Thursday, March 19

TIME
7:30 - 9:30 a.m.

LOCATION
The Ritz-Carlton, Cleveland

TICKETS
Single tickets are $35 and corporate tables of (10) are $310.
Please note, all tickets must be purchased in advance.

DRESS
Dress is business attire.

MENU
Enjoy a grand kiosk display of assorted bagels, muffiins/Danish and croissants with a choice of butter, preserves and cream cheese. Yogurt parfait and fresh fruit/berries also available.

BEVERAGES
Select fresh fruit jucies, freshly brewed regular and decaffeinated coffee, assorted hot teas and ice water.

HOST/SPONSORS
Crain's Cleveland Business and MAGNET
 

Thursday, March 19, 2009 from 7:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m.
The Ritz Carlton
1515 W. 3rd St.
Cleveland, OH 44113
United States
Sponsored by: Crain's Cleveland Business and MAGNET

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