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Summit on Business Leadership & Corporate Volunteerism

Date: November 3, 2016
Time: 7:30 - 10:00 am 
Location: The Radisson Hotel at Valley Forge Casino Resort, King of Prussia

Business leaders discuss how top businesses address community needs at a time when employees expect to work for companies that care about more than just the bottom line. A keynote speaker and power panel of CEOs and experts in corporate social responsibility will address ways to engage employees, spark positive change, tie giving to business strategy and measure results.

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The Summit on Business Leadership
& Corporate Volunteerism

Red Carpet Dinner 

Date: December 1, 2016
Time: 5:30 - 8:30 pm
Location: Hilton Philadelphia City Avenue, Philadelphia

This annual Signature Event will feature Mike George, President & CEO, QVC and entertainment from the Keystone State BoyChoir

Presenting Sponsors: Saint Joseph's University and M&T Bank

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Red Carpet Dinner
featuring Mike George of QVC

The Main Line Society of Professional Women (SPW)

Shut Up and Say Something: 
Communicating Your Message For Maximum Impact

Date/Time: November 10, 2016 /  11:00 am - 1:30 pm
Location: Radnor Valley Country Club
Featured Nonprofit: Woodlynde School 
Presented By: Karen Friedman, International Communications Expert

As a former top market television news anchor and reporter whose
breaking coverage of local and national events has aired on CNN, the
Today Show, Good Morning America and Nightline, Karen Friedman
is nothing short of a communications expert!

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Society of Professional Women:
Shut Up and Say Something

Chamber Blog

The Main Line Business Monthly October issue unveils our newest signature event, The Summit on Business Leadership and Corporate Volunteerism Nov. 3 at the Valley Forge Casino Resort’s Waterford Ballroom 7:30 a.m. to 10 a.m.  

The symbiotic relationship between companies, their employees and nonprofit organizations that meet community needs will be the topic.  Employees increasingly expect to work for companies that care. Companies, meanwhile, have a vested interest in the health of their communities. We welcome our members to this new event and invite you to bring your fellow clients and nonmembers to discuss the key issues relating to corporate social responsibility.  To learn more about the programs offered by The Main Line Chamber of Commerce or to register for any of our upcoming events please visit or click here.

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