3rd Annual Reeves School of Business Symposium & Awards Dinner

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Location: 

Embassy Suites of Fayetteville

Contact: 

Ms. Pam Biermann
(910) 630-7496
pbiermann@methodist.edu

Description: 

The Reeves School of Business (RSB) at Methodist University is excited to invite you to the Third Annual Reeves School of Business Symposium and Awards Dinner, formerly known as the Annual Economic Outlook and Stock Market Symposium, which has been a longstanding tradition in southeastern North Carolina.

"Transforming Cities through Innovation and Leadership"
Keynote Speaker: Charlie Brock

Charlie Brock has been CEO of Launch Tennessee since January, 2013 and has been a serial entrepreneur for nearly 20 years.

Formerly part of the $100M, family-owned Brock Candy, Charlie is recognized as a shining star in Southeastern entrepreneurship and ecosystem development. His was among the visions driving the transformation of Chattanooga, aka “the Gig City,” from a sleepy, polluted southern river town into a leading hotbed for innovation (which now enjoys the country’s fastest internet and smartest electric grid).  Early-stage investment in Tennessee has increased 100% during Charlie’s leadership of Tennessee’s entrepreneurial ecosystem.  

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