When: Tuesday, April 25
Time: 5 pm – 8 pm
Where: The Banks, A Waterfront Venue in Pittston
Tuesday, April 25
Still Family After All These Years
Family and closely held businesses have learned to transform over the years. In order to grow and thrive for generations, a family relies on entrepreneurship. Come to hear the stories of Benco Dental, Dempsey Uniform and Linen, and Kane is Able, now ID-Logistics. These businesses have each evolved to meet the times and create the best dynamic for everyone involved. You will hear from the following panel and learn from their stories.
Chuck Cohen, Kristin Dempsey, and Dick Kane;
moderated by Bill Corcoran, Jr.
Location: The Banks, A Waterfront Venue in Pittston
Incredible food from Bank and Vine
The cost is $75
to learn, reconnect, and have an incredible evening!
Dr. Patricia Fox
Tuesday, May 16
Penn State Scranton
11:00am – 1:00pm
The Transformational Power of Women in Business
Join us as we recognize women’s tremendous power to move families and businesses forward for a successful future.
-Connect with other women in business for meaningful conversations and to share insights.
-Learn how inspiring women seek to better position their valuable experience and leadership skills
-Grow your individual voice by understanding the value you bring to the table.
11:00 Panel Presentation
12:15 Lunch and Networking
Learn More about each of the speakers here.
Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG): What small businesses need to know
May 18, 11am Online Webinar
Join PennTAP and subject matter experts as we discuss the history, global trends, and impacts of Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) frameworks, especially as they relate to small to medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).
In this webinar, we will outline what SMEs need to know about ESG and discuss steps organizations can take to create and implement an internal ESG program to be better prepared for this new corporate standard.