Chamber symposium to celebrate award given to Bellevue

The Bellevue Chamber’s Eastside April 24 Business Symposium will celebrate Bellevue’s selection as the best city in the country to live and launch a business.

The Bellevue Chamber’s Eastside April 24 Business Symposium will celebrate Bellevue’s selection as the best city in the country to live and launch a business.

The event, at Meydenbauer Center in Bellevue will feature speakers on the economy, trends and business growth. Break-out sessions on key business topics also will be offered.

Program highlights include:

· An economic update on the Puget Sound Region by Michael Parks, local economist and publisher of Marple’s Pacific Northwest Letter

· A celebration of Bellevue’s designation by Fortune Small Business magazine as the #1 place in the country to live and launch a business

· “Washington CEO Leadership” awards presentation from Washington CEO magazine

· National keynote author, Steven Little, the “Business Growth Expert” speaking on economic growth and future opportunities

Cost to attend the half-day forum is $95 per person, and corporate tables are available. The forum will be held from 7 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Registration is available at www.bellevuechamber.org or call 425-213-1205.

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