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Leaders in Sustainability/Entrepreneurship, Office Expansion done right, and more…

This seminar exclusively CEO/CFOs and Oxford at Brenau Program participants will illustrate how to decide if you should invest in the next level of growth or take the highest possible exit. All information will be confidential – no outside guests. * High Stakes Negotiation – Go First * Next Level Growth – Cost & ROI

Business anthropologists dig deeper into what makes your employees and customers tick.

Our next Commerce Dinner will be March 13th. Typically held at one of our member’s restaurants, these complimentary dinners are for Oxford Center members and Oxford at Brenau apprentices specifically selected to match with other members and apprentices that can add value to their business. If you are a member and have not yet attended

This month we have some very exciting guests that should make this one of the best roundtables yet. We’ll talk with Wharton graduate Jeff Braverman about how he grew Nuts.com from $1M to $20M+ in revenues – and some of the difficult challenges he faced along the way.  Harvard and Lehman Brothers alum Keith Radford

Our next Commerce Dinner will be February 7th. Typically held at one of our member’s restaurants, these complimentary dinners are for Oxford Center members and Oxford at Brenau apprentices specifically selected to match with other members and apprentices that can add value to their business. If you are a member and have not yet attended

We’re glad to kick off our 2014 CEO Roundtables with Harvard Business School.  We are pleased they are making the trip from Boston to be with us.  Below is the agenda. January 31st CEO Roundtable Agenda What to Know – Two Harvard Frameworks for Business Education How to Grow a Winning Culture – more Wolf,

Our next Roundtable will be Friday December 6th from 8:30am – 11:00am

Our next Roundtable will be Friday October 25th from 8:30am – 11:00am. Highlights are: When business “breaks bad”…then what? All CEOs get their share of bad luck and good luck. Hear a fast growth entrepreneur who had his largest customer pull back. The company lost 14% of revenue just as they were passing the $21

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