Local business leaders will speak to current trends in capital markets, employment, real estate and banking at an interactive panel discussion on Feb. 26.
The business forum is sponsored by the SDSU Lavin Entrepreneurship Center. Leonard Lavin shown above.
The San Diego State University Lavin Entrepreneurship Center will sponsor the Business Forum 2013 Economic Outlook Panel.
The forum is designed to facilitate the growth of privately held businesses in the San Diego region.
Topics for innovation and growth include: economic, legal and operational. This executive level network is access to premier thought leaders and effective business strategy.
George Chamberlain, executive editor at The Daily Transcript will moderate an interactive discussion on topics including:
- Capital Markets - Ted Roth, President of ROTH Capital Partners, LLC.
- Employment - Adam Svet, Principal, The Eastridge Group of Staffing Companies
- Real Estate - Michael Lea, Director of the Corky McMillan Real Estate Institute at SDSU
- Banking - Bruce Breslau, Senior Vice President Market Manager at Union Bank of California
About the Lavin Entrepreneurial Center
The Lavin Entrepreneurial Center is the result of academic talent, local industry and private donors working together to create an innovative, hands-on curriculum for students.
The center provides an environment where students translate their knowledge into practice. Students experience and confront the challenges of commercializing products, creating and growing new ventures as well as growing their network of peers and mentors.
The event will run from 4 p.m.-7:30 p.m., Feb. 26, at the Hyatt Regency at Aventine in La Jolla.
For more information and to register, visit the forum web site.