This page provides you with information on upcoming business events in the Tri-Cities. If you do not see your event listed here, please submit your event so that we can get the word out! This is a free service to promote business in the Tri-Cities.
Come visit with exhibitors as they share products, services and ideas for senior living.
There will be prizes, drawings, samples, giveaways and a Senior Times “Hunt for the Treasure” contest.
This annual luncheon is where community members hear about the results of how United Way has improved lives in our community. The program also includes recognition, success stories, presentation of the Distinguished Volunteer of the Year award, and campaign results. Approximately 300 people attend from across the community.
Paul Casey, Life Coach, Organizational Trainer and Keynote Speaker strives to help everyone achieve growth and success.
Good Health is Good Business Spring Program Launch!
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April Business Development University
The Thriving Workplace: Boosting Employee Performance
Employees performing within their optimum abilities are the backbone of any business. This BDU program will teach you how to empower your team and yourself! After all, the commitment and health of your employees makes a significant impact on productivity. According to the Gallup Management Journal, 54% of U.S. employees are not engaged in the workplace. Harnessing the energy and trust of your employees can not only energize your business, but also impact the culture, growth and profitability.
In this session you will learn:
- The keys to engaging employees in the business
- Five principles to catapult health for optimal work performance
- How to keep staff productivity high in times of ease and times of stress
- Have fun!
Dr. Chris Murphy, NewEdge Wellness Center PS
John Franklin, Local Pumpkin
Join the Inland Northwest AGC for our second annual Tri-City Regional Golf Classic. AGC events area a great way to network with other industry professionals and enjoy a fun time with colleagues and friends. All proceeds from this tournament will benefit BUILD East, the AGC Political Action Committee. What a better way to show your support for the industry and enjoy a lovely day on a beautiful golf course.
Schedule of Events
12:00pm …………..Registration & Warm Up
1:00pm …………….Shot Gun Tee-Off
5:00pm …………….Awards Dinner
$125 – Individual Player
$450 – Team of 4
$50 – Dinner Only
$50 – Greens or Tees (18 of each)
$200 – Putting Greens
$200 – Driving Ranges
$400 – Hole-In-One Contest
$750 – Beverage Cart (2 available)
$2,500 – Awards Dinner
Four-Person Team – 18 Hole Scramble Tournament.
Prizes are awarded for top 3 low-net teams.
Understand the bidding process and learn how to respond to government solicitations.
This session will cover the following key topics:
Elements of a Solicitation
Types of Solicitations
Government purchasing thresholds
Responding to Sources Sought Notices
How to Respond to a RFP
The state and federal governments purchase millions of dollars worth of products and services from small businesses each year. Workshop attendees will gain useful tools that will assist them in better understanding these complicated government solicitations.