BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — Our friends at Tri-County Networking Group have bestowed upon us the latest list of speakers for events in April and May:
Friday April 11th- Andrew Duffell, President and CEO of the Research Park of Florida Atlantic University
Friday May 9th- Congresswoman Lois Frankel
Boca Dunes Country Club
1400 Country Club Dr.
Boca Raton, FL 33428
To attend please contact: Dan Cohen at 561-860-2524
Tri-County Networking Group is the only primarily business oriented c-level manger net working organization. In the last year, the four South Florida Chapters have grown by 35 members, which is an impressive number. They have 30 separate management networking groups outside of South Florida.
“It shows you the importance of our members that such high-profiled leaders want to address them. Our membership is very excited with our new Speakers Program and we are expecting a full house,” said Dan Cohen, Founder of Tri-County Networking Group.
Andrew Duffell is a recognized thought-leader on the strategic role of business creation, recruitment, retention and expansion as a foundation for the Florida economy. A sought-after speaker and panelist, Duffell presents a pragmatic approach to working with start-ups and Fortune 100 companies on market entry and development strategies.
As president and CEO of the Research Park at Florida Atlantic University, he has brought renewed energy and growth, formulating and implementing its first strategic plan and raising its profile as a significant economic asset for South Florida. Under his leadership, Research Park has added more than $274 million annually to the regional economy. Duffell has successfully integrated the Park’s 48 technology-based companies into the University’s community of stakeholders to increase research, education, internship opportunities and technology transfer. The Research Park at Florida Atlantic University received a Silver Excellence in Economic Development Award for its 2012 project in the category of Partnerships with Educational Institutions for communities with populations greater than 500,000 from the International Economic Development Council (IEDC).