Network and learn at March 17 B2B

Mar 14, 2016 | Economic Development, Events

B2B Invitation Opt 2We heard from our business community a desire to have B2B events to meet and connect with businesses and professionals in our community.  In response, University City Partners is sponsoring a business to business event in partnership with UNC Charlotte – Charlotte Research Institute.

Plan to join us for this very exciting (first) event, 4-6 pm on March 17.

The event is free, but seating is limited. RSVP today to University City Partners. In your email, please include RSVP and your name, business and phone number.

Distinguished Speaker Series: CEO Panel Discussion & Networking Reception

Challenges and opportunities – Staying ahead of the curve on talent, infrastructure, technology, and innovation


  • Thomas Creter | Vice President of Production, Operations & Engineering | Fox Network Center – Charlotte
  • Michael Praeger | Co-founder and CEO | AvidXchange
  • Richard Topping | CEO | Cardinal Innovations Healthcare
  • Bob Wilhelm | Vice Chancellor for Research & Economic Development | UNC Charlotte


  • Erik Spanberg | Senior Staff Writer | Charlotte Business Journal

Schedule: 4 pm, program; 5 pm, reception

RSVP: By March 16.

WHEN:  Thursday, March 17, 2016 from 4:00 PM to 6:30 PM (EDT)

WHERE: 129 PORTAL Building (UNCC) – 9319 Robert D. Snyder Road, Charlotte, NC 28223 – View Map


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