Envision’s New Workforce Innovation Center Will Accelerate Workforce Diversification

Michael Monteferrante is the President and CEO of Envision.

Where can people with disabilities learn the skills they need to find jobs in new and emerging industries? How can U.S. companies meet the growing demand for more skilled labor? Envision produced an important answer this week with the announcement of a new facility that will provide intensive training for people who are blind or visually impaired and then help place them into skilled positions around the country.

Locally-based Envision has been promoting advocacy and independence for those who are blind or low vision since 1933. Envision President and CEO Michael Monteferrante announced on Monday that the organization has hired an Executive Director, Mike May, to oversee Envision’s newest initiative, the BVI Workforce Innovation Center.

Jonathan Long is the Chamber’s Director of Community Advancement.

Jonathan Long, the Director of Community Advancement for the Chamber, applauded the new Center and the diversification it will bring to the local, regional and national workforce. Long said, “We’ll all benefit from the dedicated and highly qualified employees who will emerge from this program. They’ll enrich the work environment wherever they go.” Long has several years of employee recruitment experience for area businesses and also directs the Chamber’s diversity and inclusion initiative.

The Chamber commends the leadership demonstrated by this initiative and congratulates all those involved. Follow this link to learn more about the initiative from a recent Wichita Eagle story.

Final Honors Night Recipients Announced

The Chamber’s Honors Night recognizes some of our community’s finest, following a tradition started 55 years ago.

Following a tradition started 55 years ago in 1963, the Wichita Regional Chamber of Commerce will celebrate its annual Honors Night event on Thursday, April 26. Honors Night recognizes an outstanding individual, an exceptional young professional, exemplary corporate citizens, exceptional commitment to the community, and a striking architectural achievement. The 2018 award recipients are as follows:

The recipient of the Spirit of Wichita award is JR Custom Metal Products Inc. Established in 2002, this award is given to an organization or not-for-profit organization that received the Over the Years award at least 20 years ago, in recognition of its continued strength of employment, leadership, innovation, and community involvement. JR Custom Products Inc. received the Over the Years award in 1996.

The recipients of the Over the Years award are the Wichita Community Foundation and Yingling Aviation. The Over the Years award recognizes businesses and institutions with long-standing performances as good corporate citizens and major contributors to the community’s economic well-being; displaying leadership, innovation and community involvement.

The recipient of the Keeper of the Plains award is CrossFirst Bank. The Keeper of the Plains award recognizes an outstanding architectural achievement completed by a firm, organization or individual, which has contributed to the beauty of our community.

The two previously announced recipients of the Uncommon Citizen award are Clark Bastian and Clay Bastian. Clark Bastian is the chairman and chief executive officer of Fidelity Bank. Clay Bastian is the chairman of Fidelity Financial Corporation. The Uncommon Citizen award recognizes individuals who have served their community year after year in an extraordinary capacity, and therefore made outstanding contributions to the civic and cultural institutions in Wichita.

The previously announced recipient of the Exceptional Young Leader award is Christina Long, owner and principal consultant of CML Collective. This award recognizes an individual who displays extraordinary young talent through service to the community and noteworthy accomplishments. Candidates for Exceptional Young Leader have a history of demonstrated leadership within their job and philanthropic involvement.

Honors Night 2018 is presented by Metro Courier, Inc. and will be held at 6 p.m. on Thursday, April 26 at Textron Aviation Activity Center, 9710 E. Central. Tickets are now available for $90 per person or $720 for a table of eight and can be purchased online at wichitachamber.org/HonorsNight.

Formal invitations will be sent to Chamber members, but the general public is also invited to attend.

Jonathan Long Hired as Chamber’s Director of Community Advancement

Jonathan Long has been named as the new Director of Community Advancement for the Chamber. His first day will be Jan. 29.

The Wichita Regional Chamber of Commerce has named Jonathan Long as the new Director of Community Advancement. The founder of the Wichita Urban Professionals, Long was most recently employed as a Talent Acquisition Recruiter for T-Mobile USA. He has also held positions with the Workforce Alliance of South Central Kansas, Wichita Public Schools and the Wichita Eagle.

Long has been involved in a number of community initiatives related to attracting and retaining talent, fostering community pride, and advancing diversity and inclusion initiatives. His previous Chamber volunteer experience includes:

– 2017 Leadership Wichita Graduate
– 2016 YPW Distinguished Professional Award Recipient
– 2016 Panelist on improving race relations in Wichita
– 2015 City-to-City Young Professionals of Wichita Scholarship Recipient

A graduate of Middle Tennessee State University with a Bachelor of Business Administration, he has also studied at Wichita State University.

In his new role he will oversee the Chamber’s Community Advancement initiatives including diversity and inclusion, City-to-City trips and Leadership Wichita. Chamber President and CEO Gary Plummer said, “Jonathan has the vision, talent and expertise to make a real impact on the region. I have complete confidence in his ability to lead his team, forge new partnerships and inspire our volunteers.”

Long officially joins the Chamber on Monday, January 29. He replaces Suzy Finn who resigned December 22 to join the Wichita Public Schools in a marketing role.

Bill Wood Leads the Charge in 2018 as Chamber Chairman

Bill Wood will lead the Chamber Board as Chairman in 2018.

Our monthly Chamber Update in the Wichita Eagle (published on Jan. 25) features an excerpt from this blog post introducing our 2018 Chairman of the Board, Bill Wood. Wood is a partner at Foulston Siefkin LLP, and specializes in mergers and acquisitions. He has nearly a decade of experience assisting the Chamber with everything from updating bylaws to serving on the Board of Directors.

Wood recently provided information about his firm, shared his thoughts on the Chamber and its 2018 priorities, and talked about the local business environment.

About Foulston Siefkin

Background
Foulston Siefkin’s presence in Wichita goes back nearly 100 years to 1919, and is inextricably tied to our community’s history, with founder Robert Foulston serving as the City of Wichita’s first City attorney. His partnership with George Siefkin created the foundation for what’s now the largest law firm in Kansas and a practice and client list that’s growing throughout the Midwest and US. With offices in Wichita, Topeka, and Kansas City, we can deliver a Midwest cost structure for legal services from lawyers recognized by national organizations as among the leading lawyers in the US.

With nearly 90 lawyers and total staff of almost 200, the firm’s practice areas cover a broad spectrum of legal issues, including corporate and business, commercial litigation, employment and labor, real estate, environmental, energy, intellectual property, taxation, and mergers and acquisitions, as well as specific industries, such as health care, construction, and banking. This wide range of expertise, headquartered here in Wichita, allows us to fulfill our mission: to provide excellent legal advice and client service in a variety of areas of the law at a reasonable cost to the client.

What is the best thing about doing business in the Wichita area?
What’s NOT great about it? This community has great people, opportunity, and a great business climate; it’s a wonderful place to start, build, and maintain a successful business while also offering a terrific quality of life and a very reasonable cost of living. You don’t have to give up those other things to do business in Wichita.

Describe your firm’s most recent success.
Much of the work we do for our clients is confidential, but one transaction that’s public is our work to help MVP Holdings form a joint venture, Great Salt Plains Midstream Holdings, LLC, to build energy infrastructure in Oklahoma. We also recently worked with Kansas Bank Corporation to sell First National Bank of Liberal/Hugoton to Equity Bancshares and helped Cobham AvComm (formerly Aeroflex Wichita, Inc.) win a $2.1 million punitive damages award earlier this fall based on wrongful conduct by Tel-Instrument Electronics. Our clients’ success is our success.

To what do you attribute your success?
Great mentors and colleagues, a supportive family … and plain old hard work

What is something people may not know about your business?
People might be surprised to know how many different areas of law and industry areas our firm offers. I’m not sure everyone knows that we can take a business or organization from cradle to grave – from the start-up and entity formation to the sale transaction and estate planning phase, and everything in between. We’re known for business law and litigation, but it also may be a surprise for some to know the broad range of expertise we can deliver, from water rights and intellectual property to cybersecurity and alternative energy.

Where do you see your organization in five years?
Continuing to have the opportunity to grow with our clients.

What are you most passionate about when it comes to your firm?
Helping our clients be successful. It’s fun to help clients achieve goals, like buying or selling a business.

Is your firm involved in any community/civic activities? Why did you select those activities?
Yes, we encourage our lawyers to pursue their passion by volunteering and sitting on boards (our lawyers are on the boards of more than 60 organizations in the Wichita area); we also foster community involvement by supporting those organizations they’re involved with. The organizations we touch through volunteerism include health and human services, arts and culture, civic and economic development (like the Chamber), and countless others. We don’t choose the organizations, but simply encourage people to get involved in a way that’s personally meaningful to them.

What are some historical facts or unique aspects of your organization?
— Foulston’s 100-year anniversary falls in 2019; watch for our celebration.
— Longtime Foulston partner George Powers was a Rudyard Kipling fan and thought a portion of the Kipling poem “The Law of the Jungle” described a successful law firm.
— Every partner who has worked for the firm for 30 years earns a wolf statue for their desk with this excerpt from the Kipling poem engraved on it:  For the strength of the pack is the wolf, and the strength of the wolf is the pack
— It’s a reminder that organizations do better with strong individuals, and those individuals benefit from a strong organization.

Thoughts on the Chamber

Bill Wood has held multiple volunteer positions with the Chamber during the last decade.

What do you find most valuable about Chamber membership?
It’s very hard to choose! But I find the Chamber’s advocacy work of tremendous value. The fact that our community’s businesses and organizations have a voice in the legislative process and someone looking out for our best interests is a great asset for us all. We absolutely must have a strong educational system to maintain a skilled workforce and continue our economic development progress.

What is your favorite Chamber event, program, or service and why?
Honors Night is my favorite event. Every time I go, I learn something about a business or person that I didn’t know before. It’s a giant Wichita-area cheerleading event, and I always walk out feeling better about our community!

How has your business benefited from Chamber membership?
The Chamber works to make our community better in every way – to improve our workforce, our economy, our diversity and inclusiveness, our quality of life, and our leadership capabilities. There are many very specific ways the Chamber has helped our firm, but the bottom line is that when our community benefits, Foulston benefits.

How do you think the community benefits from Chamber membership?
At a high level, the community benefits in the same way that our firm has – making our community overall a better place to live, work, and play. At the individual business level, there are as many ways to benefit as there are Chamber initiatives, ranging from education seminars to help you run your business better, to networking, to making sure you’re aware of the Kansas legislature’s actions and how they might affect your organization. As with many organizations, the more you participate as a member, the more you get out of it.

Where do you see the Chamber in five years?
Continuing to help lead our community in the areas critical to our success

On a scale of 1 to 10, how strongly would you recommend Chamber membership to a colleague?
Eleven!

Why?
Being a Chamber member helps continually make this a better place. As the Chung data showed us, we’ve still got some work to do to reach our region’s full potential as a vibrant, entrepreneurial and thriving hub. This is a great place right now – but if we work together, we can build an even better future for our businesses and our children. Along the way, we’ll have some fun, do some networking, and meet new friends.

What differentiates the Chamber from other organizations you belong to?
Its ability to have a powerful effect on the entire community

Which of the 2018 Strategic Priorities do you feel most passionate about and why?
They’re all important, but education rises to the top for me. If we don’t get this right, we can’t provide skilled workers at the rate we need to replace retiring workers – and we don’t have the workforce to retain and build economic vitality with new and growing businesses.

Personal

How long have you lived in Wichita?
All my life except for three years at law school. You can guess how long that is.

What are you most passionate about when describing Wichita to a colleague?
The quality of life here is exceptional – we have the amenities of a much larger city, but the friendliness of a smaller town. You don’t have to be from here to get involved and make a difference; everyone who wants to help sees a welcoming attitude.

What is something people may not know about you?
Even though I spend a lot of hours behind my computer, I love being outdoors playing golf (St. Andrews’ Old Course is on my bucket list), fishing, waterskiing, and surfing. My kids like to wakeboard, but I’m an old-school slalom skier.

Favorite business app?
Wsj.com

Please join Wood for the annual Chairman’s Lunch on February 1. Two elected officials and four area leaders will discuss Place Possibilities:  Wichita’s Next Big Vision.
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See images from the 2017 Chairman’s Lunch

#ILoveWichita Night this Saturday with the Wichita Thunder

At an unveiling event on Jan. 4, Mayor Jeff Longwell displayed the Wichita flag jersey that will be worn at the Jan. 20 game, and Vanesa Barnard of Jason’s Deli showed off the rally towel that will be given to the first 500 people that evening.

The Wichita Thunder is celebrating our city this Saturday on #ILoveWichita Night, when they take on the Colorado Eagles. The Chamber is proud to partner with the team on this event to promote community pride, and the team will be wearing a special Wichita flag-themed jersey. Also, the first 500 fans through the door will receive a special Wichita flag rally towel. The event is presented by Chamber member Davis-Moore Autogroup, and Wichita Mayor Jeff Longwell will be on-hand to drop the puck.

Game Details
Saturday, January 20
Puck drops at 7:05 p.m.
INTRUST Bank Arena

Only 1,000 lower bowl tickets remain, and Chamber members can purchase tickets here for 50% off by using discount code “CHAMBER.” This offer excludes glass seats and is available online only.

Click here to watch the event promo video, and click here to see photos from the Jersey Unveiling Event that was help on Jan. 4.

Schwindaman led with practicality, partnerships in 2017

Bill Wood will lead the Chamber Board as Chairman in 2018.

By William (Bill) Wood
Partner at Foulston Siekfin and
2018 Chamber Board Chairman

2017 was a game-changing year for the Wichita Regional Chamber of Commerce by any measure, but adding the celebration of the Chamber’s 100 years of service to its members made it an amazing achievement – all conducted under the steady and forward-thinking leadership of 2017 Chamber Chair Scott Schwindaman.

More than fully occupied by his “day job” leading Lubrication Engineers and his “second job” as owner of Cowskin Creek Clydesdales, maybe Scott’s talent for fostering collaboration was honed by persuading 2000-pound horses to work together, all pulling in the same direction. Or maybe he’s just too busy to waste any time. Either way, Scott’s down-to-earth, practical approach has proven him a very effective leader who knows how to get things done in partnership with Chamber CEO Gary Plummer, the excellent Chamber staff, and our committed Chamber board.

Scott Schwindaman was  Chairman of the Chamber Board during our Centennial year in 2017.

Here are just a few of those things we can be thankful for:

  • In addition to the Chamber’s ongoing successful advocacy for our community’s business interests and continued membership growth, Scott’s tenure reflected measurable progress on the 2017 strategic priorities identified by the Chamber board and staff: education policy, diversity and inclusion, and quality of life.
  • In the education arena, the Chamber advocated for a new K-12 education funding formula and supported the Wichita State University and Wichita Area Technical College affiliation as part of the Chamber’s focus on building and retaining a skilled workforce.
  • To support diversity and inclusion, Scott’s Chairman’s Lunch highlighted the importance of this initiative from a number of different perspectives, and challenged attendees to find ways to contribute to the ongoing conversation. A series of listening tours identified how various Chamber members address diversity and inclusion in their organizations.
  • To enhance quality of life initiatives, the Chamber convened a new Quality of Place Task Force. This group, building on an ongoing pride-of-place movement demonstrated by the #ILoveWichita social media campaign and ever-growing crop of Wichita flags, supported riverfront development plans, including a new baseball stadium.

Visually represented by a new Chamber brand identity, the Chamber’s tremendous progress during 2017 builds momentum and serves as a critical foundation for the important work still ahead of us. Each Chamber chair stands on the shoulders of giants, and I am no exception. I thank Scott, Gary, and the Chamber board and staff for preparing us for further success in 2018, and I look forward to the opportunity to serve the Chamber’s mission.

Suzy Finn accepts new role with Wichita Public Schools

Suzy Finn, Director of Community Advancement for the Wichita Regional Chamber of Commerce, has resigned her position effective Dec. 22 to accept a new role of Marketing and Strategic Partnerships Supervisor with Wichita Public Schools. Suzy joined our team in 2013 as Executive Director of Young Professionals of Wichita (YPW). Some of Suzy’s most notable accomplishment while at the Chamber include:

  • YPW memberships increased by more than 54%, reaching more than 3,300 members
  • YPW revenue increased by more than 30%
  • YPW Group Mentoring program was created
  • Leadership Wichita saw record numbers of applications in 2016 and 2017
  • Developed and executed on seven tactics related to the Chamber’s Diversity & Inclusion Initiative, including the Inclusive Listening Tour, CEO Roundtable on Diversity and Inclusion and Wichita Connect website
  • Led two successful, sold-out City-to-City Leadership Visits

“Suzy played a pivotal role at the Chamber during her five-year tenure,” said Gary Plummer, Chamber President and CEO. “She not only expanded the impact of programs like Leadership Wichita and YPW, but she also helped build a new initiative focused on diversity and inclusion.”

Please join us in wishing Suzy the best in her new role, working to develop and strengthen the partnerships between the education and business communities.

The Chamber will begin an immediate search to fill the position. For more information, please visit https://wichitachamber.org/your-chamber/staff/available-positions.

Member Minute with Profile by Sanford Health

Member Minute profiles are meant to highlight Chamber member businesses in a format that can be read in a few minutes.
You may have heard about weight management program Profile by Sanford from their advertisements in local media. But did you know that all of the people in their advertisements feature real people who have found success with their program, not paid actors? We sat down with Certified Profile Coach Sam Schaefer (pictured) to learn more about the business and how they can help Wichita businesses.

Please tell us a little bit about your company.
Profile is a weight management program using coaching, technology and meal replacements to help our members lose weight and keep it off. Profile was developed in 2012 by physicians at Sanford Health; one of the country’s largest healthcare not-for-profit healthcare systems. Profile Wichita has 7 Profile Coaches who support over 500 members as they push toward their nutrition, activity and lifestyle goals. Our mission is to change lives one relationship at a time.

Why did you join the Chamber?
Joining the Chamber was a “no-brainer” and is the perfect way to add value to the Wichita business community. The most valuable part is having instant access to people and businesses in Wichita who need our services and we need theirs.

What is the best thing about doing business in the Wichita area?
I think the best thing about doing business here in Wichita is the ease of networking and abundant business growth opportunities. News travels fast in Wichita and we’re looking to deepen our roots in this city.

Describe your business’ most recent success.
Here in Wichita, our coaches and customized coaching experiences have helped our members lose over 9,000lb. Profile was recently named #60 in Entrepreneur Magazine’s Top New 500 Franchises for 2017 and we’ve helped over 100,000 people lose a collective 1 million pounds.

To what do you attribute your success?
Profile’s success can be traced back to our physician advisory board, education and leadership team, but most importantly our coaches. Profile coaches are the heartbeat of our company. They build relationships with our members and are invested in their success.

What is your favorite Chamber event, program, or service?
Young Professionals of Wichita (YPW) is one of my favorite Chamber programs. I look back to when I first joined YPW and the connections I made five years ago – fast forward to now, and I’m still in contact with them and our companies do business together.

What is something people may not know about you or your business?
Profile by Sanford is a not-for-profit and our revenue goes back to Sanford Health to support the research and development of cures for cancer, diabetes, heart disease, and other life-threatening health conditions.

What has Chamber membership brought to you and your business?
Chamber membership has opened a lot of doors for Profile. The networking, business development, volunteering and community engagement opportunities are endless.

Where do you see your organization in five years?
Profile will grow from the current 30 locations to over 60 in the next 3 years, some of which will expand into Canada. Here in Wichita, I see ourselves opening a 2nd location to provide more value to our current and future east-side members.

What about your business/organization are you most passionate?
My aim is to coach our members to their weight loss goal, but through education and lifestyle modification they’ll be able to maintain their weight loss for a lifetime.

Favorite business book?
The MomShift by Reva Seth. Women share their stories of career success after having children.

Complete this sentence: “When a customer walks into my business, they can expect…”
…an extremely high level of customer service. Don’t be surprised if your coach greets with you a smile and a handshake, asks about your kids’ last basketball tournament, and helps you carry your food to your car. It’s just part of our culture.

Is your company involved in any community/civic activities?
We have partnered with area school districts, small businesses and large corporations to provide a free comprehensive wellness program. We have also joined the Greater Wichita YMCA in raising funds to support their Strong Communities Campaign.

Is there anything else you would like to include?
Coaches can work with individuals with various health considerations and children as young as 8 years old (with a physician referral). Profile has also expanded to include a performance line of products and the knowledge to build meal plans to support athletes and active adults.

You can find Profile by Sanford Health in Wichita at 2616 N. Maize Rd., or follow them on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

Would your company or organization like to be featured in a Member Minute profile? Just send your request or nomination to Courtney Sendall

New Angles from the Triangle

by Scott Schwindaman
2017 Chairman of the Board for the Wichita Regional Chamber of Commerce
CEO and President of Lubrication Engineers, Inc.

Note:  this post was originally published as an editorial in the Wichita Eagle.

Scott Schwindaman is the 2017 Chairman of the Board for the Wichita Regional Chamber of Commerce.

Recently, more than 50 business and community leaders returned from the Triangle with new ideas and thoughts about how to further advance the Wichita region in many areas.

The Triangle refers to the area including Raleigh, Durham and Chapel Hill in North Carolina and was the site of our yearly City to City visit. Famous for its Research Triangle Park, one of the nation’s oldest most notable planned commercial developments for research and innovation, it has attracted thousands of jobs to the area since the 1960’s. Although the Research Triangle development is nearly built out, it’s obvious that the Triangle area is not resting on its laurels to further advance the area.

The Wichita group toured a variety of sites and learned from a number of speakers who shared the secret of the area’s sustained success through the 60 plus years of existence. Among the most popular spots with the group was the baseball stadium which is the relatively new home of the Durham Bulls, one of America’s most successful minor league franchises. We also saw firsthand the Centennial Campus at North Carolina State in the heart of Raleigh. This university is the inspiration for Wichita State’s Innovation Campus, and we were delighted to have WSU President John Bardo join us to explain how this campus was the vision for Wichita State in attracting and engaging business in a campus setting.

Many other areas are visited during these trips that are relevant to our community included entrepreneurship, education, economic development and quality of life. One of our more timely stops was at the Raleigh Convention Center, which stimulated a lot of conversation among the Wichitans who made the trip due to the current conversation in our community surrounding the direction forward with the Century II convention/performing arts area.

One of the great side effects of these city leadership visits is the opportunity to get to know other Wichita leaders on a more personal level. Our group this year was very diverse, including young professionals and leaders from throughout the Wichita regional area. That diversity made the Raleigh trip even more rewarding and should build a more cohesive regional leadership connection going forward.

The real test comes in what our “take-aways” are and what we’re able to execute at home from these annual trips. You can certainly point to a number of recent Wichita projects that resulted from these trips over the past 10 years, including the Downtown Master Plan (Oklahoma City, 2008 trip), our entrepreneurial resurgence (Omaha, 2012 and Austin, 2014), diversity/inclusion efforts (Greenville, SC 2015) and more.

I’m excited about what will come out of the Raleigh/Durham experience and encourage everyone who has participated in the past or this year to remain engaged to move our great city forward. If you have not had the opportunity to participate in one of these visits I encourage you to contact the Chamber as these visits will open your mind as to what can be done here at home.

Connections Made at Exposure 2017

Another rendition of the region’s premiere business-to-business trade show is in the books, and what a wonderful day is was! You could feel the energy in the air in Century II Expo Hall during Exposure, and with 215 exhibitors and 1,700+ attendees, it was the place to be in Wichita business. Below is a recap of some of the day’s highlights.

Making Connections, Growing Business
First-time exhibitor

The Hairy Sofa’s four-legged exhibitors were popular with other exhibitors and attendees alike.

Julie Breault with Heartland Animal Hospital and The Hairy Sofa Pet Grooming Boutique said participating in Exposure was a positive experience for her company. “I was very impressed with the number of exhibitors and attendees. I enjoyed meeting my fellow Chamber members and making connections with people I would not normally be exposed to. Thank you Wichita Chamber for making this a super successful event for my businesses.”

Reverie’s coffee catering bar earned their team an award during their inaugural year.

Reverie Coffee Roasters became a quick favorite on the show floor, even winning the Best Biz Bite Award. Kaitlyn Wall, Reverie’s Operations Manager, said, “We loved participating in Exposure 2017 because of all the new and familiar faces we met and look forward to working with. At Reverie, we try to find and create ways to connect with the community; this is a great event for getting out and making those connections with other local businesses!”

We love hearing success stories like these, and invite you to consider participating in next year’s show!

Award Winners
The Exposure Awards have become highly sought-after and the exhibitors listed below took home the titles.

  • Best Biz Bite: Reverie Coffee Roasters
  • Best Branded: K. Lane’s Boutique
  • Best In Show: Hyatt Regency Wichita
  • Best Spirited: Auto Craft Collision Repair
  • Best Tabletop: Personal Touch Events
  • Best Technology: World Studios
  • Rookie of the Year: Shaken or Stirred Bartending

Post-Event Content
Several exhibitors and attendees shared their Exposure experience after the event via blog and video. Thank you to these companies for taking time to create content from the show!

Thank you to the sponsors, exhibitors and attendees who helped make Exposure what it was, and a special thank you to the show’s Presenting Sponsor, Cox Business!

See photos from the event on our Facebook page, and save the date of Thursday, September 27 for Exposure 2018.