Over 700 business leaders, community advocates, and elected officials will gather at Roseville2018 ROSEVILLE, CA April 10, 2018- Roseville2018, hosted by the Roseville Area Chamber of Commerce, will bring together business leaders from over sixty industries for this annual all-day business development and networking event, taking place on Thursday, May 3, 2018 @TheGrounds (800 All American City Blvd. Roseville, CA). The theme, Connect. Share. Influence., will once again challenge attendees to leverage their business and personal connections through networking, exchange ideas to promote future endeavors and set the tone for innovation in their industries throughout the region. “Having served as the co-chair for this event in 2017, I experienced first-hand how important it is to be strategic while planning the program for Roseville2018,” said Lisa Heinrich of Big Brand Theory and Roseville 2018 Co-Chair. “Our attendees have high standards for this annual event, and we have worked hard to bring them dynamic content and speakers at the top of their game.”
Event speakers and topics include:
BREAKOUT: Economic Development in Roseville 2018
Laura Matteoli, Economic Development Manager, City of Roseville
BREAKOUT: The Changing Face of Retail in Today’s Market
Stephanie Ringey, Sr. Marketing Director, Westfield Galleria at Roseville
BREAKOUT: Tech Trends and Your Business
Eric Ulrich, Chief Operations Officer, The Hacker Lab
KEYNOTE PANEL: The Future is Here: Technology, Culture & the Human Factor
Jeff Richardson, Senior General Manager, Westfield Galleria at Roseville
Anand Lal, MD, Rheumatology, The Kaiser Permanente Medical Group
Kevin Krejci, Business Development & Alliance Manager, Fujitsu
In addition to the breakout and panel programming, the event also offers attendees a multitude of networking opportunities and access to over seventy tradeshow booths featuring the region’s leading businesses. “I look forward to this event every year. It’s a great opportunity to reconnect with old colleagues, meet new people in the industry, and explore some of the businesses that have set up shop in our area,” noted Vance Jones of Mackay and Somps – Civil Engineering and Roseville2018 Co-Chair. “Most of all, I look forward to the lunch program and hearing from thought-provoking speakers who provide insight into current business trends. The take-aways are immensely valuable and it’s an excellent opportunity to come together with our local business community.”
Entering its 34th year, this event has become a mainstay in the community. Businesses, both large and small, have grown and developed thanks to the education and connections cultivated through the Roseville Area Chamber of Commerce and Roseville2018.
Interested in purchasing tickets, volunteering or looking for event sponsorship opportunities? Event tickets are $80 per attendee by April 21st and will increase to $110 per attendee after April 21st. Tickets and additional information can be found at the Roseville2018 website, www.Roseville2018.com or by contacting Kevin Hernandez at Events@RosevilleAreaChamber.com.
The Roseville Area Chamber of Commerce was established in 1947 and has been serving members in the local community ever since. We understand the importance of a strong business network climate in our community, which is why we put members first in everything we do. Our mission is to provide value to our members, meet the needs of business and industry and create the best community in which to live, work and do business.