Want to make more money this year and better prepare for your future?
The Gallery @ Packard Place is excited to host the first 2013 Meetup around these issues. The Money Meetup will be an informal discussion with three knowledgeable, passionate and very personable experts.
This free event is open to artists and other entrepreneurs interested in learning more from Chris Horner about negotiating; Ellen R. Linares about financial planning; and Shay Prosser about credit and cash flow. We’ll begin and end with networking opportunities and in the middle, engage in meaningful conversation - panel discussion style.
Note if you email gallery curator Carmella Jarvi ([masked]) by Tuesday, Feb. 5, she’ll send you a pass for free parking. (Supplies are limited and only pre-registered folks will get parking pass.)
The Gallery @ Packard Place is an uptown venue for local innovative artwork. Artists exhibit & sell their work in a business community setting. Gallery programming addresses intersection of art and business.
Chris Horner is a full time community banker, part time photographer. He manages the Bank of Granite office in Southpark, mainly working with business owners to grow their companies. As a photographer he helps business owners create marketing photos to showcase their business and products, as well as fine art prints. He's a supporter of entrepreneurism and art in the Queen City. (http://www.BankofGranite.com, http://www.LensArtwork.com)
Ellen R. Linares, ChFC, CLU, CLTC serves clients as a financial services professional with HF Financial. Ellen works with professionals and business owners to help meet their financial goals. She uses her 25+ years of experience to coach clients through all sorts of business and life situations, from starting a family or a business to retiring or selling a business. She has earned the elite status of a Chartered Financial Consultant (ChFC) which sets her apart in her in depth of knowledge of key financial and business planning disciplines, including insurance, income taxation, retirement planning, investments, and estate issues. Ellen is an active member of NAWBO (National Association of Women Business Owners) and the Latin American Chamber of Commerce. (http://www.financialguide.com/ellen-linares)
Shay Prosser is a credit and cash flow management expert from Get It Together, an independent financial education firm. She co-founded Get It Together after a career as a financial advisor, she was determined to find a way to help all people that want to get their money, debt and credit in order. She is also author of Get It Together: The Real-World Money Guide for Graduates and the soon to be released title Get It Together: The Real-World Guide to Cash and Credit (http://www.moneyandcreditguides.com)