Christopher Lee, President & CEO, CAL Entertainment - Wednesday - July 23rd, 2014
Chris Lee is the President and CEO of CAL Entertainment. A full service Speakers Bureau and an industry leader in Event Entertainment. Chris has a relationship with hundreds of speakers and entertainers who he has been representing for a decade. Chris’ 20 years in sales make him a sought after thought leader in selling and marketing.
CAL Entertainment is a full service Speakers Bureau, a member of the International Association of Speakers Bureaus and an industry leader in Event Entertainment
By booking the biggest celebrity speakers, best-selling authors, business leaders, sports figures, and top keynote speakers in the business — from the best up-and-comers to the most proven staples— as well as the best bands, comedians, shows and performers, CAL Entertainment ensures that your audience will be transformed, moved…and entertained.
The foundation of CAL Entertainment is built from the relationships we’ve developed with our clients. We believe that through high ethical standards and quality communication, we can fulfill any client’s need and ensure every event’s success. And each new client relationship is a pillar that further strengthens our foundation.
Christopher Webb, Co-Founder & CEO, ChowNow- Wednesday - July 23rd, 2014
Chris is the co-founder and CEO of ChowNow, a revolutionary online ordering platform that offers restaurant owners the tools to create their own personalized website, apps, and Facebook-integrated online ordering.
Chris’s business savvy and expertise on the intersection of food and technology helped him through two successful rounds of fundraising, which led to ChowNow’s public launch in 2012. Currently, over 1,000 restaurants across the U.S. and Canada use ChowNow, including esteemed chefs such as Thomas Keller and Mario Batali.
Prior to founding ChowNow in 2010, Chris spent ten years on Wall Street, where he held various trading positions at Bear Stearns, RBC, and Lehman Brothers. Webb is also a founding investor in local restaurant chain Tender Greens, among other early stage technology startups including ZestFinance and SHIFT.
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I am looking for some advice on growing a successful group. I have started a meetup for local makers and inventors. I hold it over lunch time, the location is easy to get to, and its a first class conference room. My first meeting drew about 14 people, there was free food for kick off meeting. The next meeting had about 8, and the last meeting was down to 5. Not a good trend.
I focus each meeting on a technology trend that is reshaping how the world works. I find an expert in topic to give a 15 to 30 minute presentation. The first meeting was about what the University of Iowa Research Park as to offer to entrepreneurs, they provide the conference room for me. The second meeting was on 3D printing, and last meeting was on biomimicry. My next meeting will focus on UAV's.
What are some good tips on growing a loyal group to attend these meetings?
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I was driving yesterday and couldn't write down those 10 things successful people do in the morning. Any chance you have that article handy that I could pass on?
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