Shenandoah University School of Business will host its 12th Annual Business Symposium on Friday, Nov. 12, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., in Halpin-Harrison Hall on the university’s main campus in Winchester. The event is open to all members of the local and regional communities, as well as students and university faculty and staff.
Morning Keynote Speaker
Award-winning entrepreneur, bestselling author, and world-renowned star of ABC TV’s critically acclaimed business reality show “Shark Tank,” Daymond John has been a phenomenally successful business leader for over 25 years. Along his entrepreneurial journey, through his many successes as well as failures, he has learned a few things about getting the best out of business and life. He believes the keys to his success include establishing the right mindset and following a few fundamental principles, which he calls his five “S.H.A.R.K points.” Get ready! Daymond is going to share his unique goal-setting and achievement strategies, which will empower you to make positive changes in every aspect of your life.
Afternoon Keynote Speaker
Amilya Antonetti, one of the most sought-after human behavior and strategic advisor experts in the world, is the CEO and creator of Genius Key, a powerful SaaS platform that changes the paradigm for how people and opportunities come together. Amilya is committed to answering the call of the gig economy with the Genius Key technology, tools and learning pathways to empower you to access and decode your genius. Join Amilya as she offers solutions for leaning in and unlocking a deeper understanding of how healthy conflict can unleash a level of happiness that so many people are seeking. Bring your conflicts for discussion during the Q&A!
The symposium features multiple breakout sessions focused on a wide spectrum of business topics to help participants navigate the rapidly changing business landscape. Some sessions at this year’s symposium include:
- “One-click away from disaster: Protecting your business in cyberspace”
- “Keeping your best: The importance of training and development for small business”
- “Artificial intelligence and the future of your business”
- “Principles of project management for any organization”
- “Social media and in-person or live online networking: A critical tool in scaling your business”
- And more …
Registration not only includes presentations but also a light, continental breakfast, a boxed lunch with fabulous door prizes and a happy hour.
Cost is $115/person for the full-day session. Students may attend free of charge but online registration is required. For details and to register, go to su.edu/symposium. For more information, contact the dean’s office at firstname.lastname@example.org or 540-665-4572.
Register at su.edu/symposium
Note: Per university policy, participants are required to wear masks while attending the symposium.