What is the goal of the Private Enterprise Partnership?
The Private Enterprise Partnership is an organization designed to provide high quality education and discussion opportunities for business owners and professionals. Education and discussion in a neutral setting allow members to further their business goals and create affiliations with other high-caliber business owners and professionals. The underlying theme for meetings is “A Celebration of Capitalism.”
How is education and information provided to members?
Quarterly meetings are established during the business week in a neutral setting.
What type of information is provided? Who provides the information?
The business and personal topics are broad-based. They include a wide spectrum of business and personal issues geared to successful business owners and professionals. Discussions and topics include current events, business strategy and personal planning opportunities. Education topics are presented by qualified professionals. We expect several topics provided at each meeting presented in an enthusiastic format.
Is there opportunity for open discussion?
Yes. Group members will have open discussions regarding a wide range of topics.
Who is a typical member?
Typical members include successful established business owners and professionals. There may be membership limitations for certain individuals. We anticipate restrictions for professionals or individuals that frequently cater to business owners so that members are not encumbered by marketing solicitations found in other professional groups.
Is there a cost?
Dues for participation have yet to be determined. Each participant will currently be responsible only for their meal.
What venue is used?
Typically, a restaurant setting.
How long are meetings?
Usually a few hours every quarter with breakfast or lunch.
Is there an opportunity to communicate with other group members?
Yes, at the conclusion of every quarterly meeting
Can I invite guests??
Yes, but we wish to maintain the integrity of the group to include established private business owners. We would encourage business service providers (CPA’s, attorneys, etc.) to offer presentations to the group rather than maintain membership in the group.