Educational Business Luncheon
Are you ready to put more Power into your Networking?
Join us monthly to participate in our Exclusive Power Networking on Grand Classica in the Port of Palm Beach.
Topic: Cost-effective delegation – the restaurant owner shouldn’t be doing the dishes too. (HR & Operations)
Presenter: Christopher Morhardt
When: April 3, 2019 at 11:30 pm
Where: Port of Palm Beach, Grand Classica
Introductory Price: $29
Last day to register: March 30, 2019
Apply today to participate in our Power Networking Lunch!
Buffet lunch with main course, salad and desert.
Opportunity to network with same-minded business owners.
Learn from business coach Christopher Morhardt and his team.
Spend your time inspecting Grand Classica as a venue for business training.
Cost-effective delegation – the restaurant owner shouldn’t be doing the dishes too. (HR & Operations)
Is your business running you ragged?
Is your staff at maximum capacity but there’s still more work to be done because your business is growing?
Effective delegation gives your business a competitive advantage.
Join us for this Power Networking luncheon to discover ways to take back control of your business and work on it instead of in it.
Meet Chris Morhardt
Christopher Morhardt is the President and Founder of Florida based Pharus Group, LLC.
He received his Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Massachusetts in Amherst and continued his education in business administration and entrepreneurship at the University of Hartford in Connecticut.
Mr. Morhardt has over 20 years of successful business management experience and maintains a proven strength in business analysis and implementation of success strategies for improved performance and profitability.
Our First Meeting
Our first ever The Power Networking Business Luncheon took place on March 6, 2019.
"We had a great turnout for the first Power Networking event.
Many great connections were made and people were sharing best practices and advice with one another.
Some of the conversations during the networking portion that I was a part of revolved around advice on CRM usage and management, advice and recommendations on liability insurance, business development best practices and streamlining administrative tasks.
We were absolutely pampered at lunch with a three course meal.
Great questions followed Chris’ presentation on setting up proper financial controls to protect against fraud."
Ellen Contreras, Pharus Group
About Grand Classica
Grand Classica is a cruise ship for Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line.
Grand Classica has two restaurants, 9 bars, 2 swimming pools, and 4 whirlpools.
The ship was formerly known as Costa neoClassica and Costa Classica. She left the Costa fleet in March 2018 after being sold to Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line and began sailing on April 13, 2018 as the Grand Classica.
Tonnage: 52,926 GT
Length: 722 ft (220 m)
Beam: 102 ft (31 m)
Draft: 25.5 ft (7.8 m)
18.5 knots (normal)
20 knots (maximum)
1,308 passengers (normal)
1,680 passengers (maximum)
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Live Data Import
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Travel Incentive Program
Nadia Jastrjembskaia from Aurora Cruises and Travel and Tammy Crandell from Journaventure Travel & Tours, an Independent Division of Aurora Cruises & Travel will present a new program for Florida small businesses – Treasure Coast Travel Incentive Program for Small Business.
Join us for this Power Networking luncheon to learn why cash incentive is less effective now and why you must consider travel incentive instead.
To be considered for this exclusive event, please complete our application page. Seating is limited to a maximum of 65 selected attendees.
Power Networking aboard Bahamas Paradise is designed exclusively for business owners. Monthly topics have been carefully selected with you, the business owner, and the decision maker in mind.
The Power Networking event is not your typical networking format and is designed to provide attendees with the ability to interact with one another at the same peer level. You will be able to share best practices and information with one another while making long lasting business connections and expanding your SOI (Sphere of Influence).
Once your application is accepted, you will be notified by email and directed to the link to remit payment prior to the event.
Completing your event application is also necessary not only for limited seating capacity, but to provide our host ship with our exclusive list of attendees to their security office for advance documentation. Upon arrival, everyone is checked in and ID will be collected for admittance.
When: April 3 2019 at 12:00 pm
Where: Port of Palm Beach, Grand Classica
Introductory price for the Power Networking is $29.
Save the Date
April 3, 2019 Cost-effective delegation – the restaurant owner shouldn’t be doing the dishes too. (HR & Operations)
May 5, 2019 Cash flow forecasting – pulling numbers from the air? There’s a better way. (Financial Services)
June 12, 2019 Recruiting strategies – consider less experience but high aptitude. (HR)
July 10, 2019 Employee development – work with what you’ve got – increase engagement and your bottom line at the same time. (HR)
August 7, 2019 I can’t wait for the phone to ring, so I can start selling – tips to turn your sales team into hunters. (Sales/Marketing)
September 4, 2019 Networking is not netselling. (Sales/Marketing)
October 2, 2019 It ain’t worth what you think – when and how to approach succession planning to get the most for your business. (Financial Services)
November 13, 2019 Improving operational efficiency to maximize year-over-year increases to your bottom line. (Financial Services)
December 11, 2019 My Facebook business page IS my website – and other marketing myths that need to be debunked. (Sales/Marketing)