The business world can be an uninviting place for many, especially those fresh out of college. Many people end up moving to unfamiliar locales and find it difficult to ‘fit in’ with the business culture of the area.
A group in Cincinnati is hoping to make the city a warm and inviting place for businessmen and women to live and work, all while meeting other interesting professionals.
C-Change is a leadership-development program, for emerging leaders in the Cincinnati-area. On Oct. 2, 2014, it will play host to Pep Cincy, an event that aims to educate the public about Cincinnati and encourage professionals, young and old, to meet and learn from each other. VIPs attending and speaking at the event include, Mayor of Cincinnati, John Cranley and University of Cincinnati President, Santa Ono. The event will be hosted by Channel 12 news’ Bob Herzog.
More information about this networking event can be found at www.pepcincy.com. Tickets for the event can be purchased through the website. They include drinks and food from local restaurants and opportunities to win prizes.