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Three-part speaker series geared toward business owners

Dillon Carr

The Monroeville Area Chamber of Commerce will sponsor a three-part speaker series that kicks off in April.

International speaker Jeff Tobe, who focuses on customer experience, will speak during three separate sessions for the chamber’s “Enlighten. Discover. Grow. Evolve.” or “EDGE” series. The series will give participants information and practices to apply to their business, said a chamber news release.

“Jeff is a world-class speaker, and we are excited to have him present these valuable tools to our members and attendees,” said Sean Logan, president of the Monroeville Area Chamber of Commerce.

The first event will take place from 11:30 a.m. to 1:15 p.m. April 3 at Pugliano’s Italian Grill in Plum. The second and third events will take place at the same time and place on June 10 and September 11.

During the April event, Tobe will present “Coloring Outside the Lines: Creating a New Customer Experience.”

In June, the topic will be “Your Zipper is Open (and other miscommunication!): Effective Communication Tools for the 21st Century.”

In September, the topic will be “Working with Customers in a Way in Which They Need to be Worked With!”

Sessions cost $79 for MACC members and $129 for non-members. All three sessions are available for $199 for members and $299 for non-members.

More information on the sessions can be found at www.monroevillechamber.com.

More information on Tobe can be found at his website, www.jefftobe.com.

Dillon Carr is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Dillon at 412-871-2325, dcarr@tribweb.com or via Twitter .


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