6/20/12 (W) 12:00 - 1:30 pm
Rochester Bioventure Center, 77 Ridgeland Road, Rochester, NY
The greatest value in most companies leaves the building every night—it’s the people that make it all work, or not. Recruiting, training, retaining, and motivating the people at all levels of an organization makes all the difference in building value for long-term success.
This session includes advice from entrepreneurs, human resource specialists, and technical recruiters that will provide insights on the best practices for building the human capital assets of your business.
Rob Anstey,CEO, Graphene Devices Ltd.
Rob is a NYS licensed attorney and a multifaceted manager focused on business development, strategic partnerships, investment relations, and product development vision. He is also the lead grant writer/manager with almost $1 million in grants and contracts awarded in the last 12 months. His company, Graphene Devices Ltd., is optimizing productions of graphene, a carbon nanomaterial that can enhance the strength of compounds, including plastics, inks and coatings.
Brian Carroll, Branch Manager, Superior Group
Brian's expertise includes a thorough knowledge of the Staffing Industry, Payroll and Human Resources, Labor Management, Tax Compliance as well as Benefits Administration. His company, Superior Group, is a Global Workforce Solutions provider that gives their clients the ability to maximize the return on investment into their contingent workforce by providing the best possible workforce output at the lowest cost.
Luis Martínez, CEO, Human Capital Strategy Partners
Luis has been a trusted executive coach and advisor for many years. His strategic management consulting firm offers leadership development services to organizations and executives. While in Xerox, Luis directed global human resources functions for Worldwide Manufacturing. He had been SVP of HR at Lehigh Valley Hospital and VP & GM of Exide Batteries in Puerto Rico. Luis has a B.A. and M.Ed., from the University of Delaware. Born and raised in Cuba, Luis has authored two career development books, Getting There and Getting There Volume 2.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
Early-stage companies, medical device inventors, and medical researchers that are considering developing new medical devices and entrepreneurs seeking to expand their human capital assets.
FREE EVENT—REGISTRATION REQUIRED
SPACE IS LIMITED--PLEASE REGISTER EARLY!
A light lunch will be available
Register by June 19, 2012 using the link below
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