Anthony Juliano to Lead GWC Investor Educational Event
24 Jun 2021
Wabash County, IN __On Thursday, July 15, Anthony Juliano, vice president and general manager of Asher Agency and founder of Point Six Four Consulting and Training, will host a lunch and learn event in partnership with Grow Wabash County to help Grow Wabash County investors and business owners make their meetings more effective and efficient.
Grow Wabash County invites the Wabash County business community to attend “We Can’t Keep Meeting Like This,” a lunch and learn investor event where Juliano will help leaders and business owners navigate the do’s and don’ts of the meetings that fill our calendars day to day. Juliano will give pointers on how to get real things done during meetings and how to adapt to the new and popular “hybrid” meetings that often see team members attending both in person and virtually.
“Meetings are one of the most prevalent organizational communication tools, but they’re often a waste of time and a source of frustration,” Juliano said. “When done right, though, they can be invaluable for team building and the generation of great ideas.”
Juliano is an experienced speaker, trainer, writer, and marketing and communication strategist who approaches his work with one simple goal: to help others understand our changing communication environment. He is a seasoned trainer on a variety of topics, including communication, marketing, branding, productivity, and social media (with a specific focus on LinkedIn), and has taught at four colleges. Juliano has also served as a keynote speaker, presenting at international conferences, and delivering a TEDx presentation.
“We are thrilled to host Anthony Juliano again here in Wabash County for an educational event,” said Keith Gillenwater, president & CEO of Grow Wabash County. “I always look forward to Anthony’s columns in the Greater Fort Wayne Business Weekly and his interactive LinkedIn posts where he shares helpful advice on a wide range of marketing and communications topics – and this session will address one of peoples greatest frustrations – making meetings more effective, be it via Zoom or in person.”
This educational event will take place on Thursday, July 15 from noon – 1 p.m. in the Grow Wabash County conference room, 214 South Wabash Street in Wabash. GWC Investors get to attend the event for free with registration. The public may attend for $15. Lunch will be provided by Grow Wabash County.