YOUR BUSINESS AUTHORITY
Join us on the third Tuesday of each month for a live interview with one of 12 local professionals handpicked by our editorial team. Be in the room to network with area businesspeople, listen in on a live interview conducted by SBJ's Eric Olson, and have the opportunity to ask your questions.
Next Event Date: Apr. 18, 2023
Featured Guest: Mark Hendren; President, Flora Farms LLC
Location: The Backlot at Alamo Drafthouse; 4055 South Ave., Springfield
Time: 3:30 pm - Appetizers and networking; 4:00 pm - Live interview; 4:30 pm - Audience Q&A
Tickets for Apr. 18 happy hour: $30, Purchase tickets for Apr. 18 here
Ticket purchase includes admission, light hors d'oeuvres & one complimentary drink ticket!
12 Month Pass: $325, Purchase pass here!
Check out our 2023 12 People lineup:
Apr. 18: Mark Hendren; President, Flora Farms LLC
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May 16: Monte McNew; CEO, Guaranty Bank
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Jun. 20: Stephanie Hein; District 136 Representative, Missouri House of Representatives
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Jul. 18: David Argueta; President, Mercy Hospital Springfield
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Aug. 15: Zora Mulligan; Executive Vice Pres18ident, Missouri State University
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Sep. 19: Erin Danastasio; Executive Director, Hatch Foundation
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Oct. 17: Michael Spyres; Artistic Director, Ozarks Lyric Opera and international baritenor performer
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Nov. 21: Darrel Wilson; CEO & Founder, Wilson Logistics, Inc.
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Dec. 19: Paul Bosovik; CEO & Founder, 27North, Inc.
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Interviewed Jan. 17
Interviewed Feb. 21
Interviewed Mar. 21
Urban Studios LLC, a natural light photography studio and pop-up event space, opened; the Missouri State University Foundation became the new owner of event venue The Old Glass Place; and Polk County’s dining scene expanded with the opening of Flat Creek.