This is the time of year when we count our blessings!
A special thank you to everyone who made it possible for CFE to relaunch and to grow this past year despite the global pandemic. We couldn’t do this without our members now numbering well over 1,000. We invite your continued attendance at our programs and your ideas and suggestions (re: program topics and presenters) and referrals (of new members).
Thank you too to our sponsors, whose support is gratefully acknowledged.
To Eric Schwarz of the Cleveland Private Trust Company, who is already helping us boost membership, host Zoom programs, and plan programs generally.
To Ken Greaney and Greg Keegen of JP Morgan, who have been sponsors from the start and continue to support CFE.
To Windom Ratchford of Creative Gold Media, who has helped us document our events with video recording and editing.
To Bradley Calkins of Spaceman, who designed the new CFE Web site.
And to Dale and David Lytkowski, of Lytkowski & Co., Inc.., who recently joined as a CFE sponsor and to support our programs and online presence.
Of course let's not forget TheCalkins Law Firm, Ltd., my law firm, a business law boutique bringing expertise and experience along with responsiveness and affordability to business law.
PLEASE SUPPORT OUR SPONSORS. THEY ALL STAND READY AND WILLING TO MEET WITH CFE MEMBERS ONE ON ONE AND TO SUPPORT CFE MEMBERS. OUR SPONSORS MAKE CFE AND IT'S PROGRAMS POSSIBLE.
Finally, let’s all be thankful during this crisis for what we continue to enjoy. Our families and friends. Our health. Our freedoms and the bounty that abounds around us.
Ben Calkins and his team at The Calkins Law Firm, Ltd. have assisted literally hundreds of clients in building and operating successful businesses and in resolving related business disputes. Practice areas of particular focus have included and continue to include business formation and planning, contracts and general corporate business advice, mergers and acquisitions and corporate finance, real estate and dispute resolution and commercial litigation and arbitration.
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