Date: January 28, 2021
Time: 8:30 AM – 3:30 PM
Location: 100% Virtual

Event Description

2019 was the inaugural year for BingBizCon, a one-day conference for business professionals, which proved to be a success! Topics of the utmost importance to our Chamber members and the Business and Non-Profit communities will once again drive the Breakout Sessions for 2021. In accordance with current safety protocols regarding in-person events, BingBizCon will be an exciting virtual experience utilizing an easy-to-navigate web portal that is compatible with Zoom. The day will include 9 Breakout Sessions, a Keynote Lunch, Inaugural Family-Owned Business of the Year Award, Speed Networking a one-hour Virtual and Interactive Business Showcase of up to 50 local and regional businesses and organizations.

Reserve Your Virtual Booth

This event will conclude with a one-hour Virtual and Interactive business Showcase of up to 50 local and regional businesses and organizations.

Exhibitors’ admission to BingBizCon
Chamber members: $100*
Chamber Non-members: $200*

*full-day admission included

2021 Event Schedule

8:30 – 9:30 a.m.
Speed Networking Kick Off via Zoom

9:45 – 10:30 a.m.

Christine Gritmon

Track I “Humanizing LinkedIn”

Tom Conlon

Track II “Do Your Managers and Supervisors Know What They Need to Know?”

Ron Crawford

Track III Leadership Development and Transition Across the Generations”

10:45 – 11:30 a.m.

Rachel Jenks & Melissa Buck

Track I “More than a Pretty Face: the Key to Building a Successful Brand”

Dan Mori

Track II “How Has Covid -19 Changed Your Talent Recruitment and Retention Strategies”

Jesan Sorrells

Track III “Adapting to Change”

12:15 – 1:15 p.m.
Keynote Presentation

Daniel V. Masciari

Binghamton-based Filmmaker and Editor

Preview of his exciting current movie project based in Binghamton

Inaugural Award Presentation: 2020 Family Owned Business Award

1:30 – 2:15 p.m.

Leslie Haas

Track I “Cut the Noise: What You Need to Know to Stand Out on Social Now”

Gulienne Rollins-Rishon

Track II “Diversity and Race: Guiding Difficult Conversations with Grace”

Brandon Griffin

Track III “Did 2020 Kill the Future of Your Business?”

Admission Pricing

Admission to BingBizCon
Full-Day Admission
Chamber members: $40
Chamber Non-members: $80

Our sponsors

M and T Bank logo

Title Sponsor

Binghamton University logo

Keynote Sponsor

Supporting Sponsor

Creative Sponsor

ad elements logo

Social Media Sponsor

Proforma logo

Prize Sponsor

Equinox Broadcasting logo

Media Sponsor

Technical Sponsor

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