The Panama City Beach Chamber of Commerce prides itself on being different. Not only have they created a new movement in small business networking and development, but they are always looking for ways to improve. Next month, they are taking their new signature Idea Camp, aboard a 52′ foot Catamaran with Paradise Adventures.
Thursday, April 11th from 5 to 8 pm, all are invited, as space allows to join the PCB Chamber of Commerce for a “Sunset Think-Tank” as they take Idea Camp on the open water.
For more information about this event or to RSVP, as space is limited, call the PCB Chamber at 850-235-1159 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Panama City Beach Chamber members may attend for FREE, the cost for non-members is $20. Guests will gather at Paradise Adventures and fellowship together and enjoy hors d’oeuvres from 5 to 6, with the boat departing a few minutes before 6 pm and arriving back at 8 pm. There will also be light eats and a cash bar aboard the boat.
IdeaCamp, as started a few months ago, thanks to the generous support of Southwest Airlines, is an interactive think tank with focused networking and an ‘ideashare’ of great business dialogue. Last month, PCB Chamber members and friends convened at G.foley’s in Panama City for a night of sharing, learning, and networking.
“When IdeaCamp was created last fall, our initial goal was simple,” says IdeaWorks Chairman David Balmer, “We wanted guests to ‘walk away with more ideas for their business than they had when they arrived.’” The IdeaWorks Committee has already reached that goal, and has additionally created a unique networking event to inspire business connections and deepen those relationships. “The diversity of guests and speakers, who talk on a variety of business and leadership related topics, is what keeps this event interesting, fun and relevant,” says Balmer.
For a little taste of last month’s Idea Camp at G.foley’s, check out one of these video clips below.
This fun, interactive event is made possible by not only the folks at Paradise Adventures, but other generous sponsors such as: Shimmering Seas Jewelry and Gifts, North Florida Financial, Dr. Myra Ancelet Reed and with food by Runaway Caribbean Grill.