Cincy Magazine and the UC Carl H. Lindner College of Business Team to Present Power 100 Leadership Forum

Cincy Magazine and the Carl H. Lindner College of Business are partnering for an exclusive event that brings the most powerful leaders in the Tristate together for a leadership forum.

The Power 100 Leadership Forum will take place at the Kingsgate Marriott Conference Center at the University of Cincinnati on Thursday, March 15, 2012.

Business and community leaders are invited to hear from prominent business, political and community leaders in the Greater Cincinnati region. The forum will build a bridge between today’s leaders and those being trained to lead our region in the future. The event features decision makers throughout the Tristate, from UC alumni and students to select sponsors and friends of Cincy Magazine.

Registration and networking begin at 6 PM, followed by the program, including a question and answer session, begins at 7 PM.

The Power 100, compiled annually by Cincy Magazine in their February issue, is a who’s who ranking of the most influential leaders in the Greater Cincinnati Tristate area.

The event is sponsored by Fifth Third Bank, Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield, Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLC, T-Mobile and Baker and Daboll.

For more information, contact Barbara Bennett-Heck at

bbennett@cincymagazine.com

or (513) 297-1350.

EVENT DETAILS

Who: Open to the public. Reservations required.

What: Power 100

Where: Kingsgate Marriott Conference Center at the University of Cincinnati

When: Thursday, March 15, 2012—6PM Reception & Networking | 7PM Program

Cost: $45 single ticket; $340 for table of eight.

Registration: By March 9 at

cincymagazine.com/power100

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