Why is The Rose our Hometown Hero?
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12700 N. Featherwood, Suite 260
Houston, TX 77034
We at Westpark encourage our employees to expand their careers to their full potential. It is with mixed emotions we announce Kimberly Stratton, our fearless HR Manager, has left Westpark Communications. She has been presented an opportunity to greatly further her career in a large corporation.
The Super Bowl is coming to Houston next year! Sallie Sargent, president and chief executive officer of the Houston Super Bowl host committee, was the keynote speaker at yesterday’s Women’s Excellence in Business Luncheon! Thank you to all that attended and to Houston West Chamber of Commerce for extending this series!
We especially enjoyed winning Sarah’s Florist’s gorgeous centerpieces!
At the request of our members, the Houston West Chamber of Commerce has extended our Women Driving Business Series by hosting Women’s Excellence in Business Luncheon Series at the elegant Tony’s Restaurant in Greenway Plaza and Vallone’s in the new Gateway Center at Memorial City presented by Westpark Communications.
The Women’s Excellence in Business (WEIB) series consists of four intimate luncheons (limited to 100 guests), attended by professional women, business owners and community leaders who come together to enjoy a memorable meal while making connections with fellow women and hearing from extraordinary guest speakers. WEIB is beyond advice, beyond networking, beyond lunch – WEIB is a movement to become reinforced, get inspired and share the experience.
Sponsors of the Women’s Excellence in Business Luncheon receive:
For additional information, please visit: https://www.hwcoc.org/WEIB
February 12, 2016 • 11:00AM – 1:30 PM
Omni Houston – Westside – 13210 Katy Freeway
As we are all keenly aware sinking oil prices have raised concerns and many questions for the West Houston economy. Will other sectors help fill the void and what is in the horizon for West Houston?
Please join us at The West Houston Economic Development Summit for the latest forecast and economic update from Dr. Bill Gilmer, UH Institute for Regional Forecasting. Get answers to looming economic questions and insight from top Executives in key West Houston sectors. Find out whether a downturn is expected or if other major industries will continue to provide a much-needed stimulus to West Houston.
This event with an 18-year history is always a sell-out with over 600 business attendees and attracts a broad range of industries and to hear from c-suite thought leaders on how the Houston economy is driving business. A pre-reception will be hosted during which Dr. Gilmer will present his findings to our sponsors in detail prior to moving into the ballroom for lunch. At the main event luncheon Dr. Gilmer will present a summary of the 2016 report followed by brief presentations from industry leaders. All attendees will leave with a copy of the West Houston Economic Study.
Please mark your calendar for this must attend event and join us as we share the breaking news and give West Houston businesses a glimpse into upcoming economic developments affecting business.
To register: http://business.hwcoc.org/events/details/west-houston-economic-development-summit-2016-9889
Please join us for our Woodlands Women of Influence Luncheon on February 17th at Landry’s Seafood from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. This intimate luncheon provides a powerful networking opportunity for business leaders in the North Houston and The Woodlands area. Our panelists Kathie Edwards, President & CEO of Westpark Communications and Judy Olson, Senior Vice President Private Banking of Cadence Bank will lead this powerful luncheon and will be moderated by Nelda Blair, The Blair Law Firm Group, P.C.
Join the West Houston Leadership Institute’s Class of 2015 and the Houston West Chamber of Commerce at this fall-tastic celebration at Karbach Brewing Co., benefiting Literacy Advance of Houston!
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Team Westpark had a great time working together at Houston Foodbank! What a great feeling knowing the “Senior Box Program” we were working on is actually going to help feed some of the local elderly that we love and care for! It was such a rewarding experience, not only to give back to the community, but volunteering with our Team Westpark Family! We can’t wait to go back!
For information on how to donate or volunteer, visit: www.houstonfoodbank.org.