I will fly to China for some research and relaxation in early and mid-January, but when I return the team at the Education Industry Investment Forum will New York City Business Breakfast for education professionals.
It's at the Omni Hotel, January 20, 2010. It only costs Us$95 to attend. I have already quite a few registered delegates and they are people you are certain to want to speak to. Here are the signed up speakers:
John Bailey, formerly Special Assistant for Education, George Bush Administration
Daniel Pianko, Founder & CEO, The Noah Fund
Josh Schwartz, Managing Director, East Wind Advisors
Doug Mesecar, Vice President, Scholastic Publishing
Ron Packard, CEO, K12, Inc.
You can register to attend the breakfast, for only $95.
Or you can connect with me directly through email.
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