Networking Night – BBB & BON

Networking Night – BBB & BON

Pictured (LtoR) Greg Pierce, Business Opportunity Network president; Lauren Pierce, Sparks! marketing & communications operations client services manager; and Bill DePauw, B More Marketing account executive

Pictured (LtoR) Angie Barnett, Better Business Bureau president/CEO; Brandon Hurst, Chick-Fil-A Inner Harbor owner; and Samantha Stephenson, Gordon Feinblatt attorney

Pictured (LtoR) Jared Silberzahn, Bmore Attorney owner; Sam Draper, Special Counsel executive director; and Broc Silberzahn, Kiddie Academy director of franchise development

Pictured (LtoR) Charlie Camp, M&T Bank relationship manager; and Jim Ries, Offit|Kurman director of business development

Pictured (LtoR) Leslie Cumber, Gordon Feinblatt attorney; and Kisha Webster, Better Business Burean development consultant

Pictured (LtoR) Janon Veach, KatzAbosch director of development; Susan Katz, Susan Katz Advantage CEO; and Bob DeAlmeida, Hamilton Bank president/CEO

Pictured (LtoR) Theo Ngongang, AECOM design, planning & economics director; Meghan Collins, Junior Achievement of Central Maryland director of development; and Mandy Snyder, Junior Achievement senior development manager

Pictured (LtoR) Eric Fotis, Maverich Mentality owner; Dave Petrie, Improve Your I.T. help desk operator; and Scott Stephan, Improve Your I.T. president

Folks gathered at the mezzanine bar to network before the evening's guest speaker took the podium.

Folks gathered at the mezzanine bar to network before the evening’s guest speaker took the podium.

Mixing on the mezzanine...

Mixing on the mezzanine…

Cocktails & the Big Cheese (September 13, 2016) A bunch of Baltimore business folks converged on the Lord Baltimore Hotel for a evening of networking and to get the back story of Plank Industries, courtesy its CEO, Tom Geddes – the night’s guest speaker. The whole shebang was put together by the Better Business Bureau and the Business Opportunity Network.

Sloane Brown

Baltimore's longtime fashion and social scene reporter, Sloane is the founder/managing editor of Baltimore Snap.