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The second annual EO Idaho Talks will bring together Idaho's thought leaders, change makers and influencers. If you are making moves in business, you'll want to be here! Join us as we gather to inspire our local business community! EO members will share ideas, trials, and successes through an EOTalks format. Each will be professionally coached and present for 8 - 12 minutes. EO Members, Sponsors, Students and the Business community are invited to this exciting event! A continental breakfast is provided.
Date: April 12, 2018
Time: 7:00 AM
Location: Zion's Building Downtown Located in the Idaho Snake Room on the 17th Floor
Address: 800 West Main Street, Boise ID 83702
Carolyn Holly will be leading our program as emcee. A long time and active member of the Treasure Valley, Carolyn Holly currently serves as Vice President of Marketing, Communication, Public Relations and Community Engagement for Saint Alphonsus Health System. Holly also enjoyed a 33 year career at KTVB Channel 7 television, where she became one of Idaho's most experienced and best known television personalities.
"Intuition vs. Brain: Harmonizing Business Leadership"
Jim Escobar, neudesign architecture
"Follow Me: How Companies will sell you just what you want, when you want it"
Chris Guill, GB Promotions
"Breaking out of domestication to become a Free Thinking Entrepreneur"
Brandon Wright, Dillon Plumbing
“Doing things the way they have always been done is not the same as continuing a legacy”
Matt Perkins, Coyote Design Orthotic & Prosthetic Technologies
Zion's Building Downtown
This 18-story building in Boise, Idaho stands 323 feet tall and is the tallest building in the state. It houses the Idaho headquarters of Zions Bank. Construction was completed in early 2014. The location, formerly known as "the pit" and the "Boise Hole" had sat vacant since 1987.
Besides Zions Bank, other tenants include Holland & Hart LLP, Ruth's Chris Steak House, Flatbread Pizzeria, CTA Architects Engineers, First American Title Company, Clenera, LLC, and the Idaho Technology Council. Half of the top floor (17th Floor), known as the Idaho & Snake River Rooms, is available for limited public rental focused on non-profit and community oriented events.