Chamber Holds Power Networking Breakfast

The Chamber of Commerce for Greater Milford held their monthly Power Breakfast at Delaware Hospice on Wednesday morning.  Compared with speed dating, this event gets a lot of attention because of the fun and networking opportunities of the experience. Business men and women from the Milford area get to hear directly from their fellow entrepreneurs, one-on-one, as they make their rounds to speak with each other.  Each individual gets a minute and a half to explain who they are and what their business is about. Businesses that were present included Larson’s Lawn Mower Service, The Mortgage Market, Delaware Breast Cancer Coalition, Wagamon Technology group, Kent County Tourism, Del-One, Fish Window Cleaning, TLM Business Services, Season’s Hospice and Downtown Milford Inc. The next Power Breakfast will be located at the Reading Assist Institute on 1002 Mattlind Way in Milford on January 19, 2011 (8:00 am – 9:30 am).

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