The Lake Travis Chamber of Commerce will host its next luncheon with the topic, “How I Built It,” with four guests scheduled to speak on a moderated panel about their experiences building businesses. Scheduled speakers include Baylor Scott & White Medical Center – Lakeway President Philippe Bochaton, Community Impact Newspaper Founder John Garrett, Hill Country Apothecary Founder Adam Metcalf, and Hill Country Indoor Co-owner Josh McKay.
On March 28, 2018 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., the luncheon will be held at Vintage Villas. The event is being marketed as an opportunity to be inspired. “Hear from four area entrepreneurs and community leaders as they tell ‘their story’ through a moderated panel. The ups, downs and even sideways experiences they have endured to get to where they are today.”
Bochaton has experience across healthcare operations and strategic planning in healthcare organizations. Garrett grew Community Impact Newspaper from one edition in 2005 to 23 editions, with CI becoming the fastest-growing news organization in Texas. Metcalf is an entrepreneur with a focus on preventative health and wellness who also founded Drip Drop Vitamin Bar, Alive + Well, and Elle’s Cafe and Coffee. McKay has extensive experience in the event production industry and has been a business owner in Bee Cave since 2004.
Sponsors include Platinum Wealth Advisory and The Mansions at Lakeway. The event also will include a silent auction benefitting the Leadership Lake Travis Class 009.
Visit Lake Travis Chamber to register. Admission is $30 for members and $35 for non-members.