Interrupting the Status Quo of Networking and Business Development

Cheryl Centeno of XPX Global is a member of XPX
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“I hate networking, I wish I never had to do it…”… Ever said that to yourself? Or think that thought? All seriousness, do you enjoy the networking you do, or just do it to do it? Time is our most valuable currency, if we don’t like doing something, do we do it anyway, if so, why? This interactive keynote will help you understand why Adam is passionately interrupting the status quo of networking, business development and enjoying the way he does business. The end of mind of this keynote is to interrupt the patterns you and your relationships are “used” to in building relationships and doing business.


Keynote Speaker

Adam Holtzer

Chief whogggi Officer
whoggga LLC.

Adam Holtzer is an emerging entrepreneur interrupting the “traditional” world of networking and business development. Adam is the founder of Connections4Hire, a business development consulting firm, as well, Adam is also the co-founder of whoggga, LLC., an exclusive invitation only business lifestyle community that is alternative to traditional networking. Adam lives in Dix Hills NY with his wife Lara, daughter Mollie and son Jaxson. Outside of work, you will likely find Adam dressed up in a superhero costume of his kids choice at a local playground running around and playing with Mollie and Jaxson.

Program Host

Jeff Stern
CEO Whisperer, Business Growth and Value Strategies

Jeff Stern is a CPA, a Master Black Belt, and an Eagle Scout. His career spanned 30 years in Corporate America with Banks like JP Morgan Chase (nee Chemical Bank, nee Manufacturers Hanover Trust), Coopers & Lybrand, and Deloitte. He has led teams from 2 to 300 in operations, product development and strategy and, for the past 15 years, he has been providing practical advice to business leaders and companies, in all industry segments, focusing on growth and transition strategies. EBS is committed to help clients emphasize their strengths, understand their shortfalls, and to work closely with them to improve and excel.

Updated: March 28th, 2022

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