The 2018 Savannah Logistics Lunch was held on Friday, July 20. Presented by the Center of Innovation for Logistics and HunterMaclean, the fourth annual Savannah Logistics Lunch explored the regional opportunities and challenges of Managing More for the Future.
HunterMaclean partner Andrew H. Ernst will help co-chair this CLE seminar by The Seminar Group on November 14 in Atlanta.
HunterMaclean attorney Diana J.P. McKenzie will serve as a panelist in this seminar hosted by Seacrest Partners.
The 2017 Savannah Logistics Lunch took place on Wednesday, July 19 at the Savannah International Trade & Convention Center. This year’s event focused on Industry Disruptors.
Dulany Industries Inc. has undergone its share of transitions and industry changes. Reed Dulany, chairman and CEO of Dulany Industries, discussed the company’s history at the quarterly BiS Luncheon on October 26.
The second annual Savannah Logistics Lunch will be held on Thursday, July 21, 2016 at Armstrong Center on the Armstrong State University campus. The focus of this year’s event is Technology and Transportation.
Shelley Lowther, the founder of Dancing Dogs Yoga and Beetnix Savannah Juice Bar, discussed the importance of community on Wednesday to the quarterly BiS Luncheon Series.
Shelley Lowther, Founder and Owner of Dancing Dogs Yoga and Beetnix Savannah Juice Bar, will be the speaker at the next BiS Luncheon on July 13. The quarterly speaker series features business leaders from the Savannah area.
On Monday, June 13, Harold Yellin will be part of Emergent Savannah’s ongoing series “Monday Means Community” at the Sentient Bean. Mary Landers will moderate a discussion with Harold, Tom Thomson (Executive Director of the MPC), Kevin Klinkenberg (Executive Director of the SDRA), and Ryan Madson (Professor of Architecture and Urban Design). The discussion will look at the six corridors primed for development and the role of the citizen in the process, and ask what pressures and opportunities Savannah’s built environment faces and how that relates to the overall vision for Savannah. The event starts at 7:00 pm, arrive early for a seat.
Georgia Tech-Savannah and HunterMaclean will partner to present a seminar, “OSHA Busters: A Compliance and Legal Perspective,” on June 23 at the Georgia Tech-Savannah campus. The session, led by Myrtle Turner, director of the Georgia Tech OSHA Training Institute Education Center, and HunterMaclean’s managing partner, Brad Harmon, will address the OSHA inspection process and how safety professionals can be proactive.