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Day 3 Highlights: 2019 Small Business Leadership Conference

ORLANDO, Fla. - The 2019 Small Business Leadership Conference concluded yesterday in Orlando, FL.

Attendees began the final day of programming with a Breakfast with the Experts where they had a chance to learn best practices from subject matter experts, as well as fellow small business owners. The casual breakfast discussion served as an opportunity for attendees to dive deeper into topics currently affecting their business.

Two final breakout workshop sessions followed giving attendees one last opportunity to discuss techniques that will help them ignite strategic growth within their companies.

The conference wrapped up with a keynote presentation by Ryo Zsun, culture maestro at zappos.com. Ryo shared how Zappos built a company culture that is the driving force behind their success and has become a recognizable part of their brand.

You can view a small photo gallery of day three here. The full photo gallery from the conference will be available next week.


About the Jim Moran Institute 

The Jim Moran Institute for Global Entrepreneurship is part of Florida State University’s College of Business and its mission is to cultivate, train and inspire entrepreneurial leaders through world-class executive education, applied training, public recognition and leading-edge research.

Jim Moran was an automotive pioneer and entrepreneur at heart, who at the age of seven, sold soda pop at sandlot baseball diamonds in Chicago. With a career that spanned more than six decades, he build an amazing chronicle of achievements in the automobile industry.

His vision for the Jim Moran Institute was to provide opportunities that would help others become more successful business owners. A 1995 contribution from Jim and Jan Moran and JM Family Enterprises established the Jim Moran Institute for Global Entrepreneurship at the Florida State University College of Business. Since 2011, further enhancements to the Jim Moran Institute and its outreach have been made possible by Jan Moran and The Jim Moran Foundation.