Louisville and Lexington mayors to kick off Business Summit

On Monday, July 16 at 1:30 p.m. Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer and Lexington Mayor Jim Gray will get the Business Summit started when they co-present Kentucky’s Two Largest Cities: Are We Ready to Compete with Other Cities Across America? During his two years in office, Mayor Fischer has pursued three top goals: making Louisville a city of lifelong learning, a much healthier city and an even more compassionate community, while also taking action to bring innovation to city government and make it more efficient and accessible. Jim Gray’s vision as mayor of Lexington is to build the next “great American city.” Gray has brought a businessman’s approach to city government by creating strong financial and operational management systems and by making strategic investments in planning and development initiatives across the city.

Kentucky’s premier business event, the Kentucky Chamber’s Business Summit and Annual Meeting, presented by Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP is now in its seventh year. Join us July 16-17 at the Louisville Marriott Downtown. The Business Summit brings together diverse ideas to answer the question: What are the decisions we have to make to move Kentucky forward? Join your peers, business leaders, legislators and educators for a dialogue on Kentucky that explores solutions and inspires change. This  Download the event brochure for more details on the 2-day event. For a complete list of the top-level speakers slated to present at this year’s Summit click here.

Paul Begala, political analyst for CNN, and William Kristol, editor of The Weekly Standard and political analyst for FOX News, will deliver the keynote address on Tuesday, July 17.

Sponsorship opportunities for the event are still available. Contact Andrea Flanders for details. View a list of current sponsors.

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