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Raising the business bar at the Asheville Business Summit

Gather with local entrepreneurs, business owners, and professionals to network, share ideas, grow, and get creative.

A view of the asheville city skyline

Connect with Asheville’s business scene.

Photo via ActionCOACH

Arranged among our mountains and settled in our valleys, artisans, tech companies, restaurants, manufacturers, and a host of other businesses offer their services and wares. And the Asheville Business Summit is bringing them all together to share strategies and principles for success across the board.

The summit gets down to business on Sunday, Aug. 18 with a kickoff party at The Mule, where attendees can enjoy food, drinks, prizes, and casual networking. Monday, Aug. 19 will celebrate the summit in style with a VIP plated dinner.

The main event will take place on Tuesday, Aug. 20 at the Embassy Suites. In addition to an expo featuring 200+ local business, the morning will include a lineup of speakers covering everything from leadership to marketing, as well as a keynote from Brad Sugars, owner and founder of the summit’s organizer, ActionCOACH.

Grab your tickets — a portion of the proceeds benefit nonprofit All Souls Counseling.

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