Tax chair David R. Tavolier will be a presenter at the Greater Cleveland Partnership Annual Middle Market Forum. Held on April 25, the half day forum will be conducted at Corporate College East; 4400 Richmond Rd. in Cleveland, Oh.
The keynote address will be delivered by Robert J. Jackson Jr. Commissioner, U. S. Securities and Exchange Commission.
Tavolier’s breakout session will address issue related to the tax cuts and Jobs Act updates to the U.S. tax code. The tax overhaul stands to lower taxes on businesses and individuals while creating higher wages, more jobs, and upward economic growth.
Two additional breakout sessions will address how technology can create new value for businesses and attracting and retaining workforce talent. Leaders from the Ohio Craft Brewers Association will discuss the $2.67 billion economic impact in Ohio during the lunch session.
The cost to attend is $129 for GCP members and $399 for nonmembers.
For more information and to register, click here.
About the Greater Cleveland Partnership
With more than 9,500 members, the Greater Cleveland Partnership (GCP) is one of the largest metropolitan chambers of commerce in the nation. GCP focuses on driving the economic vitality of Northeast Ohio’s 16-county region through building a strong and thriving climate for the broad business community, including small businesses, middle-market companies and large corporations.