David Weiss, the retiring president and CEO of BBB| Cleveland, was toasted as a legend during the conference.
Kim Garner, president of BEST Transportation, and Darlene Elder of Build-A-Bear Workshop, discuss the value they find in BBB.
Tom Walsh of Drury Hotels Company, talks about the value his company sees in BBB. Robert Hoffmann, president of Hoffmann Brothers Heating, Air Conditioning & Plumbing, delighted the crowd by saying, “I love the BBB.”
Jeff Mathews of BBB|Chicago, talked about using the online application for BBB Accreditation.
Chris Thetford, vice president of communications and marketing for St. Louis BBB, talks about communications and marketing strategies.
Dana Badgerow, president and CEO of BBB| Minneapolis, moderated a best practices panel on communications, marketing and digital focus.
Michelle Corey thanks Bill Donius for his presentation.
Groups of BBB executives and employees discussed ideas for improving BBB, then wrote them on boards so everyone could vote
Bill Donius, author of Thought Revolution, encourages BBB executives to engage their right brains.
Michelle Corey, president and CEO of BBB| St. Louis, with Bill Donius, the luncheon speaker on Monday, May 4, and author of Thought Revolution.
Better Business Bureau (BBB) leaders from Missouri, Illinois, Ohio, Indiana, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Nebraska and Michigan gathered in St. Louis May 3-5 for BBB Midwest’s Common Ground Conference. 716 more words