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LCT Show East To Host Special Fast 40 Panel

Posted on October 2, 2013

TORRANCE, Calif. —  LCT’s Fast 40 is making a much-anticipated return at LCT Show East in Atlantic City on Tuesday, October 29 at 9:00 am in a session called “What's On the Minds of the 2nd Generation Limo Service Owners?”

Originally created during the 2013 LCT Summit, the Fast 40 is a hand-selected panel of rising industry stars under 40. This time around, they will be discussing challenges such as creating an effective board, addressing performance issues within the business, and infusing long-range thinking into their organization.

Martin Romjue, editor of LCT Magazine, will serve as moderator to panelists Matt Assolin of Nikko’s Worldwide; Danny Bacher of Topper Worldwide; Sami Elotmani of Destination MCO; Kyara Kahakawila, of L.A. Limousine; Jorge Sanchez of Hermes Worldwide; and Anthony Solombrino of Dav El Chauffeured Transportation Network. The session is generously sponsored by GroundWidgets.

The new panel will address common themes including a need to change the culture of limo business. As the nature of the industry moves from one that was predominantly entrepreneurial, short-term focused, and based on relationships, it is now becoming more structured and inviting outside input to help plan for the long-term.

For more information, go to www.lcteast.com.

Get connected with the LCT Fast 40 on their Facebook page.

Related Topics: company culture, industry trends, LCTFast40, LCT-NLA Show East, mobile technology

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