The Greater Washington Board of Trade’s events provide regional executives opportunities to exchange ideas, make new connections and maintain business relationships.
- Economic Roundtables — These events provide a forum for senior-level leaders to discuss the state of Greater Washington’s regional business economy that covers a wide range of issues and provides an excellent ear to the ground on current conditions. Each attendee offers their views on their industry, business outlook and any emerging trends.
- Executive Breakfasts and Lunches — These intimate sessions provide the opportunity for senior-level executives to connect in meaningful ways. Attendees will learn more about the regional business community, by engaging in conversation on the economy and business in Greater Washington. We present a relaxed atmosphere where you will get a better sense of things in this market and meet several other business leaders.
- Executive Salon Dinners — These intimate dinners are excellent opportunities for top-level executives to connect with peers, hear from distinguished speakers, participate in thought-provoking discussions and enjoy delicious meals served in a very special setting.
- Board of Trade Annual Meeting — A tradition since 1889, the Board of Trade Annual Meeting gathers its members of the Greater Washington business community to recognize the accomplishments of the year and provide a forecast for the year ahead.
- Mid-Winter Dinner — Widely regarded as the premier business event of the year, the Mid-Winter Dinner continues its tradition of top-notch networking with those who get business done in Greater Washington. There are no speeches. There are countless opportunities to connect with colleagues. This black-tie, member-only gala attracts top business and community leaders along with regional elected officials.
- Fall Business Classic — Held at our region’s most unique venues, this elegant reception provides prime networking and business development opportunities. This autumn business event attracts over 500 business and civic leaders. Previous locations have included Renwick Gallery, Mount Vernon, the U.S. Institute of Peace, the Newseum, the National Museum of American History, Anderson House and the hidden gardens at the Omni Shoreham Hotel.
For questions about registration or to confirm your member code, contact email@example.com.
For more information about Board of Trade signature events, contact Ashley Balis Desing at 202.857.5920.
For more information or to arrange sponsorship of any of the following events, contact Christine Salvador at 202.857.5923.