What separates those entrepreneurs who fret about the economy and those who thrive in ANY economic situation? In this unique interview-style session, we'll learn about (and from) the renowned DC entrepreneur Michael Caggiano. Successes and failures will all be on the table as we ask Mike to share his most memorable experiences and lessons learned. We encourage each attendee to submit your questions in advance as well as during the program.
This is an amazing opportunity to learn from a business veteran who has used his uncommon business sense, unrelenting perseverance and humor to overcome all kinds of challenges to build multiple successful and profitable companies.
Mike Caggiano has started, bought or sold over thirty companies. He has owned and operated a minor league baseball team, affiliated with the New York Yankees, as well as two minor league professional hockey teams. From 1987 to 1993 he was the founder and publisher of the Washington Accountant and has often been quoted in many major media and publication outlets. Mike has also been a successful executive with notable companies such as Robert Half, Sallie Mae, and most recently RAFFA (in less than three years he has helped to double the size of the firm!) Mike has been a board member and/or a leadership participant in the Greater Washington Board of Trade, The Washington Redskins Leadership Council, The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society of America, the Potomac School of McLean, Kidsave and Women Thrive Worldwide.