Next week on Tuesday, November 19th the Tri-Cities Hispanic Chamber and the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory are teaming up to host entrepreneur Richard Tait at their November luncheon.
Tait, who has won numerous awards, will speak about how he's reaching the Hispanic market, the soccer community, and the wine community through creative business models and products.
He is best known as the co-founder of the popular game Cranium which he later sold to Hasbro and the new sports drink Golazo.
"Richard has started probably ten companies or more now in his career and we're trying to grow the entrepreneur culture in the Tri-Cities so this is a great way for Tri-Citians to find out what real entrepreneurs are like and how they did it," said Gary Spanner, event organizer.
For more information about the meeting visit www.TriCitiesHCC.org