This Week in St. Louis Business

St Louis Post-Dispatch (MO), March 14, 1994 | Go to article overview

This Week in St. Louis Business


CONVENTIONS

(Estimated attendance in parentheses.)

Missouri Restaurant Association - Through Tuesday, Holiday Inn-Convention Center. (20,000)

Environmental Protection Agency - Today through Wednesday, Adam's Mark Hotel. (350)

Department of Veteran Affairs - Tuesday through Friday, Adam's Mark Hotel. (120)

Correctional Medical Systems - Management Training - Tuesday through Monday, March 21, Hampton Inn-Westport. (15

Pi Sigma Epsilon - Wed.-Sun., Regal Riverfront Hotel. (700).

Mary Kay Cosmetics Inc. - Thur.-Sat., Hyatt Regency Hotel at Union Station. (1,500)

National Council For International Visitors - Thurs.-Sat., Hyatt Regency Hotel. (350)

International Credit Association - District 7 - Thurs.-Sun., Marriott Pavilion Hotel. (125)

American Mensa - Fri.-Sun., Airport Hilton Hotel. (200)

Amway - Stewart & Associates - Friday through Sunday, Adam's Mark Hotel. (4,000)

Association Of Asphalt Paving Technologists - Friday through March 23, Regal Riverfront. (310)

MEETINGS

Institute of Management Accountants - 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, Cheshire Inn, 6306 Clayton Road. Jerry McAdams, vice president-performance improvement resources for Maritz Inc., speaks on "Organizational Development through People." Information: Patrick Doyle, 889-8120.

St. Louis Quality Assurance Association - 4 p.m. Tuesday, Anheuser Busch Inc. Consultant Beverly Hundley, president of RHSociates International Management Consultants, speaks on "Instilling Quality in Project Management." Information: Gary Arnold, 444-4253.

Society of Logistics Engineers - 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, Yacovelli's Restaurant, 407 Dunn Road. Chuck Whitmer, group director of Ryder Dedicated Logistics Services, speaks on "Transportation Logistics Capabilities." Information: Don Spiegel, 281-1175 or Bob Merritt, 234-2614.

Association for Systems Management - Data Processing Management Association - 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, Sheraton Westport Inn. Larry Hendershot, manager-business solutions for Storage Technology Corp. of Denver, speaks on Information Technology and the Global Marketplace." Information: 569-3113 or Cindy Byrne, 525-5748.

Clinic Managers Association of Metropolitan St. Louis - 11:30 a.m. Tuesday, Frontenac Hilton Hotel. Meeting on the topic of "Risk Management." Information: John Akscin, 618-236-1000.

Legal Secretaries Association - 6 p.m. Tuesday, Media Club, Laclede Gas building, 720 Olive Street. U.S. District Court Magistrate Mary Ann Medler speaks on the "New Federal Rules of Civil Procedure." Call Sandra Compton, 259-2407.

Delta Alpha Nu - 6 p.m. Wednesday, Joe Hanon's Restaurant, Dorsett Road at I-270. Special Agent C. James Christie of the U.S. Department of Justice-FBI, speaks on "Interstate Theft." Information: Roger Meyer, 618-797-0870.

National Association of Business Economists - 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, Radisson Hotel-Clayton. Steve Fazzari, associate professor of economics at Washington University, speaks on "Investment, Finance and Macroeconomics" for the 1994 Howard Perez Lecture. Information: Mary Peterson, 721-4747.

Human Resources Management Association of Greater St. Louis - 5 p.m. Wednesday, University Club, 1034 South Brentwood Boulevard. Sandra O'Neal, principal and national practice leader for Towers Perrin, speaks on "New Pay: Trends and Issues in Employment Compensation." Call Ann, 487-2620.

International Facility Management Association - 5:15 p.m. Wednesday, Pet Inc., 400 South 4th Street. Christin Grant, research fellow at the Center for Ergonomics at the University of Michigan, speaks on "Ergonomics." Information: Karen Shymanski, 487-7725.

Society of Competitive Intelligence Professionals - 11:30 a.m. Wednesday, The Gatesworth at One McKnight Place, Colonnade Room.

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