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MORGANTOWN, W.Va.– Registration is now open for the 23rd annual "Teaming to Win" event, which will begin Tuesday, May 28 at 6 p.m. with a networking reception at the WVU Erickson Alumni Center in Morgantown and run through May 29 with keynote speakers, educational seminars, exhibit showcase, and the annual SBA Awards Banquet. 
 
On Wednesday, May 29, business development speaker Morris Morrison will kick things off with a keynote address designed to inspire people to position themselves for success. 
 
Morrison, a Fairmont native, uses his own personal story of "tough circumstances" to deliver a high-energy message of growth and success to a variety of corporate clients including the NBA, Pfizer, Pepsi, Bank of America, and the YMCA.
 
West Virginia University President James P. Clements and Dr. Anthony Cugini, Director of the National Energy Technology Laboratory, will also address participants.
 
Training and informational sessions on topics of interest to small business are scheduled, drawings for giveaways will be held, and exhibits will be open throughout the day.  Teaming to Win is pleased to partner with SBA again this year to for the 2013 Small Business Awards, to be presented the evening of Wednesday, May 29. 
 
A premier event for more than two decades, Teaming to Win is designed to serve West Virginia's business community, foster collaboration, and highlight the unique competencies of the many regional companies and individuals in attendance.  The conference incorporates trade show exhibits, corporate presentations, business counseling sessions, keynote speakers, and other activities.  
 
A complete agenda is available on the event website at www.teamingtowin.org.
 
TechConnect West Virginia is partnering with "Teaming to Win" on the conference since both organizations have complementary economic development missions.
 
Conference registration is now open.  Visit www.teamingtowin.org to register.
 
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