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Boardroom Advisory Group, LLC Announces Affiliation with Caleb Van Voorhis, Executive Advisor

Boardroom Advisory Group, LLC, a unique provider of executive branding services, announced in May that Caleb Van Voorhis has become an affiliate of the company as a Executive Advisor of Video Production. Caleb has a strong track record producing video at notable companies such as The Walt Disney Company and Red Bull.

“Caleb has demonstrated consistent value results for his clients. He brings powerful experience with video concept and production planning, hands-on video shoots and post-production editing,” said Steve Driben, Boardroom Advisory Group Executive Advisor. “With the foundation of the company hinged on industry and subject matter experts, Caleb brings with him in-depth HD video production expertise with Adobe CC and Cinema 4D animation software.”

Mr. Van Voorhis’s success includes helping his clients create a vision and story they would like to tell through video to engage the viewer and increase brand awareness. Van Voorhis’s video productions include promotional videos, commercials, and informational video tutorials.

“As a small company, Boardroom Advisory Group provides me the tools to position Van Voorhis Productions as a top notch video production company. It is important for us to demonstrate the professional quality of our services,” said Van Voorhis. “Video production is an ever-expanding industry and with so many companies to choose from, being part of an exclusive advisory group will help me grow my business”.

About Boardroom Advisory Group

Boardroom Advisory Group, LLC helps experts and executives position themselves as an authority in their respective industry to strengthen credibility and communicate value to accelerate growth of a business and personal brand. Through its combination of professional service offerings, custom web-landing pages, industry-specific content, meaningful HD video interviews and an invitation-only network of like-minded experts, Boardroom Advisory Group communicates strength, authority and the fact that when an executive advisor is hired, they will perform as expected.

Economists, Real Estate Professionals to Examine 2017 Charlotte Outlook

How might the energy sector and the recent volatility in the markets impact the local real estate market? Which specific markets are primed for short- and long-term growth? What financing opportunities and challenges remain?

These are among the potential topics to be discussed by a panel of experts at the tenth annual Outlook on the Commercial Real Estate Market forum, sponsored by the accounting firm of GreerWalker LLP and the law firm of Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP.

“In addition to the event’s networking benefits, the forum is an excellent venue to hear the diverse opinions on the state of the industry from a unique group of panelists and connect with local industry leaders,” said GreerWalker Partner Jonathan McLester, who will welcome the gathering and introduce speakers at the event, expected to attract over 350 attendees.

Sean Coghlan, director of investor research at Jones Lang LaSalle, will begin the evening with an economic overview of the real estate market, with a focus on the Carolinas. Frank Arado, a partner in Katten’s Real Estate practice, will then moderate an in-depth panel discussion about the local market outlook with real estate and economic experts. The panel includes Coghlan, who provides macro and micro market analytics and strategies; Chris Thomas, retail partner at Childress Klein who is responsible for the development, marketing and leasing of retail real estate projects in the Carolinas; and Robert Verrone, principal of Iron Hound Management Company, LLC, who brings more than two decades of experience in the commercial real estate industry.

“We look forward to providing the Charlotte business community with a thought-provoking discussion that will encompass a range of commercial real estate issues, from fewer financing restrictions to receding unemployment levels,” said Arado. “As we begin 2016, it’s important to fully examine the impact of the real estate industry on our regional economy.”