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Building employee benefit “knowledge hubs” with Alex Dampf

Stories from the C|SUITE

Join us each month as we learn the “WHY” stories of successful business professionals.

What makes them different, what is their genius story and what is in their heart. 

Plus, learn a few networking tip along the way. Hacks that should help you grow professionally, skills that can help you get ahead and more.

This month we will hear from our friend Alex Dampf  owner of Oakmont Benefits Group.

Meet our Guest

Most employers have lived the same story for over a decade now. Costs of benefits go up and the quality of the benefits go down. The results have been inflating healthcare costs, unhappy employees and an unsustainable model that's squeezing business owners. Savvy employers have begun to look for creative solutions outside of the typical healthcare packages offered. They've found they can reject the status quo and opt into new models that provide better care while reducing costs. My mission is to gather Nashville's CEOs, CFOs, CHROs and have open discussions around what's working in healthcare as well as creating a safe haven to share insights around how their colleagues are introducing new and better approaches. I do this through events I hold throughout Nashville, connections I make and consultations I make around new approaches to healthcare.

Meet our producer

A Boutique Audio Agency that creates, produces & mixes custom audio content for Artists, Brands & Agencies.

UnStuck Business Conference

Join us for our third annual UnStuck conference.

Meet our sponsor

Are tired of dealing with the health insurance monster?

WHAT TO DO - Business Networking Guide

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