Are you looking for surefire small business growth strategies that are working in the new economy? Then donâ€™t miss the Relationship Marketing 2.0 Business Bootcamp taking place in Henderson on Wednesday, March 12, from 10:00 a.m.â€“2:00 p.m. at #Hashtag.
Johnny Schrunk, author, speaker, serial entrepreneur, and business consultant is going to reveal “Surefire Small Business Growth Strategies that are working in the New Economy.” This enthusiastic and results driven presentation targets “The 78%”; the percentage of small businesses that are responsible for driving our economy. Johnny is going to share “What’s Working Now” including an “eye-opening” session on “Psychology vs. Technology” and why so many business owners are focusing on the wrong marketing. His real-world approach is focused on providing hi-level value and giving you ready-to-use strategies that you can immediately start implementing.
In this session you’ll walk away with:
The latest digital marketing strategies that are working (and the costly ones to avoid). This session will include an overview of Website Marketing, Email marketing, Video Marketing, Social Media Marketing, and “How to Get Ranked on Google Ahead of Your Competition.” Presentation topics include:
- Relationship Marketing 2.0 (What’s the Value of your Network?)
- Traditional Advertising vs. New Media Marketing (ROI Revealed)
- Marketing vs. Business Development (Ethical Persuasion vs. Selling)
- Case Studies – Live examples for common industries
If you arenâ€™t able to stay for the entire event, you can still benefit through the Lunch Keynote “How to Position Yourself as The Leading Authority in Your Marketplace.”
Space is limited for this event so contact the Henderson Chamber of Commerce today for more information and to reserve your seat by calling (402) 723-4228 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.Â Additional information is also available at www.HendersonNE.com/bootcamp.
This event is sponsored by the Henderson Chamber of Commerce and produced through a JOBS Grant from the Federal Home Loan Bank of Topeka.
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