Saturday, January 21, 2012
On February 7, learn how to achieve more sales, more growth, and better teamwork in "Recalibrating Your Business GPS: Finding a Productive Direction - Fast!" with business growth strategist Bill Ringle.
Philadelphia, PA, January 21, 2012 - Like a ship without a rudder, businesses without a well-tuned, accurate, and powerful GPS get lost or sink. Bill Ringle will lead a half-day seminar on "Recalibrating Your Business GPS: Finding a Productive Direction - Fast!" on February 7, 2012 at the Laurence A. Baiada Center for Entrepreneurship at Drexel University’s Main Campus in Philadelphia, PA.
A strong economy masks inefficient systems for profitable business growth; to a large degree, start-ups and established small businesses can get by with "networking" and "referrals" when deal flow is strong. Even multimillion-dollar businesses may employ only a small fraction of the means available for acquiring new business and achieving growth. However, in a turbulent economy like we've experienced in the United States since 2008, it takes more to grow effectively. You've got to tune in to what your customers want and need, establish multiple methods of being strategically visible, and be faster than your competition to respond to requests and fulfill promises. That's where understanding how your Business GPS works comes into play.
This seminar is designed to equip participants with three powerful tools to recalibrate your Business GPS: one to find and engage qualified buyers faster, one to align your team around building stronger relationships with prospects and clients, and one to support stronger communications among your team.
"Small business is still the engine for economic growth in this country, hiring about 65% of the new jobs in the last 5 years, while corporations have largely been reducing the size of their workforces. With the simple tools and distinctions covered in this program, small businesses can stand out in their fields, attract more business, and sustain that growth over time. Because the rocky economy has conditioned most people to pull back on spending, it creates big opportunities for growth without spending a lot of money on marketing," says business growth strategist and seminar leader Bill Ringle. "The foundation of business is the strength of your relationships, both inside and outside the organization. By knowing the specific elements of your Business GPS, you will be in a better position to lead your company to growth in the weeks and months ahead."
Bill Ringle is a nationally known business expert who presents keynotes and seminars on the proven practices of sustainable business growth to associations and business groups. Over 425 of his articles have been published in eNewsletters, web sites, and professional journals, and he has contributed to or authored four published books. He is the former Internet Program Manager for Worldwide Training with Apple, Inc. Ringle serves on privately held company and not-for-profit association boards. He is the former chair of Mid-Atlantic Diamond Venture (MADV), where he prepared and connected hundreds of emerging growth, high tech entrepreneurs to angel investors, and facilitated over $200 MM in early stage investments. Ringle is an alumnus of both Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and Drexel University.
Visit http://www.AskBillRingle.com/GPS-seminar for more details.
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