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Growing Your Business
May 10, 2012 @ 02:35 PM | By Tonya Hottmann

Looking to revitalize your company’s growth?

Today’s economy presents a whole new set of obstacles for business owners, often making it difficult to remain focused on a daily basis. In the midst of all of this challenge and change, it’s important to take a step back and reflect on what will and will not work within your organization.

For business owners who are willing to take on a creative and innovative approach to building their business, there are still plenty of growth opportunities available. Implementation of a single tip or tactic often creates a turning point, steering your business down the road to success.

Join Mark LeBlanc on Wednesday, May 16, at 1:00 PM Eastern for a free webinar where he’ll reveal turning points, as well as some keen insights, observations and sound strategies that will make or break your business.

During this hour long webinar, you will learn how to:

  • Put more money in your pocket
  • Position yourself for higher fees
  • Create a marketing plan that gets you booked
  • Set up a system for staying focused on a daily basis

Register now >>

About the Speaker
Mark LeBlanc, president of Small Business Success, is a member of Master Speaker International and former president of the National Speakers Association. Mark now speaks and writes on the street-smart strategies for achieving in times of challenge and change.

Mark’s comprehensive, one-of-a-kind, business philosophy offers the perfect blend of wisdom, strategies and ideas that can be implemented immediately. Mark owns several companies and has also authored the books Growing Your Business!, a how-to for business owners looking to sell more products and services, and Never Be the Same, a self-management and leadership guide.

Tonya Hottmann imageTonya Hottmann is the director of marketing at InterCall, responsible for small business marketing. Before joining InterCall, Tonya ran a boutique marketing consulting firm for 10 years. An avid baseball fan, she enjoys reading, traveling, exercising and spending summer days at the beach.

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