Seminar to help you build a successful business Seminar to help you build a successful business

Are you interested in growing a successful, profitable business in 2015 that still gives you freedom and puts you back in control? Would you like to discover simple steps to put in place to make rapid, scalable growth possible and allow your business to run at maximum performance?

If so, do not miss next week’s free workshop in Ballybane Enterprise Centre on Thursday November 27.

Presented by James Martin, digital business strategist with TeamLife Training, the seminar is aimed at ambitious startups, business owners, internet entrepreneurs, business consultants and mentors.

This targeted seminar will provide participants with simple automation strategies which will reduce administration costs while generating more leads, more time and more profit in their business.

Attendees will learn how to set up their online world to simplify their workday, saving a huge amount of time and closing sales. They will understand how to implement effective business growth systems that makes scaling-up smooth and natural while at the same time delivering a very personalized, consistent service to a growing volume of customers.

“The focus of the seminar is to help small businesses succeed,” says Mr Martin.

“We will explore proven, effective and affordable tools to automate your sales and marketing regardless on whether your turnover is 30k, 300k or 3million.”

“The true purpose of this seminar is to substitute laborious effort with a digital strategy that can accelerate your business growth even while you sleep,” he continued.

“Being a business owner was meant to give you freedom. Business owners should be asking themselves when will they take that freedom back and create that balance between work and play,” he concluded.

The seminar will commence at 7.30pm and finish at 9pm. Attendance is free but advance booking is essential. Please contact Geraldine or Noirin on 091 386 004 to register your place.

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