In "Getting Paid," e4e partner Brian Rogers explains how to avoid bad debt and the importance of managing the three steps of customer relationships.
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"Better to Have Money in Your Pocket than Uncle Sam's" is the e4e December 2016 LIVE Showcase Presentation by John Brandvein. John explains different ways to hold on to more of your income by avoiding taxes, fees, and penalties. Following his presentation, John takes questions from the audience.
"Wisdom from your HR Partner--Recruit like a Pro!" is the e4e December 2016 RUN Showcase Presentation by Lisa Oxenhandler. Lisa presents a seven step method to finding and hiring the right candidate for a job opening. After her presentation, Lisa takes questions from the audience.
"Strengthen Your Business’s IT Competence" is the e4e December 2016 GROW Showcase Presentation by Jared Peno. Jared defines potential risks in IT security, identifies methods to prevent systems from being hacked and informs us how to make and implement a plan to protect and recover from an IT attack. After his presentation, Jared takes questions from the audience.
Digital marketing automation expert Will Hanke leads a discussion panel, including Tom Ruwitch and Brian Rogers, that recommends Customer Relationship Management (CRM) systems used by the panelists. Will, Tom and Brian each present a CRM which they use and discuss the advantages of the chosen system. Following their presentations, the panel takes questions from the […]
Nationally known tax professional Andy Magnus reminds us that taxes can be our "friend." With great insight and lots of humor, he helps to decode the tax code, and he offers tips on how to approach tax management for your business.
Marketing and sales expert Richard Terry explains how he "gets personal" with his prospects and clients to help him grow his business. This approach has helped him grow his business 27 percent over three years. He shares unique and innovative strategies and tactics that you can apply to grow your business.
Marketing communications expert Caren Libby leads a panel discussion on professional networking. Caren, Brian Lunt, Bill Prenatt, Karen Hoffman and Mark Brimer discuss their approaches to networking and how they leverage their connections to advance not only their own businesses, but also to help others in their networks.