New York Enterprise Report presents the 2011 Sales & Marketing Playbook Conference

 

playbookIf you are in either sales or marketing or both, you may be interested in this upcoming conference hosted by the New York Enterprise Report. Called, the Sales & Marketing Playbook, the ½ day conference looks like a winner. It will be held on October 12 from 8 am to 12:30 pm at the Crest Hollow Country Club in Woodbury. And the best part is, it’s only $25 for my readers and friends. (It’s normally $50.)

Before I get into the details on how you can get this discount, let me tell you a little about the event.

For starters, check out these breakout sessions:

Getting Buyers to Your Website
Speaker:
Andrew Hazen, Founder, Prime Visibility

Social Media Marketing Made Simple
Speaker:
Ellen DePasquale, Regional Development Director, Constant Contact

Successful Cold Calling Strategies
Speaker: Jeremy Rawitz, President, Sales Strategy Corp.

Building an Audience with Online Initiatives
Speaker:
Hilary Topper, Founder, HJMT Communications

Increasing Sales in a Challenging Economy
Speaker:
Jeff Goldberg, Jeff Goldberg & Associates, Author of How to Be Your Own Coach, Six Simple Questions for Achieving Your Goals

Getting Repeat Business & Referrals with Email Marketing
Speaker: Ellen DePasquale
, Regional Development Director, Constant Contact

Okay, okay, yes, I’m speaking there and I know you can learn a lot from me. But the other folks speaking really have a wealth of information too. I’ve heard most of them before and they definitely share some valuable information.

If you are on Long Island or if there is easy access, why don’t you join us? You will get a lot of value for your money!

REGISTER NOW
nyreport.com/playbook DISCOUNT CODE NYER50

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