The event will give business professionals the chance to learn from influential leaders like Richard Branson, Jack Welch and Barbara Corcoran as well as participate in an unparalleled networking experience
Online PR News – 14-July-2012 – New York City, NY – NetCom Learning, the innovative leader in IT, business and executive training to companies, individuals, and government agencies is gearing up for the World Business Forum, which it is co-promoting with HSM. The event is scheduled to feature influential leaders like Richard Branson, Jack Welch and Barbara Corcoran, but today NetCom Learning CEO Russell Sarder released six more reasons why attending the World Business Forum at Radio City Music Hall in New York City could be beneficial.
Sarder said the first reason is that the World Business Forum is the biggest and most trusted event of its kind in the world. Previous speakers have included former President Bill Clinton and former Vice President Al Gore. The program is also well designed, covering a variety of areas like leadership, entrepreneurship, business strategy and high performance, which is the second reason Sarder believes it’s a worthwhile event. It’s also an excellent business opportunity, Sarder said, explaining that he’s closed a couple of major business deals through the people he met at the event.
Not only does the event provide some great business opportunities, it’s also a business improvement opportunity. “I have learned many great lessons through this forum that I have applied to NetCom Learning in order to grow this company,” Sarder said of the fourth reason why he encourages professionals to attend.
Of course, all those opportunities for business learning and making business connections go hand in hand with the networking experience the event presents, which is the fifth reason why Sarder highly recommends the event. Attendees have the chance to network with more than 6000 c-level people and decision makers.
Finally and most importantly, the event is a learning opportunity. Presenters like Jack Welch, Jim Collins and Michael Porter were all mentors for Sarder in the creation of his book Learning: Steps to Becoming a Passionate Lifelong Learner. Each year’s speakers are highly successful leaders in their fields and highly sought-after presenters.
The World Business Forum is set for Oct. 2-3 at the Radio City Music Hall in New York City. Tickets are now available. Purchase the NetCom Learning Package and receive admission to the World Business Forum and an exclusive invitation to the NetCom Learning Cocktail Reception, where attendees can network and make business contacts with some of the leaders in the business world. The NetCom Learning Package also includes refreshments during the event, free access to Microsoft Office eLearning courses via Learning GG, the free book: Learning: Steps to Becoming a Passionate Lifelong Learner by Russell Sarder, and a Gift of Learning—$500 toward NetCom Learning Training Packages.
To learn more about attending the World Business Forum, a platform to expand, to connect, to unite, to distribute and multiply ideas, visit http://www.netcomlearning.com/wbf/World_business_forum_New_York_2012.phtml
About Russell Sarder
An entrepreneur who inherited his passion for lifelong learning from his parents in Bangladesh, Russell Sarder founded NetCom in 1998 and has since built it into a multimillion dollar learning company. Sarder is the author of Effective Learning Methods and Learning: Steps to Becoming a Passionate Lifelong Learner, and a sought-after spokesperson on topics of learning culture and business management. As a motivational speaker, Sarder has been featured in numerous print publications, including the Daily News and the New York Times, while his television appearances include CBS MarketWatch, Yahoo Finance and NY1. Sarder was selected a winner of the 2011 Top Ten Asian American Business Awards.
About NetCom Learning
NetCom Learning is an innovative leader in IT, business and executive training to companies, individuals, and government agencies. Since its inception in 1998, NetCom Learning has trained over 80 percent of the Fortune 100, serviced over 45,500 business customers, and advanced the skills of more than 71,000 professionals through hands-on, expert-led training, with the organization maintaining an average instructor evaluation score of 8.6 out of 9. NetCom Learning was recognized by Microsoft Corporation as its Worldwide Training Partner of the Year and named twice to Inc. Magazine's list of fastest growing private companies in America. The organization was also recently named to the 2011 IT Training Companies Watch List by TrainingIndustry.com and was named "Company of the Year" by the American Business Awards.
The purpose of NetCom Learning is to promote the values of lifelong learning.