Learn networking skills from successful business trainer, mentor, speaker, consultant and author Kennedy Imuere
Online PR News – 16-July-2010 – – London, Starting up your own business is a massively exciting prospect, but if you’re on your own it can quickly seem daunting. If you are struggling to make an impact and looking for an easy way in, then the SBC Marketing team has the perfect solution!
Networking and marketing expert Kennedy Imuere, director of SBC Marketing Ltd, is offering a workshop to help you shine at business networking events (http://howtoshineatnetworkingevent.eventbrite.com) . This fun packed workshop will help you learn the strategies and ideas that will turn you into a networking guru.
YOU WILL LEARN HOW TO:
- Break the ice with potential business contacts
- Seven top conversation starter techniques
- The best way to “work the room”
- Build relationships with the movers and shakers in your sector
- Follow up contacts and relationships
- What are the right questions (and when to ask them)
- Get the most out of your networking events
Kennedy Imuere is a brilliant trainer and dynamic speaker, able to convey the simple methods for successful networking in a way that is clear, easy to understand and can be quickly put to use.
When is it?
Thursday, September 23rd, 2010 at 6:00pm
Where is it?
4 Star Novotel Hotel Waterloo
113 Lambeth Road
£67 but early bird £57 before August 13th 2010
All material and light refreshment included.
Book Now (http://howtoshineatnetworkingevent.eventbrite.com)
For more information, please contact:
Phone 0845 055 9125
Text 0795 824 7032
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About SBC Marketing Ltd
SBC Marketing has developed and constructed training programs for small- to medium-sized businesses and individuals throughout London and beyond. We strive to help with all aspects of running a business successfully through workshops and seminars, as well as bespoke consultancy and training programmes. We use face-to-face, internet, email and distance learning to help individuals and businesses to do what they do better.