Attend our Business Heroes Miami Chapter meeting November 15th in Coral Gables. We are bringing innovative online marketing best practices, exclusive content and small business networking to the entrepreneurial community. Running a business is hard enough. Why do it alone???
Chapter meeting topic:
Networking: The Power of Effective, Automated Follow Up
Face-to-face networking, done right, is great way to meet future clients and grow your business. The key is - it must be done right. And that means it includes:
- effective, consistent follow up,
- a process for staying top-of-mind with the people you meet,
- a methodology for educating new contacts on what you do,
- requesting referrals which typically become your best clients.
Join us for this very practical presentation explaining how to use marketing automation to complement the networking you do, growing your span of influence and making the most of the time you invest.
Our chapter leader and the host for our meeting is Jorge Lazaro Diaz, president and founder of Larry Jacob Internet Marketing. If you have any questions, please feel free to reach him directly at (305)938-0634 x28. You can also reach him via his website at www.LarryJacob.com
What is Business Heroes?
Entrepreneurs, business owners or those looking to start a business are gathering in cities across the U.S. and across the globe. They are looking to:
- share the latest online marketing best practices,
- learn the strategies and tactics that work best for small businesses,
- take in exclusive content for growing your business made available only to Business Heroes chapters.
The program is provided free of charge by Infusionsoft, but you don't have to be an Infusionsoft user to attend and take away some big benefits.
Wed., Nov 15, 5:30pm to 8pm
2000 Ponce de Leon Blvd, 5th Floor, Coral Gables, FL 33134
5:30 to 6:00 Networking
6:00 to 7:30 Presentation
7:30 to 8:00 Wine and Cheese
FREE of Charge thanks to our sponsors
"Refreshing and worthy of my time investment"
I showed up to my first event not knowing what to expect. I left with several new connections and follow-up action steps. It was refreshing to get into conversations with other business owners in different business life cycles, but all faced with similar issues.
Greg Wood, CFO Alliance
Running a business is hard enough. Why do it alone?