Relationship ROI – Winning Strategies For Your Business

Relationship ROI – Winning Strategies For Your Business
Event on 2014-10-21 08:30:00

Welcome to the 3rd Annual KLSBEC Bridges to Better Business Event:

Bridges to Better Business is an interactive approach to addressing the various issues and challenges business owners experience on a daily basis.

Hosted annually by the Kawartha Lakes Small Business & Entrepreneurship Centre, this unique forum brings together businesses in various stages of development for an open exchange of ideas, advice, and feedback through the guidance of facilitators and mentors.

2014 Conference Features: Relationship ROI – Winning Strategies For Your BusinessBridges to Better Business is an interactive approach to addressing the various issues and challenges business owners experience on a daily basis. – See more at: http://sbcentre.ca/service-details.php?Bridges+to+Better+Business-13#sthash.vGGV9mKm.dpufConference Features:
Bridges to Better Business is an interactive approach to addressing the various issues and challenges business owners experience on a daily basis. – See more at: http://sbcentre.ca/service-details.php?Bridges+to+Better+Business-13#sthash.vGGV9mKm.dpufBridges to Better Business is an interactive approach to addressing the various issues and challenges business owners experience on a daily basis. – See more at: http://sbcentre.ca/service-details.php?Bridges+to+Better+Business-13#sthash.vGGV9mKm.dpuf

Keynote Address – Stephanie Hererra

What is so fun about small business?  Stephanie Hererra brings humour to everything she does.  Stephanie  has been working professionally in the arts for over ten years including film, TV and theatre.  She has been teaching the art of improv to both children and adults since 2002.  As the founder of Durhum Improv Stephanie writes and produces Interactive Dinner Theatre shows and was nominated for an Art of Transition award for Best Entertainer.  Stephanie draws from a lifetime of experiences as an actor, entertainer, entrepreneur and mother.

Relationship ROI – Nikki Pett – Signa Promotions Inc.

The questions is…What do people really want from us? Nikki Pett, author, speaker, passionate trainer and philanthropist entered the world of sales and marketing 12 years ago.  Emerged in a 'hit and run' mentality training she felt that these marketing techniques just didn't fit her personality.  Nikki went on to start her own promotional marketing company in 2002 and has built her business solely on personal relationships and referrals. She practices what she preaches.

Nikki has been recognized within her industry with four prestigious Image Awards for creative marketing campaigns using relationship marketing concepts.

Social Media ROI – Sue Sutcliffe – Top Ten Tricks To Upping Your Game

Back by popular demand!  Sue Sutcliffe, founder of AWEBthatWORKS, is always a step ahead of the game, using her discoveries to give small business clients cutting-edge performance on the Internet. While at the same time, making clients aware that a company’s reputation can be quickly judged in a good or bad light based on their online presence. AWEBthatWOKS started building websites before most people even knew what they were. When search engines and Google rankings first hit the market, Sue mastered search engine optimization. When Facebook became the craze, Sue showed savvy business people how to leverage social media to extend their networks. Noted speaker, web coach and social media strategist, Sue surfs the waves and explores the frontiers of cyberspace. Sue believes it’s not what you’ve got but what you do with it that matters.

Funding & Services Panel Discussion

Through this Q&A find out what government supported financing options and other services are available and connect to local resources to enhance your business.  The challenge facing most businesses is how to find and take advantage of what is out there.  We will hear about programs and services from Community Futures Development Corporation, Business Development Bank of Canada, Futurpreneur Canada, VCCS and KLSBEC.  There is money out there!Government funding programs can help small companies tackle financing barriers so they can achieve growth and prosper. Whether the requirement is working capital, expanding the business, software or hardware investment or purchasing equipment, there are many creative ways to approach financing to solve innovation challenges. – See more at: http://www.mentorworks.ca/what-we-offer/government-funding/#sthash.mjY2ewhM.dpufThe challenge facing most businesses is how to find and take advantage of what is out there. Most business owners receive financing through banking institutions. However, funding resources are available to small businesses from both the provincial and federal levels of government. Canadian small business grants and other government programs and resources are increasing their penetration in Southern Ontario, since the formation of the Economic Action Plan – all to the advantage of businesses. – See more at: http://www.mentorworks.ca/what-we-offer/government-funding/#sthash.mjY2ewhM.dpufThe challenge facing most businesses is how to find and take advantage of what is out there. Most business owners receive financing through banking institutions. However, funding resources are available to small businesses from both the provincial and federal levels of government. Canadian small business grants and other government programs and resources are increasing their penetration in Southern Ontario, since the formation of the Economic Action Plan – all to the advantage of businesses. – See more at: http://www.mentorworks.ca/what-we-offer/government-funding/#sthash.mjY2ewhM.dpuf The challenge facing most businesses is how to find and take advantage of what is out there. Most business owners receive financing through banking institutions. However, funding resources are available to small businesses from both the provincial and federal levels of government. Canadian small business grants and other government programs and resources are increasing their penetration in Southern Ontario, since the formation of the Economic Action Plan – all to the advantage of businesses. – See more at: http://www.mentorworks.ca/what-we-offer/government-funding/#sthash.mjY2ewhM.dpufThe challenge facing most businesses is how to find and take advantage of what is out there. Most business owners receive financing through banking institutions. However, funding resources are available to small businesses from both the provincial and federal levels of government. Canadian small business grants and other government programs and resources are increasing their penetration in Southern Ontario, since the formation of the Economic Action Plan – all to the advantage of businesses. – See more at: http://www.mentorworks.ca/what-we-offer/government-funding/#sthash.mjY2ewhM.dpufThe challenge facing most businesses is how to find and take advantage of what is out there. Most business owners receive financing through banking institutions. However, funding resources are available to small businesses from both the provincial and federal levels of government. Canadian small business grants and other government programs and resources are increasing their penetration in Southern Ontario, since the formation of the Economic Action Plan – all to the advantage of businesses. – See more at: http://www.mentorworks.ca/what-we-offer/government-funding/#sthash.mjY2ewhM.dpufThe challenge facing most businesses is how to find and take advantage of what is out there. Most business owners receive financing through banking institutions. However, funding resources are available to small businesses from both the provincial and federal levels of government. Canadian small business grants and other government programs and resources are increasing their penetration in Southern Ontario, since the formation of the Economic Action Plan – all to the advantage of businesses. – See more at: http://www.mentorworks.ca/what-we-offer/government-funding/#sthash.mjY2ewhM.dpuf

Tradeshow and NetworkingThe challenge facing most businesses is how to find and take advantage of what is out there. Most business owners receive financing through banking institutions. However, funding resources are available to small businesses from both the provincial and federal levels of government. Canadian small business grants and other government programs and resources are increasing their penetration in Southern Ontario, since the formation of the Economic Action Plan – all to the advantage of businesses. – See more at: http://www.mentorworks.ca/what-we-offer/government-funding/#sthash.mjY2ewhM.dpuf

Display your business at the Tradeshow. A limited number of tradeshow tables are available at a cost of .00.  A conference ticket must also be purchased along with the tradeshow table. Tables may be shared by a maximum of 2 businesses. 

 For further details contact the KLSBEC at 705-324-9411 ext. 1283

at Admiral Inn
1754 Hwy 7
Lindsay, Canada

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