Sharpen Your Edge!

Feb. 12, 2014  8:00 – 10:00 AM
Marriott Hotel, 28 Day Hill Road, Windsor, CT

EVENT SCHEDULE
8:00 – 8:30 AM
- Registration & FREE Continental Breakfast
8:30 – 10:00 AM
- Seminar

Attend this FREE presentation and establish
a competitive advantage for 2014

REGISTER BY CLICKING HERE

Click HERE to Download a Printable Flier

DSCN0248 CROPPEDFor the first time ever, Duane Cashin and Bill Corbett take the stage to help New England business leaders, sales professionals and buyers by sharing the “new business reality” for getting the attention of new potential customers and crafting a more thoughtful and strategic approach for using Web 2.0.  The results will be a pipeline filled with new and reoccurring business.  In this high energy presentation you will gain insight into the following:

  • The 5 critical components necessary when establishing credibility and trust for the purpose of gaining a competitive edge.
  • How to leverage your business insight and impress your prospects and customers.
  • How to engage your customers online leveraging Linkedin recommendations, discussion groups and your profile.
  • Why referrals will take precedence over many forms of marketing and sales techniques in the future and how to get your fair share.
  • Harnessing the power of Twitter and Facebook to increase your referrals and leads.
  • Understand how your prospects and customers make buying decisions and shorten your sales cycle.
  • Launching a social media platform step-by-step and without adding staff or stress.
  • How to assess the personality style of your prospect and the adjustments needed to connect and establish rapport.
  • Mastering the art of listening on social media to gauge  and increase customer satisfaction.
  • Gaining a clear understanding of the “inner game”. Understand why it is imperative that you possess an unshakable level of self-confidence and a rock solid belief in the value of what you sell.
  • Youtube isn’t just for teenagers and funny cat videos; how to incorporate it into your business.

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Expect More Sell More Duane Cashin

Duane CashinABOUT DUANE CASHIN
Business Growth Speaker
With a focus on the areas of Leadership and Sales & Service, he helps his clients gain a distinct competitive advantage and increase top line revenues. Duane has a broad range of experience from building Presidents Club and Circle of Excellence award winning sales organizations in Fortune 500 companies to starting and profitably operating small entrepreneurial organizations. He founded and built a highly profitable event graphics company with their work being displayed at NFL Super Bowls, Winter Olympics, Radio City Music Hall, MTV Studios and Rockefeller Center. Duane’s sales organizations, and companies, consistently exceed revenue expectations.

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The 2.0 Entrepreneur by Bill Corbett

Bill CorbettABOUT BILL CORBETT
Web 2.0 Marketing Consultant
As a professional speaker, he delivers keynote speeches and training sessions across the U.S. to help his clients leverage Sales 2.0 strategies and grow top line revenues. Bill has built several successful businesses from the ground up using top-notch entrepreneurial techniques and Web 2.0 campaigns. He has thousands of followers and subscribers tuning in to his various social media channels and knows how to work it all to grow a platform of customers, clients and collaborators. He is a former talk radio show producer and host on the Clear Channel network, and currently produces two television shows as part of his own marketing plan.

Register Using the Link Above or HERE

For inquiries ONLY,
email Duane@DuaneCashin.com or call him at (860) 916-7081

Copyright 2013 Daune Cashin  |  Bill Corbett All Rights Reserved

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