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Steven Kay's "Life Business and Money" Lunch & Learn
Hosted by the MainStreetChamber
Are you getting all the referrals you want for your business?
Do you get referrals predictably and consistently or by chance?
Business owners understand the value of referrals but they don't often have control over their referral business. Referral marketing is the most effective form of marketing for businesses with limited marketing budgets. If you are willing to invest the time to learn specific referral marketing strategies, tools, and techniques you can double, even triple your sales in months without spending additional marketing dollars.
Attend a two hour class on how to make referral marketing work for your business.
If you don't have a referral marketing plan for your business, this session is a must!
You will learn how to develop a strategic referral network, who should be in it, how to find them, and how to motivate those people to refer business to you.
This class will open your eyes to the possibilities of generating more sales in less time by doing business by relationship. Unless you can find more time and work harder than you already are, you can't afford to miss this class. You will learn some specific techniques that will enable you to really work smarter, not harder.
BONUS CLASS: The 10 Commandments of Networking a Mixer
Mixers by their very nature are unstructured events and the lack of structure causes many of us...well quite a bit of anxiety. Come find out how to demystify these events, develop a plan and walk into each Networking event going forward with TOTAL CONFIDENCE and leave with the ability to multiply your business!
Bertrand McHenry, President / Owner
Referral Institute Houston
Best Selling Author
"The Only Business Book You'll Ever Need"
"Business Builders Radio"
CBS Radio TALK 650AM
"The master in the art of living makes little distinction between his work and his play, his labor and his leisure, his mind and his body, his information and his recreation, his love and his religion. He hardly knows which is which. He simply pursues his vision of excellence at whatever he does, leaving others to decide whether he is working or playing. To him he’s always doing both."