Presenter: Ron Stein, founder of More Customers Academy and president of FastPath Marketing
Date Tuesday, March 14, 2017
Time: 8:30 am - 10:00 am
Cost: Free (but registration is requested)
Location: Microsoft, 5426 Bay Center Drive, Tampa, FL
“How to Get People to Buy from You Instead of Your Competition”
The March program will be presented by Ron Stein, founder of More Customers Academy and president of FastPath Marketing. Stein says that prospective buyers are asking, “Why should I choose you over your competition?” If competitors seem to get all the buzz and close more deals, then it’s time to change marketing and sales techniques – online and offline. His TECH Talk presentation will offer practical strategies, tactics and examples to empower a team with a new way of marketing and selling that cuts across everything the business does, to help the company become the obvious choice in the market.
In his work, Stein pulls back the curtain to show exactly how he has created targeted messaging, content and selling strategies that have delivered more than $300 million in revenue in his career and raised $10 million in venture backing for a wireless technology company. He also writes a popular column on selling and marketing in Florida Trend magazine and is one of the most-read features with more than 45,000 subscribers. Ron is also a mentor at Tampa Bay Innovation Center.
Presented by Tampa Bay Innovation Center, TECH Talk is the area's premier networking and educational event developed specifically to meet the interest of the local entrepreneurial community.
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The Tampa Bay Innovation Center creates successful entrepreneurs, fosters the creation of high-tech jobs, and develops new sources of technology and manufacturing capabilities by nurturing early stage ventures as they grow and launch their products into the marketplace. Our programs are tailored to the innovator/entrepreneur and address business intelligence, planning and business formation, strategy execution, and technology transition.