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Event Details

Bagels and Business: How to Get More Clients to Contact, Ready to Say Yes!

When

Tuesday, Nov. 27, 2012
7:00 AM - 9:00 AM

Where

Bergen Community College Moses Family Meeting & Training Center 400 Paramus Rd Paramus, NJ 07652 Directions

Description

Bergen Community College

The School of Continuing Education

Invite You To Attend Our

Free

Bagels and Business

Tuesday, November 27, 2012

7:00am - 8:00am Registration, Continental Breakfast, and Networking

8:00am - 8:45am Presentation

8:45am - 9:00am Q&A


Meet Erik Luhrs, speaker, trainer author

and the only expert in the world on

Front-Loaded Lead Generation.

"How to Get More Clients to Contact YOU and Ready to Say YES!"


We all want more clients. But we are not sure how to increase prospects in today’s business climate. Erik Luhrs has over 20 years of experience teaching business how to sales with qualified prospects. If you’re tired of working hard at getting new clients with no results, you need to be at this event!

Attendees will learn:

- How to work smarter, find qualified prospects and increase revenue immediately.

- How to develop a sales funnel of more prospects than you can handle.

- The one tweak you can make immediately to get prospects calling right now!

- How one word can be the difference between no sales and a ton of sales? And much more!



Erik Luhrs is known as “The Bruce Lee of Sales”. He is the creator of The GURUS Selling System™ and the author of the book BE DO SALE.

Erik is the only expert in the world on Front-Loaded Lead Generation™, Persona-Positioning™ and Lead Generation Message Linguistics™!

Sponsors

Bergen Community College, The School of Continuing Education Corporate and Public Sector Training

Price

This event is free to attend.

Website

Event Website: http://3stepstoclients.eventbrite.com/ Online Registration Available: Yes

Industry

Small Business

Event Type

Information Session

Age Limit

18+

Contact Information

Ronald E. McKnight rmcknight@bergen.edu Phone: (201) 612-5300

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