Webolutions and Backroom Management announce a joint seminar:

A System for Transformational Growth
Integrating Your Key Business Systems to Drive More Sales and Profits

Tuesday, August 2, 2011 from 7:30 AM to 9:00 AM, at the Backroom Management Event Room, 9033 E Easter Place

Reserve your spot today.

At this exclusive seminar for business owners and C-level executives, attendees will examine tools and systems proven to help:

  • Maintain and understand the true financial picture of your company.
  • Establish and attach real monetary value to sales leads.
  • Set specific leads generation goals based on bottom-line business realities.
  • Plot a course for sustainable market differentiation – the “experience” of your brand.
  • Meet your leads targets with marketing strategies for acquiring and keeping customers.

Jeffrey Prager, business leader, founder and CEO of Backroom Management and author of The Peddler’s Son, joins John Vachalek, founder and CEO of Webolutions, an award-winning strategic marketing agency recognized each year since 2002 by the Denver Business Journal as a top producer.

“Marketing,” says Vachalek, “is an investment on which the business should expect and measure positive return. Backroom Management’s innovative tool provides the most poignant measurement of need and fulfillment we’ve seen.”

“Successful business managers simplify and focus on their core talent,” adds Prager. “They know exactly what specific goals need to be achieved, and they have success and failure specifically defined. This leads directly to the optimization of, and positive return on, marketing efforts.”

The presentation will be preceded by breakfast and followed by peer networking. There is no cost to attend.

Register today or email for more information.

Tuesday, August 2, 2011 from 7:30 AM to 9:00 AM
Backroom Management Event Room, 9033 E Easter Place, in the HBA Building

A System for Transformational Growth
Integrating Your Key Business Systems to Drive More Sales and Profits

 

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