Getting more projects and signing more clients is a critical part of being a professional organizer. In this interactive session, we'll discuss how to define your ideal clients, how to choose which networking events are best for you, and how to know who will become your best sources of referrals. Then, we'll outline the practical, efficient processes you can follow to get more new clients and more work from current clients. You'll leave knowing exactly what you need to do to build your business in 2018. Bring your questions - there will be plenty of time for Q&A!
Mary Ellen Hickman, MBA, is the head of Hickman Consulting Partners and a seasoned business and marketing strategy consultant with over twenty years of experience in the US and overseas. She began her career by starting a business to market new products in the former Soviet Union and then worked to expand and launch new brands in the highly competitive US consumer packaged goods market for Kraft, Warner-Lambert and Coors. Now, she and her team of marketing experts provide marketing plans and strategy and serve as an outsourced marketing department for leaders of growing businesses. Mary Ellen is known for her ability to build efficient, effective marketing plans and campaigns that dramatically increase profitability in twelve months.
Refreshments will be served.
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