The Consultant's Workshop: Leverage the Web to Build Your Practice
Presenting the Consultant’s Workshop, October 2nd 7:30 AM
Share. Learn. Grow.
Marketing Your Consultancy V - Discover how to unlock the power of networking to grow business
Back by popular demand, Come learn from Darren Smith, one of the chapter’s most active consultants.
Darren Smith knows the power of networking firsthand: he’s done business in 20 countries across 10 industries and has started and sold two companies. Networking is one of the most valuable ways for consultants to expand their business. In spite of all the hype about "low-touch marketing," who you know and who you are referred to is critical for success. Testimonials from credible people are a third leg on the stool. Many consultants will tell you that these are the only ways that get business.
This month’s workshop discusses the fundamental value of and successful strategies for the "Art of Networking." reviewing proven ways to win new clients:
Reaching clients through your extended network
Getting referrals that result in business
Leveraging professional memberships
About Darren Smith
Darren is a graduate of Texas A&M University and has an Executive Coaching credential from the University of Texas at Dallas. His clients include HKS Architects, Staubach Company, The Texas Society of Association Executives, Mrs. Bairds Bread, and Toyota.
Darren speaks regularly on the subjects of strategy, coaching, leadership, international business, and business development. His audiences have ranged from the Business School at the University of Notre Dame in South Bend Indiana to the local chapter of the Associated General Contractors in Austin, Texas.
Darren is married and he and his wife can field a basketball team. They have five children.
||7:15 - 7:30 am
||7:30 - 9:00 am
|Cost per session:
$15 for members, $25 for non-members
(includes continental breakfast; please bring cash or check)
Members may now bring guests and pay the member rate for them.
The member must register and pay for the guest.