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IMC SoCal San Fernando Valley Breakfast, October 2010
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When: Friday, October 15, 2010
7:30-9:00 AM, 7:15 AM Networking
Where: Coco's Restaurant
18355 Ventura Blvd.
Tarzana, California  91356
United States
Contact: Lynda Roth

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The Institute of Management Consultants in Southern California holds a breakfast in the San Fernando Valley as one of it's events. It is on the 3rd Friday of every month at 7:30am at Coco's Restaurant (previously Carrow's), 18355 Ventural Blvd, Tarzana Ca. We have selected speakers to educate us on the various aspects of building and maintaining a consulting practice. You do not have to be a member of the IMC to attend, we welcome all guests. We hope you will be able to attend our breakfast and avail yourself of the fantastic speakers. It is a great opportunity to learn, to network with other professionals and build relationships for getting business.
We look forward to seeing you!
IMC SFV Monthly Breakfast Meeting
Friday, Oct 15, 2010
Breakfast Subject:
Marketing for Consultants - What Works and What Doesn't
by Gene Siciliano - CFO For Rent
and President of Western Management Associates
In today's business environment, there is a greater than ever need to promote yourself actively. There is less consulting business to be shared, and hungrier competition is willing to fight for it. More than ever, there is a need to get follow-on business from your existing clients and to open the door to new clients. Regrettably, few consultants market their services effectively or are willing to engage in active selling. Many feel that marketing their practice somehow compromises their professionalism and integrity.
So how can we consultants market more effectively? For the answer, join us at our IMC SFV meeting on October 15 as Gene Siciliano, a 24-year financial management consultant, shares what has and had not worked for him. This will also a participatory meeting, as participants will be encouraged to share their experiences.
What you will learn from this program:
  • The 8 most powerful marketing tools for business professionals
  • What works and what doesn't
  • Tips, suggestions and techniques that will improve your marketing and make your selling easier
  • How to match your marketing to your personal communication style

Don't miss this thought-provoking breakfast meeting, which will be a lot of fun and also a great networking experience with your fellow consultants in the San Fernando Valley area. Expect a lively discussion on the all-important topic of more effectively selling your services.

SO... Join us on Friday Oct 15, 2010! Bring your friends!
Please forward this invitation to others that you feel will benefit.

About the Speaker

Gene Siciliano - CMC and CPA

is the founder and president of Western Management Associates, a financial management consulting firm based in Los Angeles and now in its 24th year. Known as "Your CFO For Rent," he provides executive coaching in finance for senior executives, financial management advisory services, and conducts workshops and training programs to corporate and association clients nationwide. He is the author of Finance for Non-Financial Managers, McGraw-Hill 2003, Finance for Administrative Assistants, Informa plc 2006, and "Did Sarbanes-Oxley Miss the Point?," Western Management Associates 2006. He is a nationally recognized speaker and writer on finance and management issues.

Gene has many great insights to share with us!

Gene's Contact Info:

Office: 888-788-6534


RSVP to or call LJR Consulting Services at
TIME: 7:30 - 9:00 a.m., 7:15am Networking
LOCATION: Coco's Restaurant (previously Carrows),
18355 Ventura Blvd. Tarzana, CA 91356
PRICE: $20 for IMC members and $25 for non-members.
Cash or checks payable to: Lynda Roth/LJR Computer Services Consulting Group. Sorry, no credit cards accepted

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