Have you ever attended a conference and left wondering if you got enough value for your investment in time, conference fees and travel?
In this C2M Live session, CMC® Jen Beever will cover best practices for getting a return on investment from conferences using as a springboard Kenneth Ferrazzi’s book, Never Eat Alone. She will also share how this book inspired her to approach conferences from a totally different perspective and led to both her personal and professional growth as a consultant.
IMC USA Conference Chair Henry DeVries will also be providing a sneak preview of IMC’s October, 2017 Conference agenda. He will highlight the three topic tracks under its theme, “Add Value for Clients to Build Your Practice,” so that conference attendees will get maximum return from their investments.
About Our Speaker:
Jennifer Beever CMC® is a “CMO for Hire” who drives marketing results for clients through both traditional and online marketing. Since founding her marketing firm New Incite in 1997, Jennifer and her virtual team have planned and launched strategic marketing campaigns for B2B companies worldwide. She is a Past President of the IMC SoCal Chapter, served on the Confab Conference committee from 2007 to 2011 and is now serving as Marketing Chair of the IMC USA Conference Committee.
Best-selling author and “marketing with a book” expert Henry DeVries is an authority on typing and talking: how to maximize revenues by writing books and making speeches. Along with his best-selling books — Self-Marketing Secrets, Client Seduction, Pain Killer Marketing, and How to Close a Deal Like Warren Buffett — the buzz-building tools of Henry DeVries have been used to dramatically increase revenues and leverage marketing budgets for two decades. Henry is currently serving a 2nd year as the Chair of the IMC USA Conference Committee.
Our monthly events are meant to provide community, learning, mentoring and thoughtful conversation – and nurture relationships that lead to collaboration and business growth.
They are not presentations in the traditional sense. – they are conversations, facilitated discussions, with participants sharing their knowledge and experience. There is no “expert” opining – it is a peer-to-peer experience.
A key goal is to create a community of peers, unencumbered by geography, to discuss issues affecting the economy and commerce …things that our clients worry about… such as strategic issues, macro business issues that need clarity and effective methods for businesses to be more competitive – and grow the competence of the participating consultants through the information and insights gained during the sessions.
We use Zoom.us technology so that up to 100 individuals can participate on screen. One can also call in.
Sessions begin at 2 pm EDT but we go on the air one half hour earlier. This provides attendees the opportunity to get to know each other and as stated earlier to engender the community of peers spirit IMC is committed to promoting.
We looking to having join you us in the conversation and ask you forward suggestions for future topics to Juan A. Negroni at email@example.com