Productivity Nano Conference in Menlo Park, March 2nd

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Busy, mobile professionals will flock to the Productivity Nano-Conference in Menlo Park on March 2nd to hone their skills in managing communication and manipulating core desktop applications.

Busy, mobile professionals will flock to the Productivity Nano-Conference in Menlo Park on March 2nd to hone their skills in managing communication and manipulating core desktop applications. In particular, the Nano-Conference offers short courses in Blackberry usage, email Inbox management and MS Office application techniques. The Nano-Conference is meant to appeal to busy, cost-constrained professionals and corporate users by providing key productivity tips in nano-time for a nano-price; the whole conference lasts only six hours and costs just $65.

“Users today don’t have the time to attend the traditional training, usually offered in several levels over several days, and companies can no longer afford having their employees off of their core business activities for so long” said Jerry McCreary, Human Resources Executive in Silicon Valley.

The theme of the nano-Conference is: “You can choose.” In the midst of information and technology overload, we are driven to distraction and often find it difficult to take control. According to Pierre Khawand, CEO and Founder of People-OnTheGo and sponsor for the Productivity Nano-Conference, “We hope to empower professionals by arming them with techniques for optimizing productivity. Rather than being bogged down by technology, people should feel liberated by it. The more you know about the basic technology tools at your disposal, the more freedom you’ll have to get the job done when you want, the way you want.”

The Productivity Nano-Conference will be held at the Stanford Park Hotel, 100 Camino Real in Menlo Park on March 2nd from 7:45AM – 2:30 PM. The Conference offers five one-hour courses including, “Blackberry Techniques”, “Managing Your Email Inbox”, “Excel Techniques”, “Powerpoint Techniques”, and “Word Techniques”. The conference will conclude with a drawing for an iPod Nano.

For more information on the Productivity Nano-Conference, visit http://www.people-onthego.com/productivity-nano-conference.html or call 415-503-1649.

About People-OnTheGo

People-OnTheGo helps companies and their employees effectively manage the use of e-mail, office applications, and handheld devices, to save significant time, communicate more effectively, and minimize legal and security risks. The learning programs include onsite, virtual, and Web self-paced modules, as well as one-on-one and team coaching sessions.

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