St. Louis, Mo. (PRWEB) December 6, 2006
Strategic Research Network (SRN), a national business intelligence and lead generation company, held its National Research Conference in Las Vegas, Nevada the weekend of November 18-19th.
Successful SRN Researchers from the United States and Canada gathered to attend special training sessions for new and existing SRN Researchers covering the upcoming trends in the information professional world.
Announced at the conference was the introduction of Strategic Research Network's Mentor Program, which will utilize established and successful SRN Researchers who will contribute to improving the SRN Network by providing guidance, direction, and accountability for new SRN Researchers.
"SRN is continually looking at ways to improve the network and the Mentor program is a step in the right direction. The information industry is now a $380 billion industry and is constantly evolving with new techniques and technology. The Mentor Program is designed to continually keep the Network up-to-date with new information and training. And the best part about it is that SRN Researchers are in control," said SRN President Paul Helm.
Along with other Mentor duties, SRN Mentors will attend bi-monthly teleconferences conducted by seasoned individuals within SRN's Network to discuss their current mentoring experiences, share ideas, and discuss how improvements might be made upon the overall process, as well as their own mentoring methods/strategies.
The SRN Mentor Program will be available in early 2007 for SRN Researchers who meet the set criteria.
About Strategic Research Network:
Through a national network of independent Researchers, Strategic Research Network (SRN) conducts custom online database and internet research for companies and individuals. SRN thoroughly trains its Researchers to operate their own home-based Internet research business. SRN actively markets research services and then utilizes its network of Researchers to complete projects. Researchers provide high-quality business intelligence and contact information for B2B sales divisions, recruiting companies, and human resource departments.
Information about becoming an SRN Researcher is available online at:
Strategic Research Network
12977 North Forty Drive, Suite 100
St. Louis, MO 63141