Business Owner Virtual Super Conference to Feature Renowned Experts, Best Selling Authors, and Successful Entrepreneurs

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The Business Owner Super Conference (http://www.BizOwnerSuperConference.com) is a virtual learning event for small business owners that will take place through a series of twice weekly tele-presentations beginning on Tuesday, October 14th and running through November 20th. Basic registration is free and attendees can call in from anywhere.

The Business Owner Super Conference (http://www.BizOwnerSuperConference.com) is a virtual learning event for small business owners that will take place through a series of twice weekly tele-presentations beginning on Tuesday, October 14th and running through November 20th. Basic registration is free and attendees can call in from anywhere.

The conference has been designed to cover many key aspects of business growth. Topics include: sales strategies, hot marketing ideas, business systems, joint ventures, social media marketing, copywriting, book publishing, profiting from ezines, public relations, time management, tax strategies, outsourcing, increasing website traffic, the entrepreneurial mind set and more.

A roster of thirteen exceptional speakers, all renowned experts, best-selling authors and highly successful entrepreneurs will share a wealth of knowledge, strategies and insights with attendees in this series of one hour tele-classes.

The conference was organized by sales and new business development expert Wendy Weiss, known as "The Queen of Cold Calling" and also President of Weiss Communications, LLC (http://www.WendyWeiss.com) located in New York City, and by small business growth and marketing expert, Janis Pettit, President of SmarTrack, a small business coaching company (http://www.SmallBusiness-BigResults.com) located in Raleigh NC. Besides Weiss and Pettit, speakers include Willie Crawford, Dr. Larina Kase, Dr. Mike Woo Ming, Bill Baren, Leesa Barnes, Annie Jennings, Bob Bly, Dan Poynter, Gayle Buske, Debbie Spoons, and Kevin Wilke

Thousands of small business owners are expected to attend. There is limited space, so those interested should go to http://www.BizOwnerSuperConference.com to register as soon as possible.

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