"Open the door to a world of business," said Bob Good, Founder and CEO of Good Leads.
Salem, NH (PRWEB) July 31, 2012
Good Leads®, a Salem, NH outsourced global business development services firm, has been named Delegation Leader for Centrallia 2012 for the six New England States and the States of New York and New Jersey. This International Business Development Forum will be held in Winnipeg, Manitoba on October 10-12, 2012. Centrallia 2012 is a unique and globally recognized event and will offer small and medium size businesses from various industry sectors, meetings in a "business speed dating" format.
"Open the door to a world of business," said Bob Good, Founder and CEO of Good Leads. "There is only one place where you can meet with more than 600 potential business partners from around the world in 2 days. Thirty countries will be represented." Conceived 20 years ago especially for small and medium size businesses, Centrallia 2012 is the event to attend for business leaders and entrepreneurs to develop their business internationally through strategic, commercial, financial, or technological partnerships. Good Leads has previously participated in previous year programs located in Kansas City, Winnipeg and Quebec City.
"Over two days, this international business development event will allow business leaders to have up to 14 personalized and pre-scheduled, 30-minute, face-to-face meetings with partners of their choice. Centrallia 2012 is a springboard toward making new international partnerships, in addition to informal meetings in a professional and friendly environment," concluded Good.
About Good Leads:
Good Leads is a leading provider of outsourced business development services including closing sales, qualified lead generation and qualified voice-to-voice and face-to-face appointments. For almost 10 years, Good Leads has partnered with domestic and international institutions, from high-tech to governmental agencies, to develop and implement a business development strategy as part of their integrated marketing plan.