San Jose, CA (PRWEB) April 18, 2013
The Silicon Valley Business Journal will host a seminar where attendees will learn how to profit from the information it publishes, generate quality leads each week, and become a trusted resource for their business network.
The event will take place at the Silicon Valley Business Center in San Jose from 10-11:30 a.m. on Tuesday, April 30. Sales professionals, team leaders, business owners, and those responsible for business development, account management, and marketing are encouraged to attend.
Attendees will learn to:
- Identify and prospect qualified sales leads
- Utilize industry reports
- Grow your network and create relationships
- Utilize small business resources
- Incorporate social networking and our content to your benefit
- Identify growth indicators
- Save time, make money – use Quick Read features and index
- Leverage the top 25 lists, Book of Lists and editorial calendar
- Be more informed and grow your business in 30 minutes per week
“We’re a resource for people who are interested in Silicon Valley business news, and movers and shakers,” said Michaela Marek, audience development director at the SV Business Journal. “I find that the newspaper can be a useful source of new business contacts and leads that people can utilize to their advantage. I am excited to show attendees how to profit from what we publish.”
To register for the event visit http://www.bizjournals.com/sanjose/event/89271.
For more information about the Silicon Valley Business Journal, or for information about any of Silicon Valley Business Journal’s products or services, visit the website at http://www.siliconvalleybusinessjournal.com.
About Silicon Valley Business Journal
Silicon Valley Business Journal publications and content are the primary source of local business news, information, sales leads and networking connections for Silicon Valley business professionals. We provide tools for "C" level executives, entrepreneurs and small business owners to grow their business. SVBJ is a part of American City Business Journals, the largest publisher of metropolitan business newsweeklies in the United States, with 40 business journals across the country.