I can apply this formula to almost any business, and increased their profits within 90 days
New York, NY (PRWEB) May 02, 2013
To commemorate his latest book Outsource Smart becoming a New York Times Best Seller, Daven Michaels is offering to donate $1000 to charity if he can’t turn around your business in 90 days. Super Entrepreneur Daven Michaels claims he can turn around almost any small business in America by improving their marketing and using outsourced virtual employees. That may sound like a bold claim until you look at his long string of Business Successes in a wide variety of business.
Daven Michaels started his entrepreneurial career at aged 15, when he opened a fashion, clothing store on Melrose Avenue in Los Angeles. Over the next 30 years, Daven achieved success as one of the world largest music live event producers, and a pioneer in the in the tele-communication business. He also has achieved success as a multi-platinum record producer, TV and film producer, CEO of 123Employee, the premier outsourcing company in the Philippines, international speaker and Author of the now, New York Times Best Seller “Outsource Smart.”
“There are secrets to success that I discovered from one of my Mentors many years ago, I have been applying it everyday since then, it works, and today I get to teach others the very same secrets,” explains Daven, who also made the bold claim, “I can apply this formula to almost any business, and increased their profits within 90 days.”
During these challenging times almost every Entrepreneur is looking for the edge, proven strategies they can use to help their business. The answer to the search may lie in Daven’s new book Outsource Smart. In his book Daven explains how Outsourcing and more specifically outsourcing your Marketing can help your business make more money, if done right!
While this might sound like fairly bold claims, Daven has thrown out the challenge, that within just 90 days he can turn the fate of any business around, and he is willing to stand by his claim. He also states that if he fails, he will donate $1,000 to charity.
Should media wish to cover this demonstration, Daven will spend a day with the business owner, work out a plan of action that they both agree to, and as long as the business owner follows the plan he believes they should see more money in the bank. However, should he fail, he will sign over a check for $1,000 made payable to any charity of their choice.
An entrepreneur, platinum winning record producer, internet marketer, investor, New York Times & Amazon #1 Best Selling Author and outsourcing specialist, Daven Michaels started early in his entrepreneurial life at the age of 15 years. He currently heads 123Employee, a pioneering outsourcing center that provides BPO, customer support, internet-marketing and telemarketing services.
To schedule an interview with Daven Michaels, please call 866.549.1296 or e-mail liz.ortiz(at)123Employee(dot)com.