Mesa, AZ (Vocus) October 1, 2009
LeTip International, an industry leader in word-of-mouth referral networking, has added Maggie Kasparek to the position of Regional Director/Arizona. Kasparek, a seasoned executive with 25 years of sales and marketing experience, will support, direct and develop both old and new LeTip chapters throughout Arizona.
Formerly, Kasparek held the position of Executive Director for the US Chamber of Commerce, Phoenix. Kasparek, a dedicated networker throughout her substantial career, noted, “LeTip Members truly embrace business networking. Most members consider LeTip to be the most important part of their marketing strategy and, even in a tough economy, they continue to drive sales through qualified leads. I am energized by their collective enthusiasm and commitment to one another.”
Kim Marie Branch-Pettid, President and CEO of LeTip International stated, “We are excited to have Maggie join the LeTip family. She clearly understands small business and the benefits of working collaboratively. Her business development insight and customer relationship skills will be an enormously valuable asset to the Arizona region.”
Kasparek has been active in civic and professional associations throughout her career, including the Arizona Leadership Forum, Board Member 2006-2009, International Women's Day, Ambassador 2005-2009, Arizona Technology Council, Council Member 2007-2009, the Scottsdale Chamber of Commerce and the Phoenix Chamber of Commerce.
About LeTip International: LeTip International, Inc., is the world’s largest, privately owned, professional business referral organization. Since 1978, LeTip’s proven programs and networking seminars have helped well over 50,000 members throughout the U.S. and Canada, build business success through qualified referrals.
LeTip Chapters are comprised of small business owners, entrepreneurs, professionals and independent salespeople who are committed to growing businesses through referrals. Members meet weekly to exchange qualified leads, build solid business relationships, develop strong presentation skills and become proficient networkers. Only one representative of any given profession is accepted into each chapter and members are chosen for their occupational expertise. For more information or to find out how you can join, visit http://www.letip.com