They know their companies better than anyone, but sometimes it takes a new approach in marketing, finances and employee relationships to really take a company to the level they want to attain.
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Chicago, IL (Vocus) October 28, 2009
ENTRENOMICS leadership announces the upcoming schedule for its dynamic, results-driven workshops where small to medium business owners come together for in-depth learning and tools to grow their companies in today’s economy. Specializing in industries such as transportation, construction, manufacturing and distribution, the ENTRENOMICS program helps to examine the personality of a company and reveal the inefficiencies that inhibit growth, while crafting new systems that lead to optimum growth.
As part of the ENTRENOMICS three-part program that also includes the in-depth ENTRECODE profile and two-day onsite business evaluation, the interactive Event workshop integrates both behavioral and technical aspects of a business into true strategies that will improve the bottom line.
ENTRENOMICS Events will be in the following cities on these dates:
November 10-11, Kansas City
November 17-18, Dallas-Ft. Worth
December 7-8, Kansas City
December 9-11 - Dallas-Ft. Worth
“It’s encouraging to hear small and medium business owners say how practical the event is, and that it’s not just a speaker telling them how to wind their own watch,” says Kevin Delp, Director of Marketing and Sales for Business Today. “They know their companies better than anyone, but sometimes it takes a new approach in marketing, finances and employee relationships to really take a company to the level they want to attain.”
For additional information on ENTRENOMICS’ upcoming high-impact Events and business enhancement methodologies contact Kevin Delp at (214) 236-4989 or visit http://www.entrenomics.net and download the ENTRENOMICS Program.
ABOUT THE COMPANY: Together with Chicago-based Business Today, the ENTRENOMICS program is an educational powerhouse that equips small to medium business owners with the knowledge and skills to improve their businesses through interactive workshops that focus on particular needs during the current economy.
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