Business Leaders Come Together to Learn Real World Business Building Lessons From Two $100 Million Plus Business Founders

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An exclusive evening dinner event delivered practical business building wisdom for entrepreneurial leaders. On Tuesday, July 23, Barry Spencer and Scott Noble, two Atlanta entrepreneurs, hosted leaders in Chicago to learn from two Chicago based entrepreneurs, Robert Jordan and Howard Tullman.

Scott Noble, Robert Jordan & Barry Spencer

"I got 45 people responsible for $41 billion in value to participate... because we all simply shared the same goal of helping the next generation of entrepreneurs." - Robert Jordan, How They Did It

Barry Spencer and Scott Noble, nationally recognized entrepreneurs, authors, financial educators, consultants to charities, and speakers hosted entrepreneurs, business owners, and executives with two high-powered business founders – Robert Jordan and Howard Tullman.

The event provided entrepreneurs from across the country the unique opportunity to learn the trends that are shaping business growth today and in the future.

In this intimate gathering of successful leaders attendees learned business building secrets from two entrepreneurs who built businesses from scratch and sold them for over $100 million.

Howard Tullman founded CCC Information Services, Inc., which was twice ranked on Inc. Magazine 100 List and first in profitability among all the companies. He sold CCC in 1987 for $100 million.

Tullman also launched music sites: Rollingstone.com; TheSource.com; and Tunes.com, which sold for $136 million. He has also led a major turnaround of Kendall College and has created over 6,000 jobs.

Robert Jordan is an Inc. 500 CEO, and founder of Online Access, the first internet-coverage business magazine in the world. He launched RedFlash, an interim management team and interimCEO/interimCFO, which is the largest worldwide network of interim executives.

Jordan is also author of, How They Did It: Billion Dollar Insights from the Heart of America. The book is the stories of 45 mid-west individuals who built a business from scratch and sold for over $100 million.

One guest of Barry Spencer and Scott Noble commented, “It is a rare opportunity to learn such priceless insights packed into such a condescended amount of time… What a priceless experience.”

“It was amazing how much valuable content Howard Tullman can pack into one presentation,” comment Barry Spencer. He then continued, “Hyper-personalization, one of five trends Tullman shared, is happening in ways we don’t easily recognize and Facebook is leading that revolution.”

The event received such high marks from Atlanta attendees that Barry Spencer now has an Atlanta event with Robert Jordan in the works for the fall of 2013.

To learn more about the trends shared at this event or the upcoming Atlanta event, contact Barry H Spencer directly at 678-278-9632 or visit him on the web at http://www.barryhspencer.com.

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About Barry Spencer: Barry Spencer is a nationally recognized author, financial educator and speaker whom you may have heard on radio, including WAFS biz1190. Spencer’s latest book The Secret of Enduring Wealth, and he is the co-author of Wealth: From Roots of Regrets to Routes of No Regrets, and How To Enjoy A Life Generosity. His published articles include: “When Wealth Is More Than Money,” When Generosity Matters To The Family,” and “The Two Essentials that Count Beyond Death and Taxes.” Barry lives with his wife, Lori, and their two children Hudson and Avery Kate in Alpharetta, GA.

About Scott Noble: Scott Noble, CPA, PFS, is a nationally recognized speaker, Continuing Education Instructor, member of the Laureate Center for Wealth Advisors and financial educator who speaks to peers in the financial industry. He is the co-author of Wealth: From Roots of Regrets to Routes of No Regrets, and How To Enjoy A Life Generosity. Scott and his wife, Denise, live in Alpharetta with their three daughters Andie, Leah, and Hannah.

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