#SFGrowthCon will absolutely expand the minds of those attempting to serve the end customer and show them practical ways they can achieve success.
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) April 29, 2016
Three companies from the San Francisco Bay Area are coming together to host a small business growth conference for entrepreneurs and sales professionals to learn techniques to market to and attract the modern buyer. The event, called #SFGrowthCon, is open to the public and will take place on May 12, 2016, in San Francisco.
Mario Martinez, Jr. from M3Jr Growth Strategies, LLC, said, “With a digitally, socially and mobile enabled buyer, everyone asks ‘How do we connect quicker, faster and better?’ #SFGrowthCon will absolutely expand the minds of those attempting to serve the end customer and show them practical ways they can achieve success to be found and create engagement.”
During the half-day event, four speakers will present information to the participants to give them actionable steps that they can take with their own business as soon as they leave to attract and engage their ideal customers.
- Martinez is a #SocialSelling "evangelist," and he will present: “DON’T DO ¡˥∀WɹON – A Social Brand Drives REVENUE!”
- Stephanie Shaterian, from fLO Content, is a video and storytelling expert, and she will present: “Video Marketing Is The Future. And The Future Is Now”
- Thomas Petty, President of the Bay Area Search Engine Academy, will present: “Get Found Online Now: When Your Customers Need You Most!”
- Michael Gross from LinkedIn will present “Gain a Competitive Selling Advantage with LinkedIn”
Shaterian said, "By 2017, video is projected to be 75% of Internet traffic. It was 50% of mobile traffic last year, and video is the future of growth. Sales professionals, consultants and entrepreneurs alike can start using it now!"
The first 25 registrants will also receive some extras, including private coaching from Martinez, a website analysis and group coaching call from Petty, and an individual 60-second professionally recorded infomercial, produced by Shaterian and her husband.
For more information about the event and registration, visit sfgrowthcon.com. Pricing for the event goes up on May 6 and there is only room for 50 people, so participants are encouraged to register now.