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Kick The Recession Day

Kick The Recession Day

Do you know more businesses success stories are found during times of slow economic activity than during boom times? Sounds strange - but it is true!

Here is your challenge: Invest a day in sharpening your business skills and be one of the success stories of these challenging times.

Have the spirit of the truckers who made their protest last Friday – what a sight having 5,000 rigs on parade in downtown Auckland. But protesting doesn’t help – action is what is called for if you are to prosper in these challenging times.

Business Seminars New Zealand has a one day POWERDAY – Kick The Recession where we have sessions on Selling, Keeping Up to Date, and Harnessing the Internet which cover the most critical areas of business skills to make the best of these challenging times.

Designed for one person to attend all day or you can pick and choose which session you attend, or which staff member you send, the POWERDAY – Kick the Recession is on Monday July 28th, 2008 in Auckland and then on Wednesday July 30th, 2008 in Christchurch.

Each session is $199 but if you attend all three there is a 20% discount making it just $475 for the day. You can claim the discount too if you send three people to any of the sessions.

Session 1: Cold Calling for Scaredy Cats 9 am to 12 noon

Great session on getting skills to gain new customers...

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Session 2: PowerRead Speed reading for Business 1.30 pm to 5 pm

Double or triple your reading speed and keep up with the changing world.

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Session 3: Web2.0 Marketing 6 pm to 9.30 pm

Unlocking how to make the new Web2.0 marketing work for you.

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Auckland Monday July 28th, 2008 - Wednesday July 30th, 2008 Christchurch.

Full details and booking forms for each session can be found at Business Seminars New Zealand website.

Business Seminars New Zealand
Excellence in Business Education since 1987


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