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Profit Map offers $40,000 business boost

Profit Map offers $40,000 business boost

Profit Map brings together four leading experts in a premier event designed to give business owners powerful frameworks, insights and advice that will have a profound impact on them, their business and how they approach the next twelve months. This is a one-time opportunity for businesses to supercharge their digital, marketing, financial and leadership strategies.

As well as providing fuel to business owners who are serious about innovation and growth, Profit Map is also giving away a $40,000 business support package to one lucky business*.

Profit Map features keynote speakers from The Breakthrough Company, Tactix Marketing, Digital Stream Media and Bellingham Wallace.

Event details:

Date: March 19, 2014

Time: 8.00am – 10.00am

Venue: Hilton Auckland, Princes Wharf, 147 Quay Street, Auckland

Tickets: $99 per person from www.profitmap.co.nz

*See www.profitmap.co.nz for terms and conditions

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