Business Development Webinar: Marketing tactics to get projects NOW
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When: Thursday, September 12, 2019
11:00 am – 12:30 pm (CDT)
Where: Online Webinar
United States
Presenter: Jay Zaltzman, President, Bureau West
Contact: Marta Villanueva

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Business Development Webinar: Marketing tactics to get projects NOW


Event Details

Many QRCs want to promote their businesses and know there are a lot of marketing approaches they COULD take… but how do you get started and bring in new work?

The good news is, you don’t have to do ALL the tactics – you get to choose two or three that work for YOU. In this interactive presentation, Jay will describe many marketing options available to QRCs and guide participants to choose the ones that will be most effective. He will also talk about differentiating between approaches that are more likely to bring immediate results and those that are more long-term. HINT: we need them both! Jay will work with two attendees on their marketing challenges and invite questions and comments from everyone else via chat. We will be using Zoom for this 90-minute webinar.

September 12, at 9 am Pacific Time / 11:00 am Central Time / 12:00 pm Eastern Time.


Price: FREE

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Speaker Bio

Jay Zaltzman has been president of Bureau West for the past twenty years. In addition to market research, he provides business coaching to executives and business owners. He is an active member of the QRCA and is the immediate past president of the association.

He lives in Palm Springs, California, where he is co-founder of Salon for the Parched, a local think tank.

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