“This type of event allows people to interact with top leaders in the industry, and walk away with a new perspective on their business and their life. And with talks of entering another recession Canadian business icon Donald Cooper (Cooper Sporting Goods) and Chief Canada Macro Strategist Economist with the Bank of Toronto Dominion will present on growth areas, in our regions, our province and our nation this coming year. There is no better time than now to take advantage of this networking opportunity,”
The Summit is designed to attract successful, reputable business owners, or those looking to start a business. It gives business men and women the opportunity benefit from top experts on how to move forward with their businesses by learning about ‘proven systems and procedures, continuous learning and setting achievable goals to reach the next level.’
Luc Beriault is the Principle Consultant and a Business Coach with ActionCoach Medicine Hat with expertise in Business Coaching, Trust-based Selling, Team Building and Recruitment, Profit and Revenue Growth and Leadership Development.
He will be presenting, ‘The Six Steps the Wealthy People Take to Grow their Bottom Line -- What is most important “Profit or Revenue?”’ The ActionCOACH team will coach you through the six steps of improving the “Must Grow Properly” areas of your business. Also, they’ll be providing great information on Team Growth, Mastery, Leverage, Marketing and more at 2:30pm.
The event is being presented by the The Medicine Hat Chamber of Commerce, Medicine Hat Toronto Dominion Bank, Positive Life Concepts and ActionCoach.
For more information on the event visit: www.medicinehatsummit.com or phone 403-527-6724 to register. Or email Luc at lucberiault@
To book an interview with Luc Beriault contact
Rachel Sentes, Publicist
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