LIAACC and SUNY Old Westbury Business Bootcamp Westbury, NY
Corporations, Small Business Owners, Professionals, Service Providers, Chamber Leaders and Chamber Members and Local Leaders of a wide cross section of industries in the New York Metropolitan region will be participating in the upcoming boot camp.
By: Long Island African American Chamber of Commerce
The purpose of the Bootcamp is to empower and motivate business owners, so that they take their business to the next level. No matter what stage a business is in (start up, growth stage or established stage), it is important to set goals and move to the next level. It is like having a business "GPS" that recalculates your route when you make a wrong turn.
The Theme is "Stay on Track and Take Your Business To The Next Level". We will cover several topics that will help entrepreneurs stay focused on ideas and strategies that will make an impact on the future of their business.
Some topics that will be covered are: Selecting the Business structure that best supports your business model and protects your interest. Frantz Pierre-Louis, CPA, President of Pierre-Louis and Associates.
How to Brand your Business Effectively will be presented by Winnie Benjamin, a Business Performance Advisor, and graduate of the John Maxwell Leadership certification program.
Sue Glenn, a social media trainer will teach how to effectively use Digital Marketing to promote business and attract customers.
Barbara Brudie, Supplier Diversity Manager from PSEG, LI will talk about how to build relationships with procurement officers and get contracts.
Kyle Griffith and Anthony Citrolo of New York Business Brokerage will discuss How To Prepare And Stay On Track For A Profitable Exit.
Dr. Shalei Simms, Associate Professor and Assistant Vice President for Academic Affairs from SUNY Old Westbury School of Business, will present on the importance of having a Business Plan.
Nicole Caesar Mitchell, of Yes, Please Etiquette will discuss the importance of Business Etiquette.
Our panel discussion "How I Stayed on Track" will be moderated by Terri-Arnold Mckenzie of TAM Consulting, Inc. The panel will include Barbara Armand, CEO of Armand Corporation;
The keynote speaker is Deb Ingino, Executive Director of the John Maxwell Leadership team, and a sought after worldwide motivational speaker. She is a mentor and consultant to business leaders who want to move into a higher level of performance.
All speakers and vendors have been asked to share how their product and services will help businesses "Stay on Track and Take Their Business To The Next Level." That is one of the unique aspects of the Bootcamp.
Our sponsors include, SUNY Old Westbury; Armand Corporation;
Each registered attendee will leave with action steps they can apply right away and start to see results. Our goal is to provide them with as many tools and resources as possible, so they can increase their market share, generate more revenue, get more customers and impact the economic condition of their communities. All of that is possible if they "Stay on Track and Take Their Business To The Next Level."
To find out more about registering, vendor opportunities and sponsorship go to our website at http://www.liaacc.org or contact Sharon Davis, VP, LIAACC at: 888-512-7175.
LI African American Chamber of Commerce
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