“How to Grow Your Business” offered as free seminar through PCC
One of the best ways to grow your business is to learn from leaders who have successfully done the same. The free “How to Grow Your Business” seminar, offered through PCC’s Small Business Center on September 15, 6 – 8 p.m., will allow participants to do just that.
Achievement Consultant, author, and small business owner Richard Morreale will invigorate participants with his enthusiasm and knowledge as he shares eight specific success strategies with current and future business owners.
These success strategies, when used together, will provide business owners with a structured approach focused on achieving business goals and growing a business. Morreale will guide participants through the following:
• How to establish monthly business growth goals and how to plan the actions needed to achieve them
• How to organize a business and follow a business plan
• How to make and gain commitment to growth goals and plans, and how to take massive action
• How to monitor, measure, and control activities while staying focused on the businesses growth goals while still having funAbout the Presenter
Richard Morreale is an international consultant specializing in Program, Project and Change Management. He has consulted in a wide range of business sectors including Financial Services, US Government, UK Government, Telecommunications, Law Enforcement and Transportation. He started his career in the US and was then transferred to England where he started his own consulting firm and spent 27 years consulting in the UK and other countries in Europe and the Middle East. He is also a Professional Speaker and the author of two Project Management books and CD Programs.
The “How to Grow Your Business” seminar will be held at PCC’s Caswell County Campus (room K-209) located at 331 Piedmont Drive in Yanceyville. Although the seminar will be offered at no cost to participants, pre-registration is requested prior to the class. To register, call (336) 599-0032.
Photo: Presenter, Richard Morreale