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Free small business seminar next week

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North Tahoe Business Association and Charter Business will present a free Small Business Seminar, “How to Create a Highly Effective Marketing Plan,” on Thursday, May 2, from 8-9:30 a.m. at the North Tahoe Event Center in Kings Beach.

The free seminar will be taught by Jim Kaspari of Summit Business Marketing, who says business owners today are faced with a troubled economy and have to do more marketing to get the same amount of business as they did three to five years ago.

“I used to rely on word of mouth, some print ads and yellow pages — it worked great,” he said. “Now business is declining and I’m faced with too many choices and don’t know what will work.”

This seminar is designed to help business owners come up with the best marketing strategies and tactics that create results.

Jim has been an entrepreneurial business coach for more than seven years and has coached over 300 clients in 8 countries. He retired at age 44 and loves to share success principles with others. Nine out of 10 businesses with solid marketing/business plans succeed. Business owners and marketing professionals are encouraged to attend this seminar to learn how to grow their business with a highly effective marketing plan.

Register today at http://ntbaseminar3.eventbrite.com. The free seminar includes complimentary breakfast for attendees who register online by April 29. Breakfast is available on a first-come, first served basis.

To register by phone or for more information about Free Small Business Seminars or about the North Tahoe Business Association, call 530-546-9000 or visit http://www.NorthTahoeBusiness.org.


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