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Free Marketing & Presentation Seminar For North Liverpool Companies January 29, 2009

Posted by liverpoolchamber in Events, Stepclever.
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guy_smileyDue to exceptional demand Stepclever is hosting an additional seminar on Tuesday 10thMarch.

Liverpool Chamber of Commerce is hosting a free half day course to assist businesses in north Liverpool to improve their marketing and presentation techniques.

The course, funded by Stepclever, is designed to help them win new business. The event will cover both one-to-one meetings and panel and tender situations.

These workshops aim to provide the skills and information to tender successfully and win new contracts in both the public and private sectors, focusing on selling effectively and communicating the right attributes.

Marketing and presentation techniques will provide either a hands-on, practical refresher, or a first time session on a number of different aspects and demonstrate how to raise the game in personal presentation.

The course begins at 2.00pm with1.45pm registration and a 5.00pm finish and includes refreshments and course notes. To book call June Davies on 0151 224 1891 or email june.davies@stepclever.org.uk

This workshop will be held in the city centre No 1 Old Hall Street, Liverpool. It is part of a series of FREE workshops to improve small businesses chances of winning contracts in both the public and private sectors.

Stepclever is free for everyone that lives, or runs a business in the wards of Anfield, Everton, County, Kirkdale, Linacre and Derby.

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