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60 Really Useful Minutes . . March 26, 2009

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Harold_lloyd 60 Really Useful Minutes . .
in conjunction with LDP Business Club

How about revving up on a Friday instead of winding down? End your week on a high with 60 really useful minutes hosted by Liverpool Chamber.

Each week, a member company will be presenting a practical workshop – against the clock – for business owners and managers who will take away six practical tips which can be implemented immediately,  to improve their business. We’re not serving breakfast or canapés, just invaluable business advice in 60 really useful minutes!

Starting promptly at 9.00am every Friday morning, we promise to get you out by 10am, ready to tackle your day. It’s free for members so hurry, spaces are limited.

Book your place now by emailing events@liverpoolchamber.org.uk

Be sure to tell us which event you want to attend, who you are, who you work for and your nature of business plus contact details.

17th April 2009
60 really useful minutes with Clive Gott-  Recession is temporary and the sun will rise again tomorrow!  This 60 Really Useful Minutes will help you to make sure that when it does you can hit the ground running.

24th April 2009
60 Really Useful Minutes with Phil Blything – How many ugly, non-functional, broken mass emails do you see every week? Most are doing more harm than good, not least to the reputations of the senders. This 60 Really Useful Minutes will show you simple practical ways in which you can you can avoid contributing to the deluge of inbox litter.

1st May 2009
In these 60 really useful minutes John Curwen of Freedom Business Coaching will inspire you to work on your business and not in it

8th May 2009
60 Really Useful Minutes with David Hunt – Green is the new black.  Reducing your waste and cutting your energy usage not only saves the environment, but it saves your pocket too. This 60 Really Useful Minutes will show you six practical ways to going green and cutting your bills.

15th May 2009
60 Really Useful Minutes with Neil Ogilvie – Contracts are the lifeblood of every business and yet, it is surprising how little many businesses know about contract law.  This 60 Really Useful Minutes will show you how to protect your business and use contract law to your advantage.

22nd May 2009
Bryan Adams from design and web company Ph Creative will give you an insight into their internet marketing process from attracting more volume of visitors, capturing their interest and engaging with them in a pro-active manner afterwards to turn them into clients.

”Attract, Capture, Engage’ is what serves their customers well and continues to deliver results.

You will learn about:

  • Pay Per Click Advertising
  • Search Engine Optimisation
  • Understand your audience and give them what they really want
  • Using Landing / Squeeze pages to stack the odds in your favour
  • Build online relationships
  • Sell more now and in the future

29th May 2009
Cash is king! Getting paid has never been so important. In these 60 Really Useful Minutes, Jenny Esau of Credit Management Group UK will show you how to improve your cash flow, reduce your risk to bad debt and protect your profit, all in a customer focused way, so you will get paid more quickly whilst keeping a good business relationship with your customers so they continue to trade with you.
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Book your place now by emailing events@liverpoolchamber.org.uk

Be sure to tell us which event you want to attend, who you are, who you work for and your nature of business plus contact details.

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