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Value of free business education and building partnerships - Member Stories

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2006-07-12 11:30:28
Value of free business education and building partnerships

Steve Prior of http://www.marketingdoc.co.uk says ‘I have gained greatly by the free seminar events and have put in place a number of initiatives which are helping my business right now. These include the presentations from Chris Bose on Web development, Phil Calvert on selling seminars & Jim Cronin on motivation.’
He adds ‘Establishing a relationship with a new client I met at NRG easily paid for my membership and I have set up several meetings which look as though they will become win/win joint ventures.’

Elaine Gold also benefited from Chris Bose’s seminar on optimising websites.

You have to be an NRG member to attend the free seminars but NRG are strong believers in doing all they can to support the growth of member companies.

Posted by Dave Clarke at 11:30:28, 12 Jul 06
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