Some persevered and others found creative ways of managing through obstacles thrown their way, but no business was built to face the challenges this year would bring. Unprecedented times lead to staffing threats, a break in the supply chain, and issues with cash flow. We’ve all been tasked with being flexible and finding new ways to adapt. In this free small business webinar series, we will bring together experts from various fields, providing timely strategies and tactics that you can implement to overcome the economic challenges of 2020.
Let us help you discover ways to meet the changing needs of your business.
15 Ways to Grow Your Business in 2021
Tuesday, December 8, 2020 | 6:00 -7:15 PM ET
What separates those businesses that survive and thrive during economic upheavals, pandemics, and anything else that comes their way? This webinar explores the best practices of small businesses that have stood the test of time. Someone once said that the definition of business insanity is doing the same things over-and-over, and expecting different results. That’s not the path we will take in this dynamic webinar. You will get the insights you need to ensure your business efforts keep your business moving forward into 2021 and beyond. If you own a business or are contemplating starting one—this webinar is for you!
Meet Our Panel
Dennis Barnett, President, “Propinquity Associates” Business and Management Consulting
Dennis Barnett is President of “Propinquity Associates” Business and Management Consulting. Propinquity Associates specializes in Knowledge Management and People Development. “We provide support to any business interested in achieving improved results to their business using the resources they have available.” Before forming Propinquity Associates, Dennis Barnett worked for Champion International Corporation as a Director of Technology and Knowledge Transfer focusing in on Knowledge Management, Competitive Intelligence, Intellectual Property Management, Intellectual Capital Management, Idea Generation and other aspects of Organizational Development. He holds a Master of Science Degree from Fordham University in Analytical and Inorganic Chemistry and a Bachelor of Science Degree from Herbert H. Lehman College in Chemistry.
Christine Regan, Founder, Redlake Marketing
Christine is a seasoned business professional with three decades of experience in all aspects of management, marketing/advertising including strategic planning, media planning and placement, design, copywriting and developing content for direct mail and social media. Christine founded Redlake Marketing, where she developed award-winning marketing campaigns for a diverse national client base. She earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration from Ramapo College of New Jersey and she is a veteran of the United States Army Military Intelligence Reserve Corps.
David Dirks, VP of Marketing, HVCU
David is Vice President of Marketing for HVCU. He is the co-author of the book “The New Marketing Analytics: A CMO’s Guide to Harnessing Traditional and Big Data to Drive Business Results” (2016). His latest book in this series, “The New Sales Analytics” will be published in early 2021.
Your Guide to Harnessing Data for Competitive Advantage.
Previously recorded on Thursday, October 29, 2020
Your Guide to Successful Sales Tactics.
Previously recorded on Tuesday, September 22, 2020
Your Guide to Marketing During a Global Pandemic
Previously recorded on Tuesday, August 18, 2020