follow us:Google+FacebookLinkedInTwitterVimeoRSS Feeds

advertisement

Events Calendar

Central PA Small Business Week Kick Off Event: "Tap Into the Network"

When

Monday, May. 21, 2012
4:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Where

Troegs Brewing Company 200 E. Hersheypark Drive Hershey, PA 17033 Directions

Description

Join us as we kick-off Central PA Small Business Week with what promises to be a truly unique information/networking event.

On Monday, May 21, the new Troegs Brewing Company facility in Hershey plays host to small business executives from across the midstate.

The afternoon starts off with:
"Is there a Buy Button in the Human Brain?" with speaker Dean Minuto.
Dean coaches CEOs and their teams to hear YES faster and more often from the people they are trying to influence. Through his work as SalesBrain East Coast Partner, Dean teaches this summary course in brain science that CEOs have been applying immediately to their Sales and Marketing efforts. Dean's accomplishments include:
• 9,000 CEOs and sales executives personally trained since 1992
• 300 workshops on better sales messaging in the last three years alone
• 20 years of identifying sales best practices
• 4.9 average rating on 5 point scale from CEOs attending workshops
• 1 simple guide you can use to get to YES faster

Then we move to the new Tasting Room for:
"Tap into the Network"
Sample the latest beers and new food offerings in the middle of the Troegs state-of-the-art, 100 barrel brewhouse. Network with small business owners and take a self-guided tour of the brewery.

THERE WILL BE A LIMITED NUMBER OF TICKETS SOLD.

Click HERE for complete details on all Small Business Week events, editorial coverage and contests.

Contact Information

Beth Feltenberger bethf@journalpub.com Central Penn Business Journal 1500 Paxton Street Harrisburg, PA 17104 Phone: 717-236-4300 Fax: 717-236-6803


Advanced search
advertisement
  
  
e-newsletter signups

SIGN-UP HERE!

advertisement
  
Current Issue
As Wolfgang Candy rebuilds, manufacturer adds products

West Shore market boosting startup eateries

Pension reform, privatization left undone


  
advertisement
Back to Top