Our sponsors, Wells Fargo Bank and Savannah Morning News join us in inviting you to attend this premier business event on May 27, at the Savannah Morning News Auditorium, 1375 Chatham Parkway, Savannah, Ga. from 8:00 to 1:00. Registration and table options begin at 8:00, accompanied by a great breakfast and followed by our fast paced program from 8:30 to 1:00, with a lunch and guest speaker.
Speed mentoring allows attendees to meet face to face with several of our top subject matter experts for 25 minute sessions. If your problem is deciding which of the topics to select, have no fear because each attendee will depart with a tip sheet from each of the ten experts on ideas you can put to use in your business immediately. After the round table discussions,participants can enjoy lunch and hear Bea Wray, Executive Director of the Creative Coast entertain us with a spirited talk on “Raising the Bar”.
Here’s why you should attend—your business is calling.
*Ernestine Murray, SCORE Mentor
TOPIC: Building Your Business One Sale at a Time
*Connie Edwards, Business Consultant, SBDC
TOPIC: Creating and Building a Winning Business Plan
*Ken Zapp,PhD, Business Teacher and Analyst, Professor and SCORE Mentor
TOPIC: Cash Flow, Your Business Lifeblood
*Noah Yaughn, Owner, Arc Media Group, Savannah
TOPIC: The Increasing Value of Social Media Marketing
*Kyle Hensel, Area Director, SBDC
TOPIC: Search Engine Marketing (SEM) and Search Engine Optimization (SEO)
*Diana Morrison, President, Advertising and Specialty Services
TOPIC: Customer Relations, Turning Customers into Clients
*Marjorie Young, President, Carriage Trade PR, Past President SCORE Savannah
TOPIC: The Power of Public Relations
*Rue Reynolds, Owner, Barks-Upscale Pet Boarding
TOPIC: Ask a Successful New Entrepreneur
*Stacy Jennings, Marketing Director, Savannah Morning News
TOPIC: How to Advertise Like a Pro
*Stephen George, Vice-President, SBDC
TOPIC: Finding the Money
Register ASAP as spaces are filling rapidly. In your business, quality is not expensive—it is priceless. Consider this— VISION to see; FAITH to believe; COURAGE to do. This SCORE/SBDC seminar will address the first two points. The last one is yours.
SCORE is a non-profit organization funded by government grants and private donations. SCORE is a resource partner of the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA), dedicated to helping the small business community through no-fee mentoring and small business counseling. SCORE members volunteer their time and considerable business expertise to help coach the next generation of entrepreneurs. SCORE boasts 370 chapters and 13,000 members nationwide. The SCORE office is located at 111 Liberty Street in Savannah, GA. Website, www.savannah.score.org . 912-652-4335.