Hi BWD Members,
I changed the title of this MeetUp to see if it will grip you and entice you to RSVP right now -:)
November's topic: Marketing, Selling and Legal to grow your BIZ
Our 3 member panel will deep dive the group into Legal, Marketing and Sales Funnel instruction with real life situations that you can apply to your business.
Don't think small, think tall and turn your business into a system that delivery's results.
LEGAL / Elizabeth Lewis, Attorney
Marketing, financing, protecting your intellectual property - it all comes into play when you are running a business. Having the right contracts in place, understanding intellectual property law basics, and knowing how to protect your business can ensure that you have profits today and tomorrow.
Elizabeth Lewis is an attorney who comes from an IT background holding a Master of Science in Computer Information Technology. She works with small businesses, with an emphasis on software, e-commerce, mobile apps, and social media companies and the consultants who work with these companies.
MARKETING / Bethany Siegler, Marketing Guru
How to talk to clients to determine what they need/ want/ think they want but really need something else (marketing). Bethany Siegler, of UniqueThink Online Marketing and Web Design, helps to build your complete online presence. She can create your new WordPress website/blog, improve an existing site's marketing/usability, develop your integrative social media/email marketing strategy, and help you establish marketing partnerships. Bethany can be found at UniqueThink.com.
SALES / Michael Rodriguez, AnatomyWeb Design Agency
Michael Rodriguez HATES to sell. That's why he doesn't. With 10 years of experience selling software for other companies Michael now sells his own digitial agency services by only working with the customers he loves.
Michael will walk you through a sales funnel that helps you organize your leads and turn them into clients you want to keep.
Elianna, Nathan, Sue and Michael
* Space is limited RSVP now!
** The MeetUp charge will go toward refreshments