We’ve all heard the story about how any actor could be connected to Kevin Bacon through “six degrees of separation.” This concept of connectedness was popularized in 1994. The same could be said for any of us – that the people we most want to connect with are no more than six steps away through relationships. Some believe that it’s not six steps, but as few as two!
Come learn how a senior marketing executive in transition was able to meet almost 250 people, face-to-face, in just five months as he pursued his job search. Speaker Barry Curewitz will share the specific strategies, tools and tactics he used to generate such phenomenal results. You will leave this discussion with a solid blueprint that lays-out exactly what you need to do to meet the people who can really help you achieve your career goals!
Don’t miss this practical, “real-world” and exciting presentation. Seats are limited, so register now!
Here are the details:
DATE: Thursday, September 19, 2013
TIME: 9:00am to 11:30am
SPONSOR: Career Potential, LLC
PRESENTER: Barry Curewitz, Senior Marketing Executive and Business Leader
FACILITATOR: Ford R. Myers, President, Career Potential, LLC
INVESTMENT: $25.00, pay with your online registration
WHO: Everyone is welcome!
LOCATION: Radnor Financial Center, 150 N. Radnor-Chester Road, Suite F-200, Radnor, PA
REGISTRATION: Advanced registration is required and seats are limited. Visit http://www.careerpotential.com/signup, or call 1--649-1778.
DIRECTIONS: Visit http://www.careerpotential.com/directions_radnor.htm
QUESTIONS: Call [masked] or email "contact at careerpotential dot.com"
About the presenter:
Barry Curewitz is a Senior Marketing Executive and Business Leader with more than 20 years of experience accelerating revenue growth for consumer brands. He has generated more than $500 million in revenue with Campbell Soup, Johnson & Johnson, Lenox and Warner-Lambert. Barry holds BS and MBA degrees, and he has taught at the Fox School of Business at Temple University and the LeBow College of Business at Drexel University. His articles have been published in Marketing Management, Advertising Age, Chief Marketer, MarketingProfs and Marketing Daily.