Creating a Business Advantage, by the Washington Business Journal

Todd Rhoden, Account Executive – Audience Development, Washington Business Journal will teach young professionals how to grow their business, whether you are the owner or you work for someone else.

Attendees will learn shortcuts, timesavers and inside tips on how to get more qualified leads and grow. Discover how to stay connected to the local business community, promote your company and find opportunities. using the journal's paper, website, daily email alerts, and dozen of events. Subscribers to the WBJ get an added benefit , access to the 7000 companies in the online database - Todd will show us how to utilize this.

Since May 2012 Todd has flourished in sales and marketing with the Washington Business Journal. For the past 9-months, he has ranked as one of the top new business account executives in the nation across 43 markets. Todd also represents the Washington Business Journal at 12 Chambers of Commerce in Northern, VA as well as at numerous networking associations. Prior to this, he worked as an insurance agent and a sports reporter. Todd receive a Political Science Degree in 2007 from Millsaps College in Jackson, MS. He continued his education at Southeastern Louisiana University in Hammond, LA graduating in 2010 with a Masters in Business Administration with a concentration in Marketing. He is a former All State and All Conference football player. However, his proudest accomplishments were winning a Conference Championship Ring as an assistant football coach and a Gold Medal as a member of Team USA Football at only 18 years old. Todd was born in Metairie, LA. He graduated high school in 2002 from Isidore Newman located only 15 minutes from the French Quarter.

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    A former member

    It was a great event! Todd showed us all of the ways we can utilize the WBJ for our businesses and to do it quickly.

    February 13, 2013

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