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Get Connected at Local Business Network - Troy Summit - Power Networking
LBN Troy Summit Greetings Power Networkers and Friends of LBN Troy Summit: Please join us for our power networking event on Thursday, November 15th: Sandler Training - The Meier Group 100 W. Big Beaver Road, Suite 100, Troy, MI Our next meeting is Thursday, November 15th. Walk-in/informal networking is from 7:45 am to 8:00 am. We start the meeting promptly at 8:00 am and end at 9:00 am. You are welcome to attend. All we ask is that you please contact Glenn Clark at [masked] so we can make sure there is enough seating to include you. We encourage people to leverage our connections to grow their businesses. It's more than just networking, it's power networking. Come see. Thank you for reading, and we'll see you at the Summit! Glenn Clark, Chapter President LBN - Troy Summit

Sandler Training

100 West Big Beaver Road · Troy, MI

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    Supportive group for business owners, executives and entrepreneurs (http://search.tb.ask.com/search/GGmain.jhtml?p2=%5EXP%5Expt303%5EYYA%5Eus&n=781C276A&st=hp&ptb=1372F463-936C-4A19-B665-01B682426E4A&qs=&si=tvshowinsider&ts=1457730092443&tpr=sc&searchfor=entrepreneurs&ots=1457730118302) to discuss issues and opportunities they face in their businesses. Having a peer support group like this can be of great benefit in reaching your business goals. Group participants will share issues/opportunities with the group and invite questions to clarify and invite advice from other group members. A sampling of possible issues: how can I more effectively network to achieve my business goals, should I be using social media and how, how am I getting in the way of my own success, can other group members refer me to meaningful business contacts, should I be outsourcing parts of my business, how can I get more clients/customers, what parts of my business do I like best (or do best), what parts do I not like or do well, here's my business strategy - what do you think, should I have liability insurance, should I build my business to the point where I'll need to start hiring employees or should I stay an independent sole proprietor practitioner, should I be organized as a sole proprietorship or LLC, etc. The assumption is that most, if not all, participants will have service businesses. Ideal participants are business owners who are open to give-and-take discussion in a group and are trustworthy, respectful, caring, and can keep group discussions confidential.

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