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This is going to be a working, interactive, hands-on workshop. Walk in with a dream and walk out with a step-by-step plan to grow your business.
You’re running a business, even though no one ever trained you to be a CEO. So you’re figuring it out as you go along...but how do you grow FASTER? Stop reinventing the wheel; come and learn from a Harvard MBA who’s managed $200+ Million businesses.
Like many entrepreneurs, your training is in your craft, whether you’re a creative person, a technical expert, or a specialist. Evan will make you into a better CEO, putting your company on the fast track to explosive revenue and profit growth.
From this content-packed session, you’ll gain:
The top 3 secrets of successful CEO’s, so you can reach more people, and make more money, faster & smarter. Evan’s “CEO Workbook,” so you can apply the secrets to YOUR business during our interactive training. New techniques to bring in more customers, more authentically, than ever before. The secret way CEO’s get it all done, without being overwhelmed, while staying focused on growth.
Evan Horowitz, Presenter
Business Advisor & Founder, Evan Horowitz Advising
Evan empowers entrepreneurs and business owners to grow their businesses faster and smarter. He works with talented, driven business owners whose dreams are bigger than their business experience. Clients benefit from Evan’s Harvard MBA and 10+ years of achieving extraordinary growth, managing hundred-million dollar businesses in multiple industries. Evan’s expertise helps his clients achieve extraordinary growth in the fastest, smartest way.
In the first 10 years of his career, Evan worked with global giants including Samsung, Macy’s, Walmart and Costco. He started working with smaller businesses when his aunt began asking his advice for her clothing boutique. After their first year working together, his aunt’s revenues increased by 50% and her profit doubled!
Get Evan’s free Business Tips and watch his 1-min intro video at http://www.ehadvising.com
This event is sponsored be the Asian American / Asian Research Institute (http://www.aaari.info), CUNY