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DEC Presents: How to Grow and Sell Your Business, But Keep Your Sanity

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DEC Presents: How to Grow and Sell Your Business, But Keep Your Sanity

Join us Thursday, March 19, 2015 from 11:00 AM to noon.


Entrepreneurship is really hard! Each year Americans start one million new businesses, nearly 80 percent of which fail within the first five years. The immense pressure that entrepreneurs face to survive – let alone GROW – is enough to annihilate the faint of heart. The never-ending hamster wheel of “sell it-do it, sell it-do it” leaves them exhausted, frustrated, and struggling to get ahead no matter how many hours they work.

Like most entrepreneurs, Andrew Moon knows this life well. His entrepreneurial roots go back to age 8 when he started his first business. Coming off the sale of his latest company, Network Logix, he will share his success story on how to achieve triple-digit growth, dominate a niche, and building a raving-fan, loyal client base. He will also share tips on how to avoid the tedious game of “Whack-A-Mole” that most entrepreneurs call daily life.

You Will Learn:

• The #1 business strategy that propelled triple digit sales for 3 successive years

• Ruthless Productivity tips that allow you to multiply your efforts

• How to avoid the five most common frustrations of running a business

• Guaranteed ways to propel explosive growth while keeping your sanity

Presenter: Andrew Moon, a serial entrepreneur who has launched and run three successful businesses of his own over the last 22 years, is the founder of Orange Nomad, a unique business consultancy that takes a progressive approach to educating small businesses and entrepreneurs on all things digital. He is the author of “Insider Technology Secrets That Will Make Your Business Run Better And More Profitably”. The seat of his passion has always been the entrepreneurial spirit, which drives him to bring the technology and business philosophies of “The Big Guys” into small business. He firmly believes that technology and strategy are the keys to keeping small business relevant in the competitive, global economy. His goal is to guide small businesses in implementing their business mission, while aligning their digital strategy to meet that mission.

Location: The Dublin Entrepreneurial Center is located at 565 Metro Place South, Suite 300, Dublin, Ohio 43017. For more information visit our website ( or even better join the conversation on twitter, ( facebook (, or LinkedIn (