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How to "Make More Money" Calabar - John Etim Bassey

One thing is for sure, Every body wants more. No one can ever say no to more money, including YOU. Whoever says otherwise is either lying or pretending to have money. I have never met a billionaire who wasn't actively looking for ways to make more money.

The first rule to making more money is to "KNOW WHERE THE MONEY IS"

Join me and other Speakers at the Executive Boardroom of Monty suites, Calabar, on the 1st of August for an Executive Coaching Session on how to increase your profits by 60% in 3months.

This Make More Money session is strictly for CEOs who want to grow their business profits. There will be a network session with High networth individuals and Representatives from Calabar Big Five Companies later that evening.

To register call Ogban on 07036692003. ONLY 30SEATS AVAILABLE. First 10early birds get a discount and a copy of my book "so you want to be your own boss"

Don't Miss this opportunity

cheers

JEB.
CEO JEBnet.
(Jobs, Enterprise and Business Networks.)

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