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Business Performance Workshop Set to Hold in Owerri

If you have ever wanted to increase your business output and performance,  start your business but lack the skills to do so and/or want to change your job or move from one career to another, then you need to attend the How To Increase Business Performance and Career Shift Workshop holding this Saturday in Owerri.
REMEMBER, businesses don’t fail, only strategies do and everything you will ever need is on the other side of fear. Join Dr Cally Cussons (an international business consultant and business development strategist) as he safely leads you to the other side of fear through proven strategies to:

1.      Generating viable innovative business ideas
2.     Career Shift techniques
3.     Powerful Marketing Techniques
4.    Tips and Tools to start a great 2016

DATE- Saturday 13th February, 2016
VENUE- Sean Cussons Consulting Ultra-Modern lecture hall, No 10 Mbari Street Owerri, Imo State.
TIME- 10am door closes at 11am
FEE- N10, 000 only
(You will go home with 500 Samples of Business Plan)

Pay into
Sean Cussons Business School
Diamond Bank Plc.
Account Number – 0035975477


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