Hermanisms and Maryland Small Business Development
The Maryland Small Business Development Center Network and/or the U.S. Small Business Administration are presenting the following conference. I have already attended a previous conference and picked up some good Hermanisms and thought that you, too, might like to attend.
77 Time-Tested Proven Secrets for "Getting Back on Track"
An Event of the Maryland Small Business Development Center Network. In This Recession, Are You Making Money or Wasting Time? This conference will provide existing business owners and aspiring entrepreneurs with resources needed to make money in this shrinking economy. If you are serious about getting ahead in this environment, RSVP now. You WILL leave this event with a book, a workbook and how to stay alive until the future you want arrives! The event is free. You have no reason not to attend. Register today.
Multiple dates/locations available:
- Friday, Aug. 27th 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Prince George's Plaza Community Center, Hyattsville Event Sponsored by Rep. Donna Edwards (4th Dist.)
- Monday, Aug. 30th 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM The Conference Center at the Maritime Institute (CCMIT), Next to BWI Airport Event Sponsored by Rep. John Sarbanes (3rd Dist.) & The Conference Center at the Maritime Institute (CCMIT)
- For More Information & to Register: www.mdsbdc.umd.edu/gettingbackontrack
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Tuition-Free; Seating is Limited.
ABOUT THE KEYNOTE SPEAKERS:
John Hermanhas become a national success founding more than 20 companies, buying/selling more than 300 businesses, and serving as a turn-around expert for over 1,000 firms. The products he developed were named "Products of the Year" in Popular Mechanics magazine. The Innkeeper Tales and Hermanisms: Axioms for Business & Life are two books written by Herman. He is a nationally recognized professional speaker, traveling to 41 different States.
Russell Teter has worked with over 10,000 individuals helping them to improve their lives by expanding their business or beginning an entrepreneurial journey. Three of the last five "Maryland Small Business Person of the Year" are his clients. He is the 2010 "Maryland Minority Business Champion of the Year" and has authored many articles including The 8 Attitudes to Be a Successful Entrepreneur and Do you own your business or does your business own you?
The Maryland SBDCProgram is funded in part through a Cooperative Agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration. All opinions, conclusions or recommendations expressed are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the SBA. The support given by the U.S. Small Business Administration through such funding does not constitute an express or implied endorsement of any of the cosponsors' or participants' opinions, products, or services. All of SBA's programs and services are extended to the public on a nondiscriminatory basis.