Blog Bonus: Complimentary Growth Strategies Webinar

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Are you a CEO or B2B marketing executive who still feels worried, this overwhelmed or unprepared for the economic recovery? 
If so, this program will help.

My latest webinar, hosted by Penn State University’s Institute for the Study of Business Markets, outlines four innovative, customer-centric strategies that successful companies such as Zappos, Beryl, and BMC Software are using to help them thrive in today’s volatile, time-starved marketplace.

Listen to this session to help you:

•  Increase confidence in your market and growth potential
•  Transform employee and customer mindshare into greater market share
•   Expand solution options
•   Boost your company’s innovation and customer retention activities.

Click here for the replay. You can also download the presentation on this special page.

Please post your comments here and let me know what you think.

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