You've got a great idea that will change your life, your company…maybe even the world.
Now what? How will you get funded? How do you translate lab perfection into real-world profit? How should you go to market? Etc. etc. etc.
I'll work with you to answer such questions and then implement the answers.
"Mary rolls up her sleeves to provide what's needed for success, from initial analysis to launch."Mike Marett, EVP, Numerex
Mar 18, 2014
My colleague (client, mentor, long-time friend) Al Hahn and I are partnering for our third workshop. We’ll be deep-diving into social media, including the implications of the survey of ASP (Association of Support Professionals) we recently completed members, and giving examples of what works, what doesn’t and what has—in some cases—just downright flopped. Among other topics, we’ll be discussing SLAs for social media (14% of respondents in the ASP survey have published SLAs for social media.)
Al and I consider ourselves founding members of the No BS Club. We don’t believe in magical thinking (Build it and they will come! Social Media is THE answer!) and we don’t do consultant happy talk. We’ve even been known to disagree on
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