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“There are few rites of Spring more satisfying than the annual clean.” - Martha Stewart
Now that Spring has officially sprung (and Q1 has just ended), take a look at your business. Does it need a good “shaking out?”
Are things running as smoothly as they could? Are there some aspects of your business that have been overlooked or neglected during the cold winter months?
Growth-Driven Entrepreneurs Worldwide has got the solution for you! We are back at eBay Headquarters to bring you an exciting Panel Discussion with experts in the areas where you can massively declutter, streamline, and protect to free up your time so that you can focus on the growth of your business.
This is not a typical panel discussion where you sit through the bulk of the time listening while a panel talks; it is going to be an interactive experience where we set aside a large chunk of time for Q&A.
So, Come ready with your questions for our panel!
It’s time to knock off the dust and get your business ready for Spring success that will carry you throughout the rest of the year!
“It’s a good thing.” - Martha Stewart
You will walk away with:
1. Your questions bring answered by a panel of small business experts.
2. Tips to help your business perform efficiently to free up your time.
3. Ways to identify which areas of your business you work on to future-proof your business.
4. Meaningful new connections to collaborate with.
5. New tools and tactics which to incorporate into your system and processes.
Meet our panel of experts!
Liz Lajoie, helps creative entrepreneurs get their finances in order and mentally prepared for growth, so they can achieve their biggest dreams and create massive change in the world. She guides new and not-so-new entrepreneurs to step fully into the role of CEO and get the most out of their business. She specializes in financial management and strategic decision-making, helping her clients leverage their business success, translate it to personal financial fulfillment, and build a financial strategy for all areas of their lives. She understands how hard it can be to juggle the demands of entrepreneurship and knows having a financial guide on your side can make all the difference.
Liz has spent over 15 years working with small business owners, honing her skills in financial management for entrepreneurs who “sell their brain” for a living. Along the way, she earned an MBA, learned exactly what it takes to be successful as an entrepreneur, and how to help people find their particular version of money Zen. Liz’s passion is helping creative entrepreneurs fully enjoy the process of business building based on a strong financial foundation, one that supports their personal lives and their desire to give back.
David Bensinger, PhD
Owner, Bensinger Technology
David Bensinger started Bensinger Technology in 2009 with the goal of setting a new standard of service for IT support for small and medium sized businesses. Prior to founding Bensinger Technology, David worked at Deloitte Consulting where he consulted to some of the the largest corporations in the world. David earned a PhD in Brain and Cognitive Sciences from the University of Rochester's Center for Visual Science, specializing in how people process information. He applies that study to the field of IT, helping people and businesses interact with technology.
Ben Chiriboga, Esq.
Ben Chiriboga is a business lawyer who helps agencies and consultancies serve with their clients and protect their businesses as outside general counsel combining tech, process and people for 21st century legal advice. When Ben isn't lawyering, you can find him advising today's most cutting-edge legal technology companies on grow, marketing and sales.
Maiko Sakai, the founder of Airtight Concepts, is a business growth strategy consultant a.k.a. secret weapon, confidant, advisor & silent partner to her 7-figure clients who are creative entrepreneurs, founders, and CEOs.
She also organizes a Meetup group, Growth-Driven Entrepreneurs Worldwide.
As a self-proclaimed “Queen of Counterintuitive Strategies,” she provides effective but not-so-conventional strategies to boost sustainable profitability for her clients’ businesses by utilizing both quantitative & qualitative assessments.
Originally from Yokohama, Japan, Maiko considers herself a New Yorker, loves ethnic foods of all kinds, and is a sucker for ultra-contemporary design & exotic houseplants. She earned her MBA from Johnson School of Management, Cornell University.
Find out more: www.maikosakai.com
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