Join Debbey Ryan for the Queen of Networking Round Table Summit
Networking is not supposed to be a painful form of torture, as per the Queen of Networking Debbey Ryan. Join her for the Queen of Networking Round Table Summit held on November 18. Deadline for seminar reservation is November 10.
Attendance includes business owners, sales representatives (inside and outside sales), realtors, and customer service employees. First you will have fun, after all networking is suppose to be fun and if you’re not enjoying it everyone who is in the room can tell. You will leave with tried and true ways to network, feel comfortable going into a room where you don’t know anyone, learn how to start a conversation, and participate in real live networking during the seminar.
The seminar will be held in the back room at LaFonda's (11 am to 2 pm). Cost for the seminar, lunch and your choice of one beverage is $45.00.
There are only 25 seats left! If you plan to attend this event you must fax (337-993-8509) or email Debbey Ryan (
) the registration form. Seats are held on a first come first serve basis and your seat cannot be held without your form and payment.
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