Baltimore, MD (PressExposure) August 29, 2009 -- LFMpire workshops, a training company for budding entrepreneurs, is announcing their Autumn 2009 LFMpire Builders workshop. This is where the students are equipped with the keys to build an effective online business, even in the midst of a recession. LFMpire Builders workshop is not a 2 year commitment to a University degree but is a 3-day intensive seminar to enable you to start a business online, or to extend your existing business on the Internet. The seminar is designed for those with drive and enthusiasm to build a successful business. The workshop offers training from 6 highly respected Internet Marketers and the opportunity to learn directly from the trainers. You will discover where your skills lie and how you can interact with both the trainers and your fellow students to form effective business partnerships within the online world.
âLFMpire Builders workshop will equip you with the tools and resources needed to start your own business online and progress it to give you a solid income,â said Robert Puddy, CEO of LFMpire Builders. âThis program was specifically designed to help those who want a new income which doesnât depend on the stock market or house prices. They will get a business to call their own.â
There are six trainers at the workshop. They are Donna Fox âthe Persuader,â Dave Lakhani âThe art of getting what you want,â Jennie Armato âHead Coach and Trainer of Web Business Academy,â Soren Jordansen âDominates clickbank,â Robert Puddy âThe Money is in the list,â and one speaker whose identity we are keeping secret for the moment.
Program participants will receive 3 days of intensive training giving a powerful insight of how to run an Internet company and what the results can be like. During the meal times and evenings there will be the opportunity to talk both to the speakers and to other students to form mutually beneficial business relationships.
The group is limited to 180 participants.
For more information, go to [http://lfmpireworkshops.com]. Questions can be directed to Robert Puddy at (210) 745 1950 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org