Melbourne, Australia (PressExposure) July 27, 2009 -- Even though the global economy is experiencing the most significant downturn in years, that doesn't mean it's impossible for small-mid size businesses to generate new sales and increase profits.
It is widely known that during periods of economic downturn more innovations are conceived and more business owners have made their fortunes, than in comparable times of economic stability or prosperity. Gains made by companies during these challenging times have often resulted from new products/services, retaining best customers and effectively tapping into new business ventures.
In fact, according to Rhondalynn Korolak, author of âOn The Shoulders of Giantsâ and Managing Director of Imagineering Unlimited, âdownturns can actually serve as an ideal time for businesses to experiment with unconventional and creative ways to boost sales and gain market shareâ.
In a presentation that will leave you energized and excited about the tools you have learned to grow your business, Rhondalynn Korolak and Ben Angel (author of âSleeping Your Way to The Top in Businessâ and Managing Director of Nationwide Networking ) will reveal profitable business strategies, untapped sales secrets and little known marketing ideas that will help set local Melbourne businesses apart from their competition.
They will reveal 17 proven ways to ensure that your business not only survives, but thrives, despite the economic downturn:
Date: Thursday, August 20th Time: 7am â 9am breakfast Cost: $55 South Melbourne Bus Association members, $75 non-members Venue: Penthouse Suite, Spotlight Centre, 111 Cecil Street, South Melbourne Parking: FREE underground â enter off Market Street More Information: http://www.imagineeringunlimited.com or http://www.southmelbourne.com
This event offers also an unprecedented opportunity for small business owners to network with C level executives of some of Melbourneâs most prominent corporations and organizations â Spotlight, Palace Cinemas, Victorian State Emergency Services, Grand Prix Corporation, Lighthouse Foundation, The PAS Group etc.