Award-Winning Business Coach Releases Recession Proof Guide On How To Skyrocket Profits Without Advertising

Central Milton Keynes, United Kingdom (PressExposure) January 12, 2009 -- With countries worldwide acknowledging that they are in a recession,and customers watching every penny that they spend, bringing in more business can mean the difference between success and failure these days.

However, cash flow is also very tight for a lot of businesses these days.

So they need to bring in more business to survive...but they can’t afford to shell out a lot of money for advertising - which has no guarantee of return anyway.

That’s where award-winning business coach and business owner Wendy Hearn of [] comes in.

A business owner for over 20 years, Hearn has coached other business owners for over 10 years and helped them to develop strategies for growing a successful company.

Business owners are concerned about the impact the recession is having on their business. They want to survive, but aren't sure what they need to do to get more customers in, according to Hearn. They're looking for ideas that are simple but work and produce results.

That’s why she created the guide, How To Get More Business With No Costs.

It's the first in a series of guides that she has written, on how to recession-proof your business.

Her guide shows business owners how to bring in more business, increase sales, close a higher percentage of sales, get word-of-mouth advertising, and many other profit-increasing tips - without spending a cent on advertising.

I’m a qualified coach who is trained to develop business people to run their business successfully, Hearn said. What I teach people is not just theory; as a business owner these are ideas I use in my business and with my clients.

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About Wendy Hearn Coaching

Wendy Hearn has been a business owner for over 20 years and coaching other business owners for over 10 years helping them to develop strategies for growing a successful company.

Wendy is an award winning businesswoman; At the Women in Enterprise Awards 2001 she was named Small Business Consolidator, sponsored by Barclays Bank plc and The Millennium Woman as the candidate who has made an outstanding contribution to business and who encompasses the role of an enterprising woman forging success in this Millennium.

She is a Graduate of Coach training with Coach U, and Business and Corporate Coach training with Corporate Coach U

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Press Release Submitted On: January 12, 2009 at 3:44 pm
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