Build a Solid, Principle-Driven, Authentic Business that Will Flourish and Endure

South Burlington, VT (PressExposure) September 10, 2009 --’s founder and CIO (Chief Inspiration Officer) Michael Angier, along with Allyn Cutts, will be hosting The SuccessNet Summit in Dallas, Texas November 6-8, 2009.

Angier and Cutts will share the platform with business and marketing experts from around the country. The event is for entrepreneurs, small business owners and independent professionals. Those in attendance will learn how to move out and up from the current recession, build key business networks, as well as participate in and witness “hot seats” where entrepreneurs receive custom advice from the expert panel.

Speakers include: Michael Angier, Vermont Allyn Cutts, Pennsylvania Glenn Dietzel, Ontario G Marshall Johnson, North Carolina Rick Raddatz, Colorado Asha Tyson, Michigan Carrie Wilkerson, Texas

There will also be a panel of several other experts to assist in the "Hot Seat" brainstorming process.

SuccessNet's founder said, “This event is especially designed for small business owners and entrepreneurs who are serious about growing their businesses. Business experts will all be sharing proven principles, solid strategies and tested tactics to not only increase profits quickly but build a solid, enduring business as well—a world class business.”

SuccessNet has over 97,000 subscribers from around the globe. Since it was founded in 1995, it has become one of the largest and most trusted online resources for personal and professional development. Listed as one of the top three most-visited personal development and business success sites on the web, SuccessNet provides practical information, resources and ideas for small business growth.

The company is dedicated to helping great people and great companies become even better. To find out more, go to


Dawn Angier
USPS PO Box 2048
South Burlington,
VT 05407 USA

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Press Release Submitted On: September 10, 2009 at 1:13 am
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