Conference Teaches the Best in Online and Offline Businesses Strategies to Those that Want to Break out in Business

East Peoria, Illinios (PressExposure) May 14, 2009 -- “With a Combination of Online and Offline Marketing Techniques, Businesses Can Find Success Among the Stiff Competition of the Marketplace.”

Peoria, IL. A group of successful Peoria women are making it easier for people to navigate the hurdles of succeeding in business. As experts of both online and offline strategies, the women hope to help others on the path to success in the quickest way possible.

Mini Tech Conferences is pleased to announce their first conference, which will be hosted in Peoria, IL on July 23, 2009. The conference will be run by Doris Symonds,

Christy Taylor, and Tammy Finch. All three women plan to share their personal strategies that allowed them to get ahead in the business world. The conference is going to discuss website strategies, building a solid online presence, and offline networking strategies. With the wealth of information provided, business people will be able to break out into the online world and solidify leads for their business.

The strategies that will be provided are the same ones the women used when building their own businesses. They have been out in the trenches already, and now they are able to share the knowledge they learned with others who are interested in succeeding in the business world.

Those who attend the conference will be able to learn how to use the internet to their advantage. The internet has proven to be a recession proof business model, which is why so many businesses are turning to it. However, unless people know how to succeed online, they will run into a great deal of problems. The mini tech conference is meant to help people learn how to navigate through the obstacles they will face so they can become successful. However, while the internet is an advantage to gaining exposure, offline networking is also critical to the marketing efforts of a business. Both combined, bring true success to the overall marketing campaign.

The women that are running the conference are well known in central Illinois, not only being successful business women, but for helping others succeed as well. Doris Symonds is the president of T.A.L.K. (Teaching and Learning for Knowledge). Symonds helps women start businesses and become successful through networking strategies that are proven to work.

Christy Taylor is the owner of Virtual Business Connections; a successful internet marketing company that specializes in helping small to medium sized businesses gain an online presence so they can succeed in the internet community. Taylor teaches others how to navigate the internet so they can stand out against the competition.

Tammy Finch is the owner of Web Tech Services, Inc. Finch specializes in web design and web technologies. She works to educate people about computers so they can get the most out of their home based business. By understanding how to use a computer properly, business owners are then able to use all of the internet marketing strategies that are available.

The conference is designed to help people succeed through the strategies of the three women that are running the conference. The women are excited about sharing their knowledge so they can help others down the same road to success they went down.

The mini tech conference is on July 23, 2009 at the Springhill Suites by Marriott in Peoria, IL. Those interested in attending can register by calling 309-369-9031 or by visiting the company online at

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Press Release Submitted On: May 14, 2009 at 9:25 am
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