Lake Tahoe, NV (PressExposure) April 17, 2009 -- Lake Tahoe, NV--Willie Wentzell, a successful businessman, internet marketing expert and Wealth Masters International (WMI) financial consultant reports that the company's M2 wealth conference is now in full swing at Harvey's Lake Tahoe hotel. The conference kicked off Sunday, March 22 with a cocktail reception. Attendees will hear presentations by a star studded dais of world class experts in a myriad of industries and disciplines over the next two and a half days, followed by breakout sessions in the afternoon of Wednesday, March 25. Festivities will conclude with a gala banquet on Wednesday evening.
According to Wentzell, the WMI M2 is not only a progression in the evolution of a consultant, but a forum for learning the latest and greatest strategies for dealing with the recession. "This is clearly a world class gathering," says Wentzell. "The topics and tools covered at the M2 are so new and fresh that they aren't even in print yet. Getting this information directly from the source gives the WMI financial consultant a clear edge in capitalizing on opportunities presented by the economic downturn."
WMI hosts the M2 wealth building conference several times each year as a part of an ongoing development program for its consultants. The goal of the groundbreaking conference is to provide attendees with all of the necessary access and knowledge to grow their money. Investments are a key to long-term financial stability and prosperity, but it's often difficult to figure out exactly what to invest in and how and when to do it.
The M2 Wealth Conference provides guidance for making investments the way the ultra-wealthy do, getting the leg up on the competition that Forbes and Money Magazine could never provide. Through the M2 Wealth Conference, participants begin to understand and enjoy the art of investing, and soon reap the financial rewards.
According to Wentzell, it's access that sets the conference apart from other, run-of-the-mill programs. "The presenters are the tops in their fields," Wentzell said. "And attendees can speak directly with them. Imagine asking a world class expert for advice about your particular situation, problem or idea--and then actually getting it. It's a very unique approach and a very valuable one."