ALTON – Learn to identify markets, tailor value propositions, apply metrics and improve outcomes at Liberty Bank’s next Free Professional Development Seminar on Tuesday, Feb. 18, from 8 until 11:30 a.m.
“Every business needs customers to survive,” said Bob Ramsey, entrepreneur, professional corporate trainer, and seminar presenter. “Few business owners, mid-level managers and senior executives employ a sustainable system to generate these customers.”
This seminar will help participants discover how to recognize, optimize and leverage their assets to build a portfolio of customer acquisition models.
“When 30-plus people braved single digits to attend our January seminar, it’s clear that our Training Series has become a valuable resource to not only our clients, but to the business community at large,” Liberty Bank President Dale Blachford said.
All events begin at 8:30 and end at 11:30 a.m., with networking and refreshments at 8 a.m. They are held at the Liberty Bank Conference Center at 3112 Godfrey Road (Route 67 across from Alton-Godfrey Sportsman’s Club). To be included on the email invitation list, send your request to: Ron.Tanner@bankliberty.com and put "Seminar Invite" in the subject line.
The bank’s remaining 2014 schedule of free Professional Development Training Seminars is as follows:
Tuesday, Feb. 18 – Customer Acquisition Management: Open More Doors, Close More Deals – A strategic approach to customer growth.
Tuesday, March 25 - Strategic Communications: Manage with Purpose– Improve marketing impact through clear, consistent, and targeted messaging, both internally and externally. Minimize the impact of a crisis before it occurs. Strengthen your competitive position with a communications strategy.
Tuesday, April 22 – Problem Solving: Manage with Anticipation– Discover proven techniques in a six-step approach to improve business decisions and create better outcomes.
May – Connections 2014 – A Community Business Event featuring food, networking, professional development, Q&A Panels and games with prizes.
For information about this event or Liberty Bank, call 618-462-7000 or visit http://www.bankliberty.com.