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Virtual Marketing & Sales Workshop Launched for the Market Research Industry PDF Print E-mail
Written by Harpeth Marketing   
29 Jun 2015

Harpeth Marketing and Actus Sales Intelligence announced today the launch of a joint-venture project – Instant Impact™, a half-day, online marketing & sales workshop created specifically to help small-to-mid-sized firms in the Market Research industry grow their business. The workshop was developed for marketing and business development professionals, business owners, independent consultants and others responsible for the growth of their firms.

According to Harpeth Marketing Founder, Steve Henke, “Our experience in the market research industry – combined with feedback from firms across the country saying that they ‘need help with marketing and sales’ – are what led us to develop this program. My expertise is primarily on the Marketing side… Paul’s is with Sales, so together, we cover the most critical topics for our workshop participants.”
Paul Kirch, Founder of Actus Sales Intelligence added, “We didn’t build this workshop based upon some new ‘theories,’ which rarely get implemented, no matter the post-training enthusiasm.  Instead, we went straight for the tips, tools and techniques that are proven to work.  The best part is, these are easy to implement tactics which will quickly impact revenue growth, thus the name – Instant Impact.  In addition, the participant workbook is designed to provide an easy reference to keep the training top-of-mind, so implementation can occur again and again.”

Instant Impact™ takes place on Thursday, August 20th from 1pm-5pm ET/10am-2pm PT. To learn more about Instant Impact™, go to:
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