Not many more opportunities to sign up for my all day seminar on June 15.
Because my detail page didn't do a great job of describing the benefits of the event, here you go:
For less than $667 a person (if you bring two friends) we'll spend the day in New York City going over the new marketing, how it impacts your organization and what you can do about it. The first few hours of the day includes a very fast-paced overview of ideas from Permission Marketing, Unleashing the Ideavirus, Purple Cow, Free Prize Inside and All Marketers are Liars. The focus will be on laying out a framework that is easy to explain to your peers and your boss.
After that, the agenda is driven by the audience. Each person gets a chance to talk about her business or her website or a particular marketing issue. I address each of them, one by one, and the audience quickly gets the hang of a particular approach to problem solving (that would, ahem, be my approach). The goal is to get the group to the point where it's really clear what to do before you even hear my riffs.
In the past, seminar attendees have included everyone from major inkjet printer companies to political candidates to non-profits. We've had giant companies from Chicago and one-person operations from South Korea. In just about every case, people leave energized--and send me notes a week or a month or even a year later about how their perspective was changed, and how it's paying off.
The thrill for me is in assembling a group of people who believe they have little in common... and watching everyone in the room gradually "get it", realizing how the new marketing techniques change so many things in their organization. If I can do that, if I can send you home ready and able to grow fast if you want to, then it's been a good day.
Seats are really limited, so if you want to come, please sign up soon. Not sure when the next one might be. Thanks.