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Business to Business Marketing - Filling Your Sales Pipeline Webinar

Friday, May 31, 2019 - 10:00am to 11:00am



Need to fill your sales pipeline and keep things moving? B2B marketing takes a little know how, determination, and the right marketing mix to land those big deals.
When looking at Business-to-Business marketing, the sales cycle is longer, more in depth, relationships play a big role, and the payoffs are generally better. But, in today's world, marketing dollars can easily turn into a large expense without the payoff if used incorrectly. Join us for a look on what marketing tactics you can be using at different stages of your business to generate and land those deals, whether you're just starting our, need to scale, or protect your market share.

We will cover how businesses use the following tactics for B2B marketing:

Online: Google Ads, Facebook, Digital Listings, Search Engine Marketing (SEO)

Direct Marketing: Outbound Calling, Email and Direct Mail

Content: Blogging, Drip Campaigns

Conversions: Proposals and automation tools

Facilitated by: Kat Lesperance, Owner and Marketing Strategist, Sensible Marketer


Please note:

Our expert will address as many questions as possible, but we cannot guarantee all questions will be answered. This webinar is not recorded.

Link to event.
https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/business-to-business-marketing-filling-your-sales-pipeline-webinar-tickets-60494350230?aff=BL

Exploring Entrepreneurship Workshop YYC - June 13/19

Thursday, June 13, 2019 - 1:00pm to 2:00pm


Description
Have an idea and considering starting your own business?
Join us for an orientation into entrepreneurship. We'll show you how to take your idea and turn it into a reality. We'll help you assess whether your idea is viable, as well as provide you with the tools, resources and guidance to help you along the way.

Facilitated by: Yoyin Familusi of Business Link

Cost: Free

Register today!

Mitigate Your Risk by Streamlining Your Employee Management Process WEBINAR

Friday, June 14, 2019 - 10:00am to 11:00am


Need to learn how to streamline your employee management process to be more cost effective and efficient while mitigating your risk?
PEOs are the most effective way for start-ups, small and medium-sized companies to integrate both strategic and tactical human outsourcing services to streamline employee management processes to be more cost effective and efficient. We work with you to provide a total human resource management solution that enables you to focus on the business development and revenue generating aspects of your business. Discussion will include:

Focus on Core Activities

Outsourcing to PEO Canada plays an important role by allowing your key resources to focus on primary business tasks.
Better Risk Management

By trusting and investing in a competent outsourcing partner, you reduce the risk involved in having the same task done in-house by staff that may not be as qualified in that field.
Lower Infrastructure Investments

Cutting edge IT systems and a dedicated customer service team. You will be assigned contacts that will work with your designated team on an on-going basis. This establishes a true relationship to effectively support your organization’s needs. Our team becomes an extension of your team.
Increasing In-House Efficiency

After you allocate tasks to PEO Canada, it will allow you to develop your internal resources and utilize them more efficiently.
Cut Costs and Save BIG!

Outsourcing your business requirements to PEO Canada can help you save on the capital expenditure, time and extra efforts of your personnel. Additionally, you are no longer committed to invest in employee training, purchasing expensive software, or investing in latest technologies. All this adds up to higher returns in the long run.
Facilitated by: Jennifer Schab, Business Development Consultant, PEO Canada Employee Management

Please note:Our expert will address as many questions as possible, but we cannot guarantee all questions will be answered. This webinar is not recorded.

Register Here

Immigrant Women, Barriers & Supports WEBINAR

Friday, June 21, 2019 - 10:00am to 11:00am


Description
Immigrant Women: Challenges, Barriers, and Supports to Start a Business in Alberta.
“Immigrant women can contribute to Canadian economic development as they are growing in numbers and significantly underrepresented in the labour force.” - Sara Rose Taylor, PhD, Research Associate, National Immigration Centre, The Conference Board of Canada.

This statement speaks to the opportunities and challenges that immigrant women face in the Canadian employment market and the same statement can apply to the representation of immigrant women entrepreneurs in Canada.

In this webinar, we discuss challenges and barriers that immigrant women in Alberta may face when starting businesses, including:

Experience in Canadian Industry/Job Market

Exposure to Canadian Culture and Market Knowledge

Access to Financing Options

Knowledge about Credit

Personal and Business Networks and Connections

Access to Child Care

and more…

Alongside the discussion of challenges and barriers faced by immigrant women, we will also explore possible solutions that can help them overcome some of these obstacles.

Facilitated by: Kiran Sagoo, Financing Specialist, Alberta Women Entrepreneurs (AWE)


Please note:

Our expert will address as many questions as possible, but we cannot guarantee all questions will be answered. This webinar is not recorded.

Reginset Here

Rotary Alberta Youth Entrepreneur Camp

Sunday, August 11, 2019 - 8:00am to Saturday, August 17, 2019 - 12:00pm

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Ardenode, 
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Beiseker, 
Carbon, 
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