New Jersey-based seminar series to provide entrepreneurs and companies marketing tools to successfully compete in today’s digital economy
Montclair, NJ, September 17 – Jane Tabachnick Emarketing today announces the launch of Stratedgy Institute, an interactive seminar series supporting the New Jersey business community. The spelling of “Stratedgy” signifies a competitive edge and edgy strategic implementations.
“Everyday I see entrepreneurs struggling because they don’t have the proper or updated skills to help their businesses sustain or grow. We are now able to offer hands-on interactive seminars for the New Jersey business community, where business owners and professionals come away with tangible new tools and skills, “said Jane Tabachnick, owner of Jane Tabachnick Emarketing. A few seminars will also be presented in New York City. Ms. Tabachnick’s company has launched numerous startups and consulted with entrepreneurs, small businesses and Fortune 500 companies in digital marketing.
The fall Stratedgy Institute begins on October 3 and is sponsored by National Redevelopment Corp. The following courses are being offered. Details are available on our website. [www.janetabachnick.com/events]
Prospecting for Gold in the Digital Age-How to Integrate Traditional Tele-Prospecting Techniques with Online Prospecting and close more sales
Presented by: Adrian Miller, Adrian Miller Direct Marketing
Jane Tabachnick, Jane Tabachnick, Emarketing
Location: Newark, NJ Thurs Oct 3 & New York, NY Tues Oct 8
“Smarter Surfing: Better Use of Your Web Time”
Presented by: Sreenath Sreenivasan, WABC 7-TV’s “Tech Guru” and Columbia University
Location: Newark, NJ, Tues Oct 22
All levels of Internet experience welcome. This fun, informative, fast-pace workshop has been taught to more than 5,500 professionals
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