Wed., October 21st, 2009
9:00 AM Pacific / 12 Noon Easter
Co-moderator of http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/computertechpros
Many people in our community have never heard of Hank, but I stumbled upon his postings at http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/computertechpros and http://groups.yahoo.com/group/computerbusiness/. Hank has two major things going for him. First, he's really interesting. He doesn't just do what everyone else does: He cuts his own path -- and then shares the results with the rest of us. Second, he has figuered several cools ways to maximize his assets and profits as a very small small business specialist.
Some people are merely in business. Others are entrepreneurs. Hank is an entrepreneur!
Hank provides great advice, leadership, and a solid understanding of what it takes to be successful in a very small SMB practice. Let's face it, you don't HAVE to be a seven person consulting business with a focus on managed services.
He is a sole proprietor operating MOBITECH4U.com in Jacksonville, FL and surrounding areas for the past five years. He supports both residential and small business clients and has several client on monthly service contracts.
Take a break from the Big Biz perspective on small biz consulting. Join us as we talk about making it big with a very small shop. We'll also cover the goals of the Yahoo group and how Hank manages it to help other consultants improve their businesses.
As co-moderator of http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/computertechpros, Hank is constantly giving a wise and unique perspective to the members. The group tends to focus on very small VARs who server very small clients.
There is a 99.999999999999999999% probability that this group, these VARs, and their clients are the focus of Microsoft's next big push.
Whether it's educating himself on workspace optimization or writing federal grants for self-improvement, Hank is a great representation of a sole entrepreneur who constantly paves his own pathway.
Please join us for a great conversation on Wednesday.
9:00 AM Pacific / 12:00 Eastern
Wed. October 21st
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