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Fall Seminar Focuses on Making Money with Big Data and Cloud Services
My 12th Annual Fall Seminar will be a "post day" show this year - attached to SMB TechFest in Anaheim.
I worked with Dave Seibert to create a true killer combo. SMB TechFest is October 20-21st in Anaheim. The show concludes with a joint lunch sponsored by SMB TechFest and Small Biz Thoughts. Then my seminar kicks off at 1:00 PM.
Live October 21, 2016 – Anaheim, CABusiness Expo Center 1960 S. Anaheim Way Anaheim, CA 92805
Join us in Southern California – or get all the material recorded after the event! This year’s Fall Seminar is on Making Money with Big Data and Cloud Services in Small Business. It will be 100% practical and up to date.
Topic One – Making Money with Big Data in Small Business
Topic Two – Making Money with Cloud Services in Small Business
This year’s Fall Seminar will include workshop” sessions to help you get started making money in the hottest new trends in technology today. This is a VERY practical seminar. You’ll be able to apply this information right away when you get back to the office on Monday.
Big Data is literally the hottest topic in I.T. Learn what it is, how it affects you, and how you can make money with Big Data. You might be surprised at the new services you can offer.
Cloud Services are now very mature. Karl has been teaching about cloud services for more than eight years. Learn how to create very profitable cloud service offerings that fit perfectly with the small business environment you’ve been servicing for years.
I guarantee you’ve never see a seminar like this in the Small Business consulting community!
Your Registration includes a recording of the entire workshop
— at no additional cost!
Only $249 – for all four hours, plus slides, handouts, more.
Super Early Registration Only $149
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Note on pricing: Unlike many people who discount as the event gets closer, we charge more. So I 100% guarantee that the best price you'll get is by registering right now! The price goes to $199 in September and $249 in October.
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Small Business project management is simply not as complicated as project management in the enterprise. But small business projects have the same challenges as enterprise projects: They need to achieve their goals effectively, on time, and within budget.
They also face the same primary challenge – staying inside the scope of the project!
This great little book provides a simple process project planning and management process that is easy to learn and easy to teach to your employees, fellow technicians, and sub-contractors. You’ll learn to track any project, explain all the stages to clients and employees, and verify that everything is completed on time and under budget.
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