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Breakfast Express: Networking Session
May 9, 2012 @ 8:00 am - 10:00 am$10
Wednesday, May 9th, 2012
When & Where 8:00 am – 10:00 am – Kingsville Golf & Country Club – 640 County Road 20 West, Kingsville
Cost $10.00 (payable at the door)
AGENDA 7:45 Registration 8:00 Light continental breakfast (included) 8:20 Welcome and Ice Breaker 8:25 Business Presentations*- each business owner will have the opportunity to highlight their businesses to solicit leads. 9:35 Informal Networking – seek out strategic relationships, business-to-business service and generate referrals 10:00 Wrap up Days following the event: Follow Up, Follow Up, Follow Up!
*Note 1 minute maximum per business.
Organizing Partners: WindsorEssex Small Business Centre Essex Community Futures Development Corporation Windsor Self Employment Office
Space is limited to the first 50 businesses. Register early to avoid disappointment!
To register for this session, please call the Self Employment Assistance Office at 519-972-7705.
One representative per person. We reserve the right to limit the number of businesses from various sectors on first-registered, first-served basis.
Should you register and be unable to attend, we will require 2 days prior notices of cancellation, otherwise you will be billed $10 fee.
Tips for Networking Business Presentations:
Each business owner registered for the upcoming Breakfast Express Networking session will have the opportunity to highlight their business to solicit leads from other business owners in attendance. Each presentation will be for a maximum of one minute.
Here are some questions you could consider to prepare your presentation to promote your business and obtain leads:
1. What is your name, the name of your business and what is it that your business does? (Explain your key products and/or services and the FAB (key Features, Benefits and Advantages of your product and/or service))
2. What is your business great at?
3. What does it mean to a potential customer to purchase your products and/or services? (Explain some of the intangibles, e.g. peace of mind, time a customer could spend doing something else, environmentally friendly, etc.)
4. What does your business look for in a new customer? (Who would be your most motivated customer or who is the type of person that would be interested in purchasing your products and/or services (be specific as possible so people can provide you with leads that are of value to your business)