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Grow Your Business: Tips on Building Relationships – Seminar
July 7 @ 12:00 PM
NEW FROM THE JASPER CHAMBER: A Seminar – Grow Your Business: Tips on Building Relationships
Upcoming Seminar from the Jasper Chamber – Tuesday, July 7th
12 NOON (EST) – see registration details below (via eventbrite)
Bestselling author Chip Helm knows that sales is all about building relationships.
Learn how to build those relationships for your business.
About this Event
Every day you encounter a sales opportunity and chance to grow
both as an individual and as an organization. This workshop will help you
start to change your conversations and find new ways to
create and develop relationships to build new opportunities.
Led by instructor Chip Helm, Chip has over 34 years of experience
in the medical sales field.
You will learn strategies that help you:
- Rethink your everyday conversations to foster growth opportunities
- Build relationships both personally and professionally
- Create a plan to approach conversations as sales opportunities
- Start to think of your conversations as a time to build your personal brand
FREE SEMINAR – – NO CHARGE TO ATTEND/PARTICIPATE
Here’s the link to the Eventbrite Invitation:
To join SBDC at no cost, contact Steve Bryant at Ivy Tech Bloomington’s Cook Center for Entrepreneurship at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Learn more about SBDC at isbdc.org.
About Chip Helm
Over 34 years ago, life experiences led Chip Helm to a new opportunity in the sales world
where he quickly realized sales were not about contracts and figures,
but instead were about relationships and conversations.
Chip’s workshop will help mentor others into seeing sales in a new way.
In addition to over 34 years of professional relationship-building,
Chip holds a BA in biology from Indiana University and an MBA from the
University of South Florida. He is a bestselling author of two books.
Organizer of Grow Your Business: Tips on Building Relationships
The Gayle & Bill Cook Center for Entrepreneurship at Ivy Tech Community College Bloomington
provides practical tools to help entrepreneurs of south central Indiana start and grow businesses.
Founded in 2010 to honor one of the regions’ most successful entrepreneurs, Bill Cook,
the Cook Center embodies Mr. Cook’s philosophy of ‘ready, fire, aim’ entrepreneurship
by giving students and others the skills and resources they need to start businesses.