Jen DeTracey will get your business rockin' after her presentation to the Business and Professional Women's Network March 22.

Get Your Business Rockin’

Business women's organization to host dynamic presentation

At the end of the day, customers are what fuel business.

If customers are not an organization’s biggest fans, then it’s time to step back and figure out how that business can achieve rock star status. During nearly two decades of experience in almost every area of the music industry combined with her consulting background in marketing, Jen DeTracey has achieved expert status in the strategic marketing field.

As one of Canada’s top marketing strategists, DeTracey keeps it simple. She engages and retains, and shifts minds. During the presentation, participants will learn ways to downsize their core message to get more bang for their buck, plus learn methods for gaining more customers more quickly and tactics to keep your fans coming back for more.

Sincere and honest, DeTracey injects subtle humour into her keynotes and seminars, collaborates with the energy of the people in the room and works to engage and retain via active audience participation. Because DeTracey has a natural gift for presenting ideas, even the most resistant and skeptical have experienced “aha” moments, shifting their perspective.

Join the Campbell River Business & Professional Women’s Network on March 22 at the Royal Coachman, when DeTracey shares the Five Rock Star Rules to get Your Business Rockin’.  When business owners and decision makers apply these rules to their business they are guaranteed to get and keep more customers.

To reserve your place contact Corinne at by Thursday March 17.  You can now pay in advance at by clicking on the “Book On Line Button.” Tickets are $30 for members and $35 for guests.  As always, men are welcome.  Let them know of any dietary concerns or allergies.  Cancellations must be received by March 18 or you will be billed for your dinner.




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