Callan Rush will offer members of the Business and Professional Women’s Network advice on designing and implementing sales strategies.

Women’s network guest helps build lucrative businesses with tangible results

Most small business owners struggle to grow their business and many are forced to close their doors in the first few years in operation

Most small business owners struggle to grow their business and many are forced to close their doors in the first few years in operation.

The #1 reason most businesses fail is because the business owners don’t understand how to effectively position themselves and their products, according to the Cambpell River Business and Professional Women’s Network’s next speaker. Join Callan Rush for 60 minutes that could transform your business through a workshop that will change everything you know about attracting perfect people to your business.  It’s so simple and easy to implement you’ll wonder why you haven’t been doing it before, Rush says.

A trainer with over 15 years of success, Rush is dedicated to helping others build lucrative businesses with tangible results. Rush is the CEO and co-founder of Leader to Luminary Training, a company specializing in helping women in business achieve massive success in their entrepreneurial ventures. Rush has helped businesses to design and implement sales and marketing strategies that significantly and ethically increased their overall profitability.

An expert in authentic, ethical sales and marketing, Rush delights her audiences with her unique blend of humor and wisdom, honesty and openness, and complete generosity of self and spirit.

Join the Campbell River Business & Professional Women’s Network on April 26 at 6 p.m. at the Royal Coachman when Callan Rush reveals how you can transform your business. Reserve at RSVP@bpwn.org by Thursday April 21, 2011.

You can now pay in advance at www.bpwn.org by clicking on the Book On Line Button. Guests $35.

Cancellations must be received by April 22 or you will be billed for your dinner.

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