Next Generation Power Summit: Expert Strategies to Grow Your Business Online - Registrations Open
Ellenbrook, Australia, January 13, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- EBUSINESS COURSES, Host of the Next Generation Power Summit brings together global experts for this Free Tele-Summit Series for small business and budding entrepreneurs.
The theme of the tele-summit series is ‘Expert Strategies to Grow your Business Online’ featuring interviews with leading experts in social media, internet marketing and entrepreneurialism. Answering the top 3 questions every small business owner wants to know about how to create a social media strategy, grow your business online, and move from ‘small business’ thinking to ‘big business’ success.
Rosemary Burnett, Host of the event and CEO of EBUSINESS COURSES has a passion for helping small businesses succeed online. This is her first global tele-summit series and she is very excited to be interviewing an amazing line up of international experts including Ted Coine, Aliza Sherman, Mitch Joel, Renee Blodgett, Dave Kerpen, Shelly Kramer, Jeff Bullas, Dawn Abraham, Mark Schafer, Rochelle Moulton and many more.
Rosemary went on to say, "Each interview in the series is pure gold for the budding entrepreneur and small business owners will find great tips for business who do not have a lot of money to market and practical advice that will save them time and money, in a way that beginners can only dream of. The personal insights and stories shared by the experts that I’ve been privy to, are a real gem."
Registrations are now open at www.nextgenerationpowersummit.com with the event launch on the March 5th, 2014. Places are limited, so it’s recommended registering early for this free event.
Rosemary Burnett is a small business online strategist, web designer and internet marketer who runs programs, courses and free events to help small businesses grow online. By sharing knowledge through empowerment and education, with the aim of helping small business start-ups and budding entrepreneurs successfully navigate the changing face of business.