Consumer Health Marketing Expert, Frank Hone Joins Business Expert Webinars Speaker Portfolio

Minneapolis, MN, April 01, 2009 --( Business Expert Webinars (BEW), the leading provider of business eLearning, announced that consumer health marketing expert, Frank Hone, has joined their speaker community.

"Business leaders are looking for the low hanging fruit that can help them restore profitability. One of the most effective strategies is to invest in the health and wellness of their employees. A healthy workforce means reduced health care costs, increased productivity, and decreased absenteeism. Frank Hone works with business leaders to instill a culture of health, but with employee accountability. We are looking forward to Frank empowering business leaders with his eLearning program that will focus on employee health,” said Lee B. Salz, President and CEO of Business Expert Webinars.

Frank Hone, author of Why Healthcare Matters: How Business Leaders Can Drive Transformational Change said, "In a difficult economic climate, some business executives may be inclined to cut back on various employee health benefits, but now is actually the time when delivering smart and effective healthcare consumerism interventions can lead to employee health behavior change and positive outcomes. This can help the bottom line, while also enhancing recruitment and retention. We’re delighted to be sharing our perspectives and strategic approach with fellow business leaders on Business Expert Webinars."

Frank begins delivering e-seminars with Business Expert Webinars in May 2009.

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