Fort Collins, CO, November 11, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Why do some business people always seem like they’re on the go, meeting up with new clients and growing their businesses, even when the economy is in a recession? And it appears as if they know everybody personally? Perhaps they own and follow marketing expert Adrienne Zoble Associates Inc.’s Schmoozing Calendar™ as if it was gospel.
Adrienne Zoble’s fourth-annual Schmoozing Calendar™ is now available so that anyone can learn the same secrets to landing new clients and retaining their current ones.
This unique calendar helps business people tap into the myriad people in their lives for mutual leads and referrals by providing weekly suggestions of someone they might invite to breakfast, lunch or coffee. Meeting with clients, associates and potential clients helps develop confidence and trust in each other, build relationships and ultimately grow business.
The Schmoozing Calendar™, which spans the third quarter of 2009 through December 2010, features several new tips:
· The previous and following months are shown on each month’s page;
· A script for each month is linked to a suggested meeting within that month’s schedule;
· Every month has a recommendation regarding meeting with clients.
“People take their existing business for granted,” Zoble says. “You have to stay in touch. The single biggest reason companies change vendors is lack of attention.”
Ann Clarke, founder and chief executive officer of Colorado Women of Influence LLC, has owned the previous three versions of the Schmoozing Calendar™ and already purchased the current one.
“I’m big into keeping contact with my clients, but Adrienne brings up ideas that I might not have thought of, like collaborating with someone in my industry,” Clarke says. “Some things remind me to have good manners, like having lunch with someone who recently referred me, or with a longtime client or with an advocate and, it goes without saying, to pick up the tab.”
Printed on heavy cardstock, bound on the top, with full-color pictures and suggestions on every page, the calendar costs $27.30 for the printed bound version and $16.95 for the electronic version online at www.azobleassoc.com.
Consulting and speaking to business owners and executives of growing businesses throughout the United States since 1977, Adrienne Zoble guides companies toward marketing strategies that help them work smart, not hard. For more information about the fourth-annual Schmoozing Calendar or to speak with Zoble, call (866) 282-1150 or e-mail: email@example.com.