ActionCOACH of CT Hosts Another of Its Popular Business Networking Events

Norwalk, CT, April 13, 2011 --( Next Level Strategies, Inc., licensed by ActionCOACH, the world’s largest business coaching network, is hosting its 4th annual networking event. It takes place Tuesday, May 10, 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., at Stepping Stones Museum for Children, Matthews Park, 303 West Avenue, Norwalk. The cost is $35 with advance registration or $45 at the door and includes hot and cold appetizers with cash bar. All net proceeds go to Stepping Stones Museum for Children. Register online at or call 203.210.7003. Space is limited.

“This is probably the largest and most effective networking opportunity in Fairfield County,” said Jim Malski, founder of Next Level Strategies. “Our event is recognized as the place to meet the real business leaders in the area—and actually do business.”

Successful businessmen and Certified Action Business Coaches Jim Malski and Josh Slavitt are hosting the event.

Malski ( began his career as a CPA with PriceWaterhouseCoopers. Since then, he has bought and sold 16 businesses and held a number of senior management positions, including president, COO, CFO, controller, and coached entrepreneurs on how to profitably grow their organizations through sound financial and business-development practices. Westport-based Next Level Strategies has been repeatedly recognized as one of the top three ActionCOACH offices in North America and among the top 20 worldwide.

Slavitt ( has a successful, high-level business career of more than 25 years. At the Philip Morris family of companies, which includes Kraft and Miller Brewing, he created and implemented programs that netted more than $600 million. He also selected and supervised more than 130 employees and consulting firms. Many of the employees he mentored have advanced to highly successful careers with major corporations.

For more information about Next Level Strategies’ programs and business leadership materials, call 203.210.7003 or visit The firm’s blog is at

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