Atlanta, GA, September 01, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Local Professional Entrepreneur and Success Coach, Belinda Mays, announced that she will be hosting a virtual business conference for emerging and existing small business owners who wish to get a jump start on their business plans and profits for 2012.
From 9am – 5pm on Saturday, November 5th, Mays will serve as the host of the Successprenuer’s Virtual Business Boot Camp in an effort to inform and empower business owners worldwide. Mays coined the term “Successprenuer” because she feels it embodies the necessary mindset of a business owner striving to be successful in today’s economy. Belinda Mays lives by the philosophy “Go Hard or Go Home.” Mays says, “This simplistic philosophy sets the stage for anyone who desires to tap into their infinite potential and are willing to do what it takes for as long as it takes to see their goals realized.”
This one of kind, full day event will feature tips and interactive exercises to help attendees develop creative marketing strategies, implement resourceful staffing techniques, explore tax saving methodologies, and more. Each attendee will leave this jammed packed, informative event with a customized strategic business plan designed especially for their niche. They will also have the opportunity to have a dedicated partner in success afterwards in order to assist in the implementation of their new plans.
Mays is confident that this conference will definitely help those in attendance Get Up, Get Going, and Get There. To register and to obtain more information on the event, visit http://belindamays.com or http://successpreneurs.eventbrite.com
About Belinda Mays:
Mays is the owner and founder of The Success Project, LLC. She specializes in consulting time-challenged business owners and entrepreneurs on how to build and/or expand their existing businesses. She brings over a decade of entrepreneurial experience to her seminars and has recently been requested to participate in events held by Atlanta Job Corp, UGA Terry College of Business and the Ustadi Institute. She also publishes a monthly online newsletter called Mind Your Own Business.