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News Release from Allele and Associated Organizations
 
SDEE Workshop: Learning How to Swim Among “Sharks” What to Say and How to Say It
Wednesday, 09.10.2014, 09:52am (GMT-7)

Thursday, October 9, 2014, 5:15pm – 8:00pm

Location: Hera Hub

9710 Scranton Rd.,

  San Diego, CA 92121


Clear, effective communication is critical to building (and maintaining) positive brand perception, as well as achieving long-term financial success.  Missing the mark in how you communicate limits your ability to:

 

                                     Secure capital                                                                           Attract and retain customers          

Create a high-performing workplace                                         Drive long-term growth and revenue

 

As an entrepreneur, you’ll be encountering many types of “sharks” as your business grows. Potential investors, existing or potential clients, partners and members of the media are just some examples. 

 

This is a hands-on, high energy workshop where you’ll learn how to effectively communicate with any shark. You’ll learn how to create targeted messaging and then deliver it in a clear, confident and professional manner, particularly under pressure. Industry best practices and proven communication techniques used by seasoned executives working in the Fortune 500 will be shared. 

 

Not only will you learn valuable concepts and ideas, you’ll walk away with completed messaging templates and tools which you can immediately incorporate into your business!

  

 

Agenda

5:15-5:30 Networking

5:30-5:45 Christopher Rhodes,  President Drug Delivery Experts

5:45-7:30 – Workshop with Deborah Linggi

7:30–8:00 Discussion/Networking

 

Deborah Linggi, Principal Linggi Communications

With close to 20 years direct communications experience, Deborah Linggi has a proven track record in successfully creating, directing and executing global communication programs to help achieve business objectives. Clients and former employers include industry leaders such as: Alcatel-Lucent, Apple, HP, Illumina, Motorola, OfficeMax and Qualcomm.  Key areas of expertise are:  C-suite/executive communications, communication strategy and messaging, employee engagement, and communication measurement and analysis.

 

Register today at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/learning-how-to-swim-among-sharks-tickets-12709677989

 

Space is limited. $30/person for members, $50/person for non-members

The event is sponsored by the San Diego Entrepreneurs Exchange (www.sdentrepreneurs.org). The SDEE was founded by local entrepreneurs in order to provide a voice for the early stage technology startup, to encourage new entrepreneurs, and to sponsor networking and educational events to help develop the skills necessary to bring funding and business to the San Diego area.

Allele News Service (3rd Party News Release)

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