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DON’T MISS THIS MONTH’s  BusinessLink Networking Breakfast Meeting on Friday 30 March  2012

So you can learn

“Why most SMEs never grow: Using The Results Megashift Solution To Grow Yours Without Fail”, a presentation by Simon Bere.

Venue: Zim Cafe, No. 124 Nkwameh Nkrumah (Union Avenue)

Time: 0815-0945

Since 2006, Simon Bere has been providing a wide range of innovative solutions to help business leaders and their teams to solve complex business challenges, to maximize human potential and to get more financial value in their commercial ventures. Through his training, consulting, speaking and coaching, Simon Bere has created significant impact in many organisations. Some of his top clients have received business awards for being outstanding in business while their businesses have gained market share and brand recognition over time. Simon Bere’s business and organizational solutions have earned him respect among some of Zimbabwe’s top entrepreneurs and business leaders, leading to some of his clients have naming him “Zimbabwe’s Napoleon Hill.”

 Fee: $10 for BusinessLink Gold Club subscribers, $20 for non subscribers.

To book, please call Christine on 0772 854 301, or email marketing@smebusinesslink.com

SME BusinessLink is a business network  which provides a platform for the sharing of insights, resources and opportunities among  high performance entrepreneurs.

 To join SME BusinessLink Gold Club and start accelerating your growth, please download the subscription at http://smebusinesslink.com, or request one by email on the above address

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1 Comment

  1. Daniel says:

    suppose this seminar was held 1730hrs to 2030hrs …

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