We exist within networks.
Networks of arteries transport our blood, networks of sewers keep our water flowing, networks of power lines light up our streets, and networks of people maintain the motion of our businesses.
LTB 2013’s Power Break is an exciting opportunity to enhance the powerful network of leaders in the Jewish business world. The Power Break presents a time to reach out and create connections within this growing network. The relationships made during the Power Break can become the foundations for new business alliances. This segment of the conference is a pause from the breakaway sessions and event speakers, and is a time for the participants to make lasting impressions on potential future business associates.
The three most desirable qualities of a property are: “Location, Location, Location!”
Easy and convenient to get to, the classic landscape of the Dyker Beach Golf Course is wrapped within Brooklyn’s characteristic veneer, fueled by the entrepreneurial energy that pulsates through each blade of grass covering the pristine grounds. With views of the Verrazano Bridge and New York Bay, you can escape into the aura of the private resort, without distraction.
Guest speakers, keynote addresses, breakaway sessions, an executive roundtable, power breaks, and The Launch Pad™. What an amazingly packed, content-driven day the LTB 2013 Business Summit is proving to be!
But the one key question that keeps getting thrown around among the many attendees is: “What’s the difference between a ‘Keynote Address’ and ‘Breakaway Session?'”
So we’ll tell you.
The Launch Pad™ at LTB 2013 just got a significant boost with the addition of the celebrity “Shark” from Shark Tank, the legendary Kevin Harrington.
Reality bites at next week’s LTB 2013 segment, The Launch Pad, which is modeled after the Shark Tank reality series. Shark Tank, a show with an average of 7 million viewers, features hopeful entrepreneurs who propose business ideas to potential investors, also known as “Sharks,” and are awarded a financial backing.
Ramon Ray’s philosophy centers on the notion that if you know how to drive a car, turn on a radio, or open a can of corn, you can definitely master the art of social media.
As a former small business tech consultant with years of experience in building networks and creating software programs, he’s currently the regional development director for NY/NJ at Infusionsoft, and editor and contributor at smallbiztechnology.com.
Scott has been wearing a nametag for 4,598 days and counting, ever since he put one on at a seminar he held as a student at Miami University
While success didn’t come easy to him initially, after two years of not earning any money, his hard work paid off.
Today, he’s earning a six-figure salary just by wearing a nametag. Yes, you read that right. A nametag.
“At the beginning of the day it’s all about possibilities. At the end of the day, it’s all about results.”
This inspiring phrase culminates Bob Prosen’s approach to the business world at large.
Bob is the CEO of The Prosen Center for Business Advancement, which he started after being an executive at several Fortune 500 companies. Bob is out there coaching, teaching, and inspiring business executives, entrepreneurs, employees from various industries.
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