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Embrace Opportunities: #LTB2014

By , July 7, 2014

You’ve been toying with the idea of registering for #LTB2014, but you’ve found one reason or another to put it off.

Well, it’s game time! Tomorrow is the big day. Our office is abuzz with excitement as we put the finishing touches on a business summit designed to impress in every way, from the luxurious venue (The Rockleigh in NJ) to the gourmet buffet open all day (business-people are nearly always hungry people).

One of the biggest draws, of course, is the “talent.”

We’ve talked about our inspirational, innovative speakers like Rob “Waldo” Waldman, Dave Crenshaw, Gerry O’Brien, Hal Becker and more who will be joining us LIVE tomorrow. We don’t fly in just anyone — only the best of the best will be at #LTB2014.

But we haven’t mentioned a few speakers, and trust me, you don’t want to miss out on what they have to say..

Take Michael Lebor. A real pioneer in the world of internet marketing, Michael was the original founder & CEO of the famous Flower.com, which became one of the largest e-commerce sellers of floral products nationwide.

Today, Michael keeps busy as the successful CEO of Chatand.com, a publicly traded video technology company, and is a partner at HugeMedium, a boutique e-commerce, distribution and fulfillment consulting company.

At #LTB2014, you can listen to him share practical online marketing and e-commerce strategies that you can inject directly into your own business.

If you’re looking to dive into the world of e-commerce, or want to improve your existing e-business, it’s well worth the admission just to hear him speak.

Another speaker I’m personally excited about is none other than Abraham Roth, Founder & Managing Partner at Roth & Company, LLP. If you’re looking for a real numbers guy who has helped countless businesses and non-profits overcome financial obstacles and structure themselves to maximize growth, Abraham is your man.

He helped build Roth & Company into the largest accounting firm in the Brooklyn Area. Not too shabby to say the least.

All in all, if you didn’t attend LTB 2013, it may feel a little risky to invest in attending #LTB2014. But the insights and strategies you’ll learn from our line-up of speakers is worth every last penny. Beyond that, you can’t put a dollar amount on the networking opportunities available to you at #LTB2014.

Really and truly, opportunity awaits you.

Live a little. Click here to register today.

Rachel Segal

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