BizTrek hosts "12 Triggers To Grow A Business" seminar

One-hour event provides keys to successful marketing.

Gil Gerretsen, president of BizTrek Marketing Mentors, will host a small business marketing seminar on Monday, August 18 at 1:30 pm titled "12 Triggers To Grow A Business", the one hour event was created to help small business owners better understand the art of becoming a marketing superstar and will be held at BizTrek's headquarters, located at 528 Howell Road, Suite 10 in Greenville.

According to Gerretsen, research has proven that most businesspeople try a variety of marketing ideas in the hopes that some will work well enough to sustain the growth of their business. However, the vast majority fail in their attempt. In order to succeed in marketing, small businesses must understand 12 critical processes - "12 Triggers" - and how to use them.

"Small businesses typically have to market on a shoestring budget, in terms of both available time and money", he said. "Once individuals learn and apply these 12 marketing triggers, the odds of sustained growth and success increase tremendously."

To register online, interested individuals can visit www.12Triggers.com The cost to register is $45 per person. For more information about BizTrek Marketing Mentors and its services, visit us on the web at www.biztrek.com or call 864-268-5300.

ABOUT BIZTREK MARKETING MENTORS
Founded in 1994 by President Gil Gerretsen, BizTrek Marketing Mentors provides seminars, tutorials, group coaching and private mentoring to help small business owners master the art of competition and marketing, allowing them to take charge of their future. BizTrek helps individuals understand and explore all the possibilities and then develop and manage a Marketing Action Plan customized to their business.

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