NEW YORK (Jan. 12, 2011) – Time is on your side if your schedule conflicted with today’s planned business seminar at the College of Staten Island (CSI).
The event, originally scheduled for 8:30 this morning, has been postponed until next week — same time, same place. Hopefully, snow won’t be a consideration this time around.
If you are a business owner whose goals for 2011 include bigger returns, head for CSI on the morning of Wednesday, Jan. 19.
That’s when the Small Business Development Center (SBDC) at CSI will present “Marketing Your Business.”
The free seminar will focus on strategies entrepreneurs can use to strengthen relationships with established customers, engage new prospects and gauge the effectiveness of marketing efforts.
Keynote speakers at the two-hour event will include Bill Dubovsky, principal technology specialist at Eltingville-based Comtel Information Services, and Barton Horowitz, president of Graniteville-headquartered Relevant Public Relations. Horowitz, a former editor and senior business writer at the Staten Island Advance, is a recipient of the 2010 U.S. Small Business Administration Financial Services Champion of the Year Award.
Dubovsky will discuss “The Marketers’ Peak Performance Checklist;” Horowitz’s presentation will focus on “Promoting Your Business With Social Media.”
The seminar will take place Wednesday, 8:30 to 11:30 a.m., in building 1-P (Center for the Arts), on the CSI campus, Willowbrook.
For additional information, call Eileen Sullivan during business hours at the SBDC at CSI, 718-982-2560.
MEDIA CONTACT: BARTON HOROWITZ
RELEVANT PUBLIC RELATIONS LLC