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Rockland Business Women's Network October Luncheon Features a Presentation on Sales!

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The Rockland Business Women’s Network (RBWN) will hold a luncheon on Wednesday, October 10, 2012 from 12-2 pm at the Comfort Inn in Nanuet. The topic of the luncheon is "Sales Fix- Sales Strategies for women entrepreneurs." 


Leslie Grossman is a leadership and business development expert, coach and an entrepreneur. Author of “Sellsation” and the forthcoming book, “Link Out: How to Turn Your Network into a Chain of Lasting Connectors” (Wiley), Jan. 2013.  A serial entrepreneur, Grossman recently toured Japan to spread the message of entrepreneurship on behalf of the U.S. Embassy, which rated her as “one of the best speakers of the year."


Women business organizations and individuals from the New York-New Jersey area are invited. All Rockland and vicinity businesswomen are welcome to join this luncheon event. 


The event includes a hot and cold buffet lunch at the Comfort Inn & Suites Regency Ballroom in Nanuet, NY.


Pre-registration is required. 


About the RBWN:Started in 1979, the Rockland Business Women’s Network supports and empowers women by providing networking and educational opportunities. This non-profit organization focuses on leadership and professional development, building personal and professional relationships, and community support through scholarships and training. RBWN is dedicated to women helping women. Monthly meetings are held the second Wednesday of the month from 12-2 pm at the Comfort Inn in Nanuet. Find the RBWN on Facebook and Linked In. www.rbwn.org


About the LuncheonWhen: Wednesday, September 12, 2012 12-2 pmWhere: Comfort Inn & Suites Regency Ballroom Route 59 East, Nanuet, NY 


Tickets: $30 for members who pre-register prior to 5 pm on October 8, $40 for members who do not pre-register and $45 for all other non-members and guests.  


To RSVP: E-mail: info@rbwn.org or register and pay online at www.rbwn.org.

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