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Over the last few posts I’m sure you could see the bite from the Entrepreneurial bug – though no radioactive spider – has been working its transformative power. By the end of September, as the impending battle with HiringFreeze and LayOff seemed each day closer and more menacing, I simply couldn’t resist the opportunity to sharpen my own super-networking and entrepreneurial powers by attending Network Solution’s Grow Smart Business Conference.
What an amazing day! If my super-boots hadn’t been holding them on, I’m sure my super-socks would have been knocked right off. I was so impressed by the program line up and the organization and presentation by the hotel. For the first time in many years, it felt like the “good ol’ days” in the online world.
When I arrived at registration and was invited to stop down the hall for breakfast before the conference began, I was expecting the usual dregs of the half-bagle and stale croissant plate and warmed over coffee. Imagine my surprise – and delight – to find a beautiful full buffet with eggs, bacon, gorgeous pastries, plenty of fresh fruit- and full table service.
And check out this beautiful table at the break – no generic granola bars here: instead mixed nuts, dried fruit, and plenty of TAZO Earl Grey.
From a customer standpoint I would definitely recommend and attend other events at the Renaissance Marriott. Kudos to the NetSol team for a conference that went above and beyond the expectations of everyone I spoke with.
The deal was well worth the $99 I paid for the event, but you can still catch most of the same goodies and great advice for small businesses and entrepreneurs – minus the delicious breakfast, lunch and snacks for FREE.
Some of my personal favorites -
- - Rohit Barghava: Adding Personality to your Business
- - This amazing panel on integrating traditional marketing with social media - including my brilliant friends: Jill Foster, Joanna Pineda, and Danilo Bogdanovic
- - And, the amazingly energetic and funny presentation on business cards by Steven Fisher
Truly inspiring day. I found myself wishing that I had time to really dedicate myself to my renewed entrepreneurial energies.
Well, you know what theay say…
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