Tuesday, May 4, 2021 from 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM PDT
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Video conference class 
Santa Clara, CA 95054


SCORE Silicon Valley 

How Service Businesses Can Take Control of Client Generation in Uncertain Times

In the best of times, it’s easy to get overwhelmed by all the marketing options… and this is hardly business as usual! To weather the current crisis, any pivots you make in business MUST be based on a solid client generation structure and strategy. Otherwise you run the risk of straying too far from your core brilliance and creating brand confusion.

Referred to as “a coach approach to marketing,” Mary's engaging presentation quickly shows audiences how to get better results from their client-generation efforts while feeling more authentic and actually having fun!

In a no-hype environment, participants get immediately implementable tools, including:

  • The 6 key elements that keep you out of the feast-or-famine cycle of client generation
  • How to stop wasting time and money on marketing that doesn’t work so you can attract clients consistently and get your nights and weekends back
  • A client generation system that has a proven track record of helping both new and experienced business owners quickly generate more clients and increase their income by 50% or more.

Registration Information 

This is a video conference workshop.  The link to join will be included in your registration confirmation.

If you have trouble registering, send an email to info@svscore.org

Instructor: Mary Cravets

Mary Cravets is a Client Generation Strategist and International Speaker who helps entrepreneurs significantly grow their businesses without working nights and weekends. Using her methods, the majority of her clients quickly increase their income 50-100%.

Clients include the former CFO of Microsoft North America, thought-leaders in the coaching industry and rising stars in a variety of other professions.

Mary is also an avid roller coaster enthusiast and a kayaking volunteer for a wildlife protection program in Morro Bay, California.