How to Start and Build a Profitable Consulting Business

Thursday April 4, 2019

When

Thursday, April 4, 2019 from 6:30 PM to 9:00 PM PDT
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$30 Registrant

$45 Registrant amd Guest

Where

SCORE Small Business Resource Center 
516 Pennsfield Pl. #206
Thousand Oaks, CA 91360
  


 
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How to Start and Grow a Profitable Consulting Business

Entrepreneurs who have honed the skills of their business specialty more than their counterparts, have a great chance of developing a rewarding consulting practice. It could be about anything: business management, social media marketing, information technology, security, personal image and credibility, and so on. Because consulting has become a lucrative business, the industry is growing faster with lots of competition from big businesses and emerging firms — so you’re going to need quite an arsenal to gain an edge. This workshop will give you the guidance needed to start down the right path.

This workshop covers:

  • Defining your income needs
  • How to develop a profitable consulting practice
  • Self-confidence and personal presentation
  • How to package and price yourself effectively
  • How to find and win great clients
  • Developing valuable referral sources
  • How to present and sell effectively
  • Tips for managing your business so it doesn't overwhelm your life
  • Thinking outside the box to boost your income
  • And even more

Presented By:  James Bond is a specialist in marketing, management and strategic planning. Over more than 30 years he's worked with hundreds of businesses of all size and type, from startups and home-based businesses to divisions of Fortune 500 companies. For thirteen years, he ran Leadership Management Associates of California, Inc., providing management development and business growth services. Early in his career, James was president of a regional advertising agency in Canada serving Fortune 500 and smaller businesses.