Thursday October 13, 2016 from 8:00 AM to 9:30 AM EDT
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Am Realty 
76 Progress Drive, Suite 205
2nd floor conference room
Stamford, CT 06902

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Cheryl Henchar, Authorized Local Expert Speaker with Constant Contact 
Cheryl's Creative Services 


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Market Your Business on a Dime!

Two Secret Weapons to Capture Your Target Audience's Attention

Are you tired of wasting marketing dollars or sick of throwing "marketing" spaghetti against the wall and waiting for it to stick? If you're a small business owner, entrepreneur or professional who wants to grow your business, then you don't want to miss this event! Local business owners and expert speakers, Cheryl Henchar and Shannon Malkin Daniels, will teach you how to capture your audience's attention and keep them engaged using two proven marketing strategies - email marketing and public speaking. 

Stand Out Subject Lines 
Get Your Audience to Open and Read Your Email 
  • What works – and what does not work – in capturing your readers’ attention
  • Length, brand, urgency and offers 
  • Before and examples that make it crystal clear how to improve your results
  • How many words in a subject line 
  • Get their attention – get in the door – and get the response you desire. Whether you are trying to get read, realize revenue, increase your reach or inspire referrals, your subject lines are a key to your success!
Presented by Cheryl Henchar  Founder of Cheryl's Creative Services

Turn Public Speaking Into Paying Clients
6 Tips to Get Your Audience to Tune In and Take Action

1. Put Your Audience at the Center   

2. Find the Sweet Spot

3. Less is More
4. Connect The Dots
5. Appeal to Emotion and Logic
6. Call to Action

Presented by Shannon Malkin Daniels  Founder of SPEAC: Public Speaking, Communication & Mindset Coaching

Stop wasting your marketing dollars! Learn how these two low-cost marketing weapons can connect you with your target audience and boost results! Iinvite a friend and plan to take a lot of notes, because this 90-minute seminar is going to be jam-packed with valuable information. 

Space is limited to 15 attendees, so RSVP early!

Meet Our Speakers: 

Cheryl Henchar, President of Cheryl’s Creative Services, will present strategies to make your email efforts more effective. Learn about the web-based email marketing program Constant Contact and how it can impact of business communications. Tips on formatting, reporting tools and effective best practices will also be shared.

Cheryl Henchar is the President and Founder of Cheryl’s Creative Services, which assists small business owners with email marketing. Cheryl was honored by Constant Contact in October as “Rookie of the Year 2014 Solutions Provider,” which recognizes a new provider who exemplifies what it means to achieve small business success for themselves and for their clients.

Shannon Malkin Daniels is an author and public speaking, communication and mindset coach. After a successful executive-level career in sales, marketing and communication, Shannon left the corporate world to pursue her passion of helping others achieve success. She now leverages her experience and expertise to help professionals overcome obstacles and drive results. Some areas Shannon works with her clients on include: public speaking, needs based selling, overcoming obstacles and objections, verbal and nonverbal communication skills, and developing a positive mindset. Her successful projects are widely varied and include everything from Shark Tank auditions, to prepping a client to pitch to the largest banks in the U.S. and Canada, to preparing and delivering a series of seminars for a Lean Six Sigma for Healthier You Program at MasterCard. Shannon holds a master’s degree in Interpersonal Communication and is a part-time adjunct at Iona College where she teaches Interviewing, Business and Professional Speaking and Intro to Oral Communication. Shannon is also a Board Certified Holistic Health Practitioner and sits on the Board of Directors for Orchids of Life, a 501(c)3 non-profit whose purpose is to fund research of natural, non-toxic treatments and medicine.