Ditch the GFC and go for growth

Written on the 11 August 2009

INTERNATIONAL business growth expert Verne Harnish will be in Australia in September to help Australian businesses accelerate their business growth, create customer loyalty and build real market value — even in an uncertain economy.

Author of the international best-seller Mastering the Rockefeller Habits: What You Must Do To Increase the Value of Your Growing Firm and founder of the world-renowned Young Entrepreneurs Organisation, Harnish will deliver a one-day seminar in Brisbane on September 16 at the Brisbane Convention Centre as part of his national Go For Growth series.

He believes most leaders can reduce the time it takes for them to manage the business by 90 per cent, leaving more time to spend on developing and implementing strategies for business growth.

“Now is the time to tighten it up so you can take advantage of the opportunities and be ready when the economy recovers – and every week you wait puts you further behind the learning curve,” he says.

Harnish’s goal is to enable and empower business leaders to grow their businesses by following the easy-to-understand guidelines and actual case studies in Mastering the Rockefeller Habits.

Harnish has a steady and dedicated following in Australia with a number of top entrepreneurs incorporating his methodologies in their own business repertoire. His biggest advocates, Allan McKeown, CEO of Prosperity Advisers, Mike O’Hagan, founder and managing director of Mini Movers and Naomi Simson, managing director of Red Balloon Days have all utilised Verne’s strategies and achieved tremendous results.

More info at: www.businessconnect.com.au.


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