Are Arizona Businesses Prepared to Thrive in the New Economy?
Thursday, March 31, 2011
Are Arizona Businesses Prepared to Thrive in the New
management consultants align to present The High Cost of Doing Nothing
inform and prepare state businesses for future success.
PHOENIX, AZ (March 22, 2011)
– Arizona business owners and executives looking to better understand what the
new economy means to them and how to emerge as an industry leader, should
consider attending the Arizona Chapter of The Institute of Management
Consultants (IMC) The High Cost of Doing Nothing conference.
In a business expo and interactive workshops from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Wed.,
April 20, 2011, the event will engage several expert regional management
consultants to explain how maintaining the status quo in
the new economy will cost businesses in the long run.
sessions will cover key management and growth issues, such as employee
relations, demystifying marketing, diversification, and other key issues to
help sustain a business in today’s evolving environment. Attendees should
expect to gain practical solutions to improve business performance,” said
Douglas J. Zogby, a local business consultant and former IMC AZ president.
High Cost of Doing Nothing
will be held at the Desert Willow Conference Center, 4340 East Cotton Center
Boulevard, Phoenix, AZ 85040.
For more information about attending,
sponsoring and/or exhibiting at The High Cost of Doing Nothing conference,
visit www.imcaz.org or contact the Marketing Chair Douglas Zogby
at firstname.lastname@example.org or mailto:email@example.com.
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