Speaking About Business Blogging At the Exit Planning Exchange

I am very pleased to have been invited by the prestigious Exit Planning Exchange to be their guest speaker next month. I will be delivering a classroom style talk about business blogging.

Exit Planning Exchange

The Exit Planning Exchange has a unique vision, and their membership truly is comprised of a best in class group of consultants and organizations focused on wealth planning. In their own words, describing the vision of their organization:

Every business owner creates sustainable and transferable value in their enterprise and achieves a well-prepared and successful exit.

For full details of the event (non-members can attend for a $45 fee paid in advance) please click through to this link but the talk is set for the morning of February 6, 2013 starting at 7:30 at Babson College. (The address is 231 Forest Street, Wellesley, MA.)

Unlike other talks I have given in the past, this engagement will feature some classroom style learning where each of the participants will be able to workshop some of their own blogging strategy utilizing worksheets from my new book “Better Business Blogging” as well as some additional materials that will be customized for this very distinguished audience.

It promises to be a very informative morning, interacting with a group of very smart and talented professionals. From my end, I am immensely appreciative of the opportunity and I aim to go way beyond any of the incoming expectations that participants may have. Hope to see you there!

With deep expertise in both digital strategy, and the "online narrative" David has helped businesses of all sizes to better define and to further expand their digital footprint. Prior to entering the world of 2.0, David spent 15 years living in working in Los Angeles as a television producer where he set up projects at networks including CBS, NBC, FX, TNT, Showtime and Comedy Central. David is currently employed at Dassault Systèmes as the Digital & Social Media Marketing Manager for North America. The views and opinions expressed on this blog are in no way affiliated with Dassault Systèmes, but rather reflect the personal views of David.
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