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ProFound Impact - Business & QuickBooks Consulting
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Streamlining your technology improves efficiency and makes for a much better customer experience. Improve your margins, workflow and lead generation by taking away the tips and tools offered at this seminar. #Optimize
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Get the most out of your technology and don't miss the #Optimize seminar on Sept. 12th (Presenting w/ +Interpreting Technology). Key topics: Improving digital marketing tips/tricks, Google presence, everyday workflow, data security, and improving margins using business reports.

NOTE: August 14th is the last day to buy your tickets and have $20 go toward the capital campaign for a new Skagit Valley Family YMCA building.

Get tickets at - https://optimizeyourbusiness.eventbrite.com


We are excited to announce that we are partnering with ProFound Impact to offer a half day seminar on various topics to help you optimize your business.

Broken up into three sections – Improving Workflow, Tracking Sales and Digital Marketing, “Optimize your Business, Maximize your Technology” is a fast-paced, half-day seminar that will provide attendees with tangible tools they can implement immediately to improve their own businesses.

Presented by Interpreting Technology and BSS Northwest’s ProFound Impact, speakers will share their insight about tracking sales to improve margins using business reports, digital marketing and social media tools and ways to use technology to improve everyday workflow.

When: Tuesday, Sept. 12, 2017 from 8 – 12 pm
Where: The Grand Willow Inn, Mt. Vernon, WA
Cost: $75 per person (* Purchase by 8/12 and $20 goes to YMCA). Buy 2 or more to save $5 per ticket.
Info/Tickets: optimizeyourbusiness.eventbrite.com

* A portion of the proceeds from this workshop will go to directly support the capital campaign to build the new 62,000sf Skagit Valley Family YMCA, set to open in January 2019.

Coffee, tea, juice, fresh fruit & pastries will be provided upon arrival and a light snack of meat, cheese, crackers, vegetables will be offered during break.
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