Monday, January 14, 2013
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Gwinnett Daily Post
SNELLVILLE -- The city of Snellville has scheduled an "entrepreneur summit" for people looking for help with their small business.
The event will begin at 6 p.m. on Tuesday at the Snellville City Hall Community Room, and a keynote address will be given by Dennis Daniels, an Atlanta consultant. The free event is open to people, "interested in starting, maintaining or growing their small business," a press release said.
The city will put on four quarterly "summits" this year that will focus on the four "Ps" of business growth: promoting, positioning, producing and performing. Business owners will be able to interact with mentors, vendors and peers during the event.
Daniels will discuss how to target customers' "buy button" in the brain, and share tips he's gathered after more than 30 years experience.
Local entrepreneurs will discuss the city's individual mentoring, peer advisory boards and online Snellville Business Toolbox.
To register for the event, visit snellville.org/summit.