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Improved Business Culture because of Alan’s Keynote Speeches
If your organization seeks an improved business culture, book Alan Adler as a keynote speaker for your next event. Alan is a sought-after speaker by corporate teams, professional business groups and (keynotes) at association conferences. His presentations are customized for his customers. The speeches are about topics that help
organizations solve business problems and grow their business. Topics include, How to Get New Customers, Growing Your Business in a Digital World, Company Listening Skills, Becoming a Better Listener, Creating a Customer Who Creates Customers and Business Networking/Social Media to help grow YOUR business.
Some of his customers include: AutoTrader.com, Party City, Rotary International, HomeFree USA, Community Link, Nabisco, Pfizer, Hugh O’Brian Youth (HOBY) SC Leadership Foundation, the Mystery Shopping Providers Association (MSPA) of North America, First Citizens Bank, Center for Board Excellence and the South Carolina Vending Association.
What business professionals say about Alan’s keynote speeches and seminars:
~Jeff Robinson at the Principle says “If you have the opportunity to hear Alan speak you should take it.”
~Felix Nater of Nater Associates says, “If you are looking for an innovative speaker, passionate about his beliefs and committed to excellence, reach out to Alan Adler.”
~Gary Nowicki at Ace of Sales says, “Make it a point to hear Alan present … I promise you..YOU will tell Others!
~Chuck Sawicki, MBA, Small Business Counselor, SCORE says, “You’ll learn more from Alan Adler about marketing than a two-year MBA I earned!”
Solve Business Problems with Alan’s Keynote Speech
Each of these unique and inspiring presentations reveal secrets that solve business problems, improve performance, results, profit and add value — despite the most challenging economic and market conditions of our lifetime.
Click here for details and short video that displays Alan’s seminars and workshops show you how to solve business problem and lead to an improved business culture.