Adrian Area Chamber to Host Michael Jeffreys Sales Presentation

The Adrian Area Chamber of Commerce is featuring Michael Jeffreys, one of America’s most engaging sales and motivational speakers, during the Breakfast Club event on Thurs., Feb. 15, 2018.

Adrian, United States - February 14, 2018 /PressCable/ —

Adrian, Michigan – The Adrian Area Chamber of Commerce is featuring Michael Jeffreys, one of America’s most engaging sales and motivational speakers, during the upcoming Breakfast Club networking event on Thursday, February 15, 2018.

“As part of the value-based commitment to Chamber members in 2018, we are offering serious business-building, networking, and referral opportunities for those who are willing to put in the time and the energy,” explained Chamber President and CEO, John Bartoszewicz.

Chamber members who commit to active involvement in the Breakfast Club will see a growth in referrals and new business opportunities through increased networking focus. They will also participate in a variety of professional development topics to help improve their business.

The Breakfast Club is a network-building, professional development meeting for local small-business owners in and around the Lenawee County, Michigan area.

“As a rule, Chamber networking groups provide opportunities for members to connect with other businesses and business leaders within the community. The purpose of the networking groups is to build relationships, share best business practices, and generate referrals,” Bartoszewicz explained.

Inviting Michael Jeffreys as a guest speaker fit with the 2018 goals for the group. His presentation, entitled “Advanced Communication & Sales Strategies – 12 Proven Ideas for Building Relationships and Escalating Your Income” will help attendees understand how to adjust their communication and sales styles to fit audience demographics and needs.

He will show participants how to convert more prospects into clients, focusing on the major factors that create long-term clients and ongoing referrals.

Additional information about the seminar and online registration is available through the Chamber website, https://www.adrianareachamber.com/breakfastclub/

About the Chamber: The Adrian Area Chamber of Commerce is a membership organization that is a positive influence in the greater Lenawee County community and its growth in regard to both quality of life and business development.

Adrian Area Chamber of Commerce

137 N. Main St.,

Adrian MI 49221

517-265-2320

Contact Info:
Name: John Bartoszewicz
Organization: Adrian Area Chamber of Commerce
Address: 137 North Main Street, Adrian, MI 49221, United States
Phone: +1-517-265-2320

For more information, please visit https://www.adrianareachamber.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 300495

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