The kickoff breakfast of the 2013 Business Solution Series at Kansas City Kansas Community College will be held Tuesday, Sept. 10.
The first of four monthly breakfast meetings, they will be held from 8-9:30 a.m. in Room 3632 of the Flint Building on the KCKCC campus at 7250 State Avenue.
The cost is $10 and reservations can be made by contacting Workforce Development Coordinator Jay Matlack at 913-288-7210 or email@example.com.
Rudolf Waldner, author of Marketing from the Trenches, will present the opening program on “Trench Marketing” at the meeting designed to help further economic expansion in Kansas City.
Along with networking and tips from local business experts, one business will be highlighted at each breakfast. Designed to highlight the core elements that make up a business, the Wine Barn Winery will be the first to be featured in the business spotlight.
“This series will allow area entrepreneurs and businesses to collaborate, learn and grow,” says Matlack. “It is amazing how we regularly see each other out and about but often know very little about what each other’s businesses or jobs provide to our community. This series is an effort to inform one another of the great work that is being done throughout Kansas City.”
The remainder of the 2013 Business Solution series schedule:
Generating Sales Leads, Oct. 8 – Quick tips to generating new sales leads for your business. Business Spotlight – Casa Hogar Vida Coffee Company.
Entrepreneur Spotlight, Nov. 20 – A variety of Kansas City’s most decorated entrepreneurs will share their stories of what led them to their current success. Business Spotlight: Thinking Bigger Business Media Inc.”
Blogging as a Marketing Technique, Dec. 10 – Learn how blogging can be a low-cost, high return marketing tool and how it may be suited to your company. Business Spotlight: KD Kakes.
All breakfasts will be held from 8-9:30 a.m. in Room 3632 with a cost of $10. The series has been created and developed by KCKCC Workforce Development in conjunction with the Wyandotte Economic Development Council, KCK Chamber of Commerce, Unified Government of KCK-Wyandotte County, Leavenworth Development Corporation and the Kansas Black Chamber of Commerce.