Nanaimo Events – Nanaimo Women’s Business Network Sept. 9

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Tuesday, September 9, 2014 – Nanaimo Women’s Business Network – 5:30 to 8:30pm in Nanaimo, BC

The Nanaimo Women’s Business Network proudly presents The Sales Diva Kim Duke:

How to Turn Follow-up into Cash, one of many meetings held on the second Tuesday of every month.

Expect to learn a secret strategy that simplifies follow-up in business, unusual techniques to please customers, how often to follow-up with customers, when to know to back off, what types of follow-up strategies work the best, and what you must do this very week with existing customers…with many, many more tips and expert advice.

Kim Duke is founder of The Sales Divas and The Sales School for Women. She is an international sales speaker, coach and best-selling author who provides savvy, sassy sales training for women entrepreneurs and sales people.

Nanaimo Golf and Country Club will host the NWBN dinners this year. Meetings are $35 (for members) including a meal, dessert, coffee/tea, and gratuity. The cost for non-members is $40 (max visit of 2 times as a guest).

Each month we have engaging speakers, member spotlights, door prizes, and more!

Nanaimo Event Details: 

Event: Nanaimo Women’s Business Network

Date: Tuesday, September 9, 2014. 5:30 to 8:30pm.

Location: Nanaimo Golf Club (2800 Highland Blvd.), Nanaimo, BC

Prices: $35 members, $40 at the door

Contact: Email: Shari Molchan ( or phone: 250-755-4004

Official website:

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