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The KISS of TECH: Technology Secrets of Success for Busy Entrepreneurs
Wednesday, February 20, 2013 from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM (EST)
Are you intimidated by technology? Some people think of it as the "kiss of death," but technology can help you if you don't fear it - keep it simple and take it one step at a time...embrace it.
With the increasingly rapid pace of innovation, it's no wonder you are feeling overwhelmed. You know technology is important to your success and your ability to compete in this highly competitive marketplace, but it's difficult to know what to focus on and make time for in your busy lives.
The KISS of TECH: How to Accelerate Your Business by Embracing Technology is a fun and entertaining technology coaching program designed specifically for women entrepreneurs and business professionals. As an attendee, you will learn to:
- Effectively leverage technology, from smartphones to tablets (i.e. iPads) to customer relationship management systems to social media to mobile marketing and more.
- Save time, save money and make money regardless of your level of expertise or experience.
- Quickly transform into a knowledgeable and confident entrepreneur who embraces technology and has the resources to accelerate your business ahead of the competition.
- Access an exclusive online community for women to ask questions about technology and business, as well as network with other women entrepreneurs and business professionals.
When & Where
Originally from Honolulu, Hawaii, Ronnie spent the first 10 years of his career in Information Technology (IT) supporting the US Government as a Computer Operations Specialist for the US Air Force, Lead Network Engineer for the Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD), and Director of Information Services for the Congressional Commission on Veterans Affairs. He also worked for Microsoft as the liaison between Microsoft and NASA to support the technical support needs of seven NASA Space Centers around the country.
Using his own rapid pro management (RPM) approach to product and program development, Ronnie 'Tsunami' Gandiza, the TIKI TECHIE, has: