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The 3 Key Principles that Create More Profits and More Free Time
Live Event (in person)
Business professional working on laptop in office lobby.
Date & Time: March 14, 2023, 5:30pm EDT
Cost: $0.00
Duration: 1:30 Hours Language: English


New Milford Public Library, Memorial Hall, 24 Main Street, New Milford, CT 06776

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About the event

What do you do when your business takes over your time and money? What happens when hard work isn’t enough to get it back? It’s time for your business to help you live the life you want instead of taking it away.

In this seminar Domenic Chiarella, our expert presenter from Western CT SCORE, will show you how to build a business that works for you by developing yourself as a leader, creating an environment for your team to take on more tasks, and putting systems in place that produce consistent results.

What you'll learn:
• Gain the understanding of what, why, and how to develop and sustain a growing business
• How to become the best leader and why it is the linchpin to success
• Develop the skills to find and retain employees
• Implement a systematic approach to satisfying your clients

The Business Seminar & Networking Series is presented by the Corporation for New Milford Economic Development, Greater New Milford Chamber of Commerce, New Milford Public Library, and Western CT SCORE. Refreshments will be provided. Register by 3-13-2023.

Parking is located on the street in front of the Library around the Town Green with additional lots found behind Town Hall (10 Main Street) and the Richmond Center (40 Main Street). Please follow all parking signs.

Not able to attend in person? Join us on Zoom! Email by noon on 3-14-2023 for the link.

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