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CENTS marketplace and university announces keynote speaker

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Best selling author and media expert Janine Driver to deliver address.

| July 16, 2014

COLUMBUS, Ohio – Janine Driver, the New York Times best selling author of “You Say More Than You Think” and most recently “You Can’t Lie To Me,” has been selected as the keynote speaker for CENTS marketplace and university January 7-9, 2015 at The Greater Columbus Convention Center.

Driver will present her keynote presentation Thursday, January 8, 2015, then follow with a breakout session and book signing.

“Janine Driver is a renown author, speaker and visionary, and we know she will captivate the convention participants with her work on interpreting body language cues in business,” said Kevin Thompson, executive director of Cents and its sponsor, the Ohio Nursery and Landscape Association. “It’s really a credit to the convention that we were able to retain this level of talent.”

A media expert for NBC’s Today Show, 20/20, CNN, Anderson Cooper and the Dr. Oz Show, Driver is founder of the Body Language Institute program that teaches executives, sales professionals, and others such as Cents marketplace and university participants on how to use body language techniques to build executive presence, maximize selling skills, and create and deliver winning business presentations.



 

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