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Grunder and Calloway webinar today

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Don't forget to register for today's webinar with Marty Grunder and Joe Calloway where the duo tells you how to excel during the economic recovery.

Chuck Bowen | January 16, 2011

Caption: Calloway, left; Grunder, right

The days of playing defense are over. 

Green industry leader and Lawn & Landscape columnist Marty Grunder joins with nationally renowned business expert and author Joe Calloway to show in clear and simple details how to position your business to take maximum advantage of the economic turnaround. 
 
Move forward with practical ideas from Joe and Marty on how to build business now. Come prepared to challenge your thinking, engage and take action! 
 
The free webinar takes place Jan. 17 at 3 p.m. EST. Click here to register.
 
Grunder is president of Marty Grunder! Inc., a business consulting company that provides speaking, training and consulting services to entrepreneurs and business leaders throughout the United States and Canada. Marty is an author and noted authority on leadership, team building, sales and marketing and personal and business success.
 
Grunder’s portfolio has grown to hundreds of clients including The Ohio State University, Dow AgroSciences, PLANET, Ditch Witch, Park National Bank, Lawn & Landscape, Bayer Environmental Science, Xavier University and DUCTZ International. He has given over 500 talks and has motivated audiences ranging from 20 to 9,000 people.
 
Calloway is the author of four business books, including the best-selling Becoming A Category of One, which received rave reviews from The New York Times, Retailing Today, Publishers Weekly and many others.  
 
He is a partner in Engage Consulting Group and is also a partner in BizVideos, a company that produces short business videos for use in meetings and corporate events. He has also been inducted into the Speakers Hall of Fame.
 
 
 
 
 

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