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Online Workshop : Tactics & Strategies for Business Success During Tough Times

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What we’ll do

Coronavirus is a “black swan event” that has changed the level playing field for several businesses fundamentally overnight. Just like as a response to any other events, some businesses will find and adapt to new ways of doing business and thrive, while the others will quietly wither away. It will all come down how clever a business is in acquiring and retaining profitable customers. This workshop will be based on “live cases” sourced from participants with practical ready to implement suggestions.

Who Should Attend?

This workshop will benefit you, if you are a business owner or a senior manager responsible for navigating the current drastic impacts and charting new course for your business. You will gain new perspectives, particularly in business model redesign, sales & marketing, customer management (with special emphasis on leveraging digital transformation).

Workshop Faculty

INDRAJEET MAGAR: INDER is a top rated sales, advertising sales, financial services and travel sales, relationship management professional with a wealth of experience in B2B, B2C, business networking, retail sales and media purchase. He is recognised for his ability to handle multiple accounts, plan marketing campaigns, deliver sales results and growths and build rapport with industry peers and clients. He has worked with advertising agencies like Ethnic Communications Pty Ltd (Sydney), LEBA Ethnic Group (Melbourne), Boomerang advertising agency, Multicall (Sydney), Loud media, McKenzie Partners, etc since 2007. He is the founder & director of The Indian Telegraph Media, Australia, and also currently manages sales and agent relationship in NSW for Western Union financial services.

GIRI RAMACHANDRAN: GIRI is an investor and entrepreneur with extensive executive management experience in Digital, Mobiles, Cloud & IT industries, covering sales & marketing, strategy, product management through work experience at News Corp, Telstra, Optus and IBM. Giri has set up and led successfully several new ventures within large corporations as well as start-ups and SME. Giri currently runs a software business and is focused on Australian and US market expansion efforts.

Event Details

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Date: 22nd April 2020
Time: 2.00PM to 3.00PM

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