Global entrepreneur, Kelly Ritchie of SalesPartners Worldwide, will present his popular “Always Start Big” seminar and workshop at the inaugural Business Indaba at the CTICC, Cape Town on Saturday 15 September 2012.
Kelly is an international speaker, former advisor to the Rich Dad Company and personal friend of Robert Kiyosaki (Rich Dad Poor Dad) and together with Blair Singer (Little Voice Mastery, ABC’s of Building a Business Team) owns SalesPartners Worldwide.
Kelly is one of the world’s leading business minds, a master of systems and processes, and saviour of many businesses worldwide.
He has presented this incredibly powerful seminar to thousands of people around the globe and is delighted to present it during the upcoming Business Indaba in Cape Town.
Business owners know the importance of having systems and processes in place to run a profitable business. But what happens if your systems don’t work or if you have been so busy building your business that you don’t even have working systems at all?
At “Always Start Big” you will hear how Kelly built a $100 million company in just seven months and learn (in just one day) how you can build your own multi-million rand business.
He will show you how to turn a good idea into cash flow and capital for your business. You will master the skill of designing systems that can increase productivity, sales and efficiency by employing your current resources.
Learn about the four rules of entrepreneurship and how to establish a business rapidly. Discover how to “economy-proof” your business and how to take your business from local to global.
The programme is proudly brought to you by SalesPartners Cape Town, leaders in the field of business growth and development.
Tickets for the one day seminar are R1950 per person and are available from both www.salespartnerscapetown.co.za and www.businessindaba.co.za.
The ticket includes the full-day seminar (08:00 to 19:00), seminar material, refreshments, lunch and parking.
Business Indaba is a four day event boasting a conference programme, workshops, evening seminars and networking opportunities.
The programme is designed for established and aspiring entrepreneurs, business owners, top executives and sales executives. The event runs in Cape Town from 15 to 18 September.
See www.businessindaba.co.za for more information and tickets to the individual events or call CADEK Media at 021 855 4750.