Best Practices for Using Microsoft Outlook from a Sales Perspective

Upcoming Speaking Engagements

Please note that I made a mistake regarding the date of my presentation to the eWomen’s Network when this post was originally published – my apologies for any inconvenience, I have corrected the date of that engagement as well as added another one below.

Fresh off my Mom 2.0 Summit high, I’ve lined up three speaking engagements.  I believe all three groups are open to receiving guests so please join us if you are interested in either of the topics I’ll be discussing.

First up on March 5th will be The Houston Business Connection breakfast meeting.  This is a great group of professionals that meets every Friday morning at The Houston Racket Club on Memorial Drive and I will be speaking with them about using Social Media from a business perspective. 

Next on Friday, April 9th will be the eWomen Network Luncheon.  This group of successful business women holds monthly luncheons at The Derek Hotel on Westheimer just inside the 610 loop.  I will be speaking with this group about using Microsoft Outlook and SharePoint to increase efficiency and accountability in their business.  Since Advena Artemis is a Microsoft Partner, Microsoft has agreed to provide some great give-aways at this event.

And then on Tuesday, May 11th I will give a second presentation regarding Microsoft Outlook to Professional Women’s Network of Houston which meets at La Madeleine in the Carillion Center at 7:15 AM.  I’ll have more specific details on that topic next month.

Hope to see you there!

This post was written by MistyKhan and published on February 24, 2010 in the following categories: Front Page, Seminars, Social Media. You can leave trackbacks on this post at this address. To follow the comments on this post subscribe to the RSS feed.


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