Dale Carnegie executive Robert Graves will discuss how to succeed at networking
LARGO, Fla. – (June 23, 2014) – Tampa Bay Innovation Center, an innovation and entrepreneurship center for technology businesses, will hold its July TECH Talk program on Tuesday, July 8, at 8:30 a.m. at Microsoft Headquarter offices, 5426 Bay Center Dr., Suite 700, Tampa.
The July program, “Networking Success,” will be presented by Robert Graves, director of business performance improvement for Dale Carnegie Tampa Bay. In this interactive presentation, he will discuss how to maximize your time and efforts to become more successful at networking events.
For nearly a decade with Dale Carnegie, Robert has trained clients in the highly effective Sales Success course. He also trains in Leadership, Presentation and Human Relations courses. He was selected Dale Carnegie Business Consultant of the Year, making the prestigious Dale Carnegie International $300,000 Sales Club. Previously, he worked for Computer Associates, where he was twice #1 in Stand Alone Sales; and at Allied Telesyn, where he increased SMB sales by 363 percent in one year. He is a graduate of the University of South Florida, where he earned a Bachelor of Arts in Communication and an MBA with a focus in Finance and Marketing.
Presented by Tampa Bay Innovation Center as part of the Entrepreneurs’ Hub (eHub), TECH Talk is the area’s premier networking and education event developed specifically to meet the interests of the local technology community. Attendees include new and start-up technology companies, as well as entrepreneurs and those interested in the growth and success of technology innovation and entrepreneurism in the Tampa Bay area.
There is no fee to attend, but space is limited. Advance registration is suggested at http://www.july2014techtalk.eventbrite.com. Additional information is available by contacting Jen Suereth at 727-547-7340 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tampa Bay Innovation Center’s eHub offers programs and an online community geared toward entrepreneurs, innovators, investors and others interested in the growth of the local technology community.
The eHub is sponsored by Head of Lettuce Media, Young-Rainey STAR Center, Vology, Collaborative Labs at St. Petersburg College and Pinellas County Economic Development.
About Tampa Bay Innovation Center:
Tampa Bay Innovation Center (http://www.tbinnovates.com) supports entrepreneurial success, fosters the creation of high-tech jobs and develops new sources of technology and manufacturing capabilities by nurturing early stage ventures as they grow and launch their products into the marketplace. Programs are tailored to the innovator/entrepreneur and address business intelligence, planning and business formation, strategy execution and technology transition. Tampa Bay Innovation Center supports the Entrepreneurs’ Hub, which includes programming and an online community geared toward entrepreneurs, innovators, investors and others interested in the growth of the local technology community. Follow Tampa Bay Innovation Center on Twitter, http://www.twitter.com/tbinnovates, or on Facebook, http://www.facebook.com/tbinnovationcenter.