Business Expo Luncheon speaker talks profitability

NANAIMO – Keynote speaker will ask 99 questions key to business success.

Clemens Rettich will give his keynote presentation, 99 Questions: The Doors To Business Success, at this year’s Business Expo Luncheon.

The Greater Nanaimo Chamber of Commerce will host its seventh annual Business Expo Oct. 16 at the Vancouver Island Conference Centre.

Rettich, owner of Clemens Rettich Business Consulting Ltd. and author of Great Performances: The Small Business Script for the 21st Century, focuses on helping business owners redesign their businesses to ensure every element contributes to profitability, while designing a role for the owner that maximizes productivity and minimizes stress.

The price for lunch and Rettich’s talk is $35 for non-exhibitors. For ticket information, please call 250-756-1191. For more info about the speaker, please visit http://clemensrettich.com.

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