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Driving for Profit seminar returns to Toronto

TORONTO, Ont. -- Ray Haight will headline the next installment of the Driving for Profit seminar series, when ...


TORONTO, Ont. — Ray Haight will headline the next installment of the Driving for Profit seminar series, when it returns to Toronto May 5.

 

Last year, Haight helped to launch the Driving for Profit seminar in London, to a full house. Haight’s presentation, Being Prepared for the Future, will focus on SWOT (strength, weakness, opportunities and threats). It’s a system Haight believes will improve any business.

 

“The industry has benefited from the efforts of the organizers of the seminars, and I look forward to working on improving the businesses which participate,” he says. “SWOT is something every company can use, and will find is a valuable tool to use in day-to-day business.”

 

The seminar will also feature Allison Graham, an expert in networking and business relationships who received rave reviews for a presentation at the last Driving for Profit seminar, held in Cambridge. As a sought-after keynote speaker, workshop leader, and private executive coach, Graham has taught hundreds of business professionals how to catapult their business networking skills. Her presentation is called Working Your Network.

 

Kevin Snobel, the general manager of Caravan Logistics and blogger on Trucknews.com, will be on-hand as well, to talk on about Accidents Happen: Be Prepared.

 

The upcoming Driving for Profit Seminar will be held at the Capitol Banquet Centre, 6435 Dixie Road, Mississauga, on Tuesday, May 5. The fee is $65.00. To register, refer to www.drivingforprofit.com.

 


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