Business Performance Makeover Contest Overview

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Business Performance Makeover Contest Overview

Time: March 21, 2011 from 10am to 11am
Location: Web Based Event
Website or Map: http://www.egia.org/academy/2…
Phone: 720.771.1708
Event Type: business, performance, makeover, contest, overview
Organized By: Stephen Michael Self
Latest Activity: Mar 10, 2011

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Event Description

Join us on March 21st to learn more about the Business Performance Makeover Contest. EGIA, BPI, and Efficiency First are inviting Home Improvement, Home Performance and Energy Efficiency Contractors from across the country to enter for a chance to win a yearlong Business Performance Makeover prize package worth up to $50,000 or more!

 

Through this contest, two contracting businesses will win a Business Performance Makeover prize packages that may include: Website design, payroll and accounting services, marketing and sales consulting, business software, tools, equipment and more! The actual prize packages will be determined based on an extensive evaluation of the contractors' business and other criteria. The deadline to enter is April 8, 2011.

Business Performance Makeover Contest

On the March 21st Web Exchange, you will learn more about this contest, including:

  • If this contest is a good fit for your company
  • Who the contest sponsors are and what products and services they are donating
  • How all contest entrants will be able to follow the makeover of the winning businesses and discover a roadmap to grow their own company.

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