XPand Announces Upcoming Marketing Bootcamp on December 7th

At the upcoming Marketing Bootcamp presented by XPandGrowth.com, Learn How to Create a Simple System to Consistently Get New Clients

Anaheim, CA - November 28, 2019 /MarketersMedia/ —

XPand, offers marketing consulting, web design, and search engine optimization services to small and medium-sized businesses, is proud to announce the date of their upcoming Marketing Bootcamp on December 7, 2019 from 10 AM to 3:10 PM at the World Trade Center in Long Beach, California.

During the bootcamp, attendees will have the opportunity to learn through four interactive exercises designed specifically for growth-minded small and medium-sized business owners and entrepreneurs who want to full understand the business development process and marketing plan development process.

"We believe that with the invention and prevalence of the internet (after all, it's everywhere), there are more ways than ever before to promote your business effectively," stated the author of "Give to Get" and marketing pro Nathan Saunders. "We also believe that the key to these successes and gains is to begin with a strong, well thought out marketing plan. For Business Training Learn More through our workshop and enjoy the proven methods we will share."

During the bootcamp, attendees will have access to hands-on, personalized training that teaches them how to customize their marketing efforts to help propel their business to success; create a simple system to consistently get new clients; and to create powerful messaging that encourages prospects to take action.

There are four parts to the bootcamp. These include the value proposition interactive program, personalized outreach that's tailored to each attendee's business, tools to develop an effective landing page, and tips on how to create emails that sell. Visit the Eventbrite Marketing Bootcamp page to learn more. This bootcamp will answer marketing questions that all business owners have and provide access to a

">Marketing Plan Video that goes even further in-depth to explain all of the topics mentioned.

Additional information about the upcoming event and how to register for the bootcamp can be found by visiting the XPand website or by contacting Nathan Saunders to join.

ABOUT XPAND

XPand offers Marketing Consulting, Web Design, and Search Engine Optimization services to small and medium-sized businesses. XPand exists to provide support to growth-minded business owners looking to take their businesses to the next level. XPand believes in empowering business owners by providing critical support in business development and marketing.With a dedication to ensuring customer satisfaction, this company continues to exceed expectations at every turn, regardless of the client's need.

Contact Info:
Name: Nathan Saunders
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Organization: XPand
Address: 201 E Center St Ste 112 PMB 5009, Anaheim CA
Phone: 6614871806
Website: https://xpandgrowth.com/bootcamp

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