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Boat-show marketing webinar set for today

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A webinar seeking to teach businesses how to get the most out of boat shows takes place today from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. EST.

“Increase Your Boat Show Impact” will be moderated by Charlie Baker of Portco Marine and features Tim Wilson of Business Development Concepts. Registration is $19.

Topics include integrating strategic partners to expand sales, generating sales before and after a show and using boat shows to expand customer relationships.

For 15 years, Wilson has taken his experiences and those of other owners he has worked with to help businesses avoid common and costly mistakes. He has worked with owners to develop their businesses and implement the solid practices needed to be successful in today’s business climate.

In the summer of 2010, Wilson founded Wilmington, N.C.-based Business Development Concepts, a business consulting firm for the owners of small to medium-size businesses. He has a client base of 30 nationwide and writes a weekly blog on business management and sales called the “Weekly Sales Jumpstart.”

He also conducts more than 50 sales training webinars and seminars each year and provides sales training to corporations with locations domestic and international.

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