Invitation to "The Full Monty: Using the Internet as your Primary Business Development Tool" a free Ready Set Grow webinar
September 21, 2010

in collaboration with CATAAlliance

Sept 14, 2010
Looking to increase your sales without blowing your budget?

Join us on Tuesday, September 21 for this free webinar:


Space is limited.
Reserve your Webinar seat now at:

Over 90% of buyers now start their buying cycle by researching solutions and suppliers on the internet. That shift in buyer behaviour has created a tremendous threat to traditional businesses, and a huge opportunity for newer, smaller organizations. Today, smaller companies with limited resources can use their website to outperform their competition, gain priceless market insight, and generate high-quality prospects at lower cost than possible using traditional sales and marketing.

Join us on Tuesday, Sept 21st to see how you can build an effective online sales funnel, by attracting, engaging, converting, and nurturing your prospects with minimal resources, and turn your website into your most effective business development tool.

There is no cost to attend, but space is limited, so sign up now!

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The session takes place on Tuesday September 21, 2010 at 12:00 EDT. Sessions are accessible over a standard web-browser. Attendees will receive access to a recording of the event, along with the Ready, Set, Grow Resource Guide, which captures the content of the series.

About Ready Set Grow
The Ready Set Grow webinars are a resource for emerging and established Canadian Technology companies to help them accelerate their growth.

Visit for access to free downloads of material from past webinars,

The series is being presented by the Canadian Innovation Centre and the Technology Marketing Resource Centre in collaboration with the Canadian Advanced Technology Association (CATA).

The Ready Set Grow series is sponsored by the Business Development Bank of Canada (BDC).
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Business Development Bank of Canada (BDC)