Small Business University

Join us for a 3 hour, 100% pure content presentation:

The More-New-Customers, Make-More-Money Small Business Marketing Seminar

SmallBusinessU.org Presents:

Andrew Mazer who started his own wholesale company at age 21 in 1986 and still going strong today. Discovered the secrets to attracting customers online in 2000 and now he helps other business owners unlock the power of the web to get more customers so they can make more money.

Brad Tornberg who has 20+ years experience helping small & medium-size businesses identify and solve problems by analyzing and honing processes & marketing. Applying management principles and technology, flat businesses become profitable and profitable ones become prosperous.

This is NOT a sales pitch. This is 100% quality content to help you make better Marketing & Management Decisions so you can get more customers and make more money.

A SmallBusinessU.org Presentation

When: 8:30am – Noon Monday, December 9, 2013

Where: Crown Plaza Hotel Conference Room, 2349 Rt. 70 W. Cherry Hill, NJ 08002

Buffet Breakfast will be served.

Register Now: Call 1-866-799-2825

Online at: http://smallbusinessu.org

Only 51 seats available: Registration Deadline is November 29th

About marketsimplicity

“When addressing company issues, the philosophy has to be business first, technology second. “ Brad Tornberg is an entrepreneur who understands the challenges facing businesses struggling with technology and lead/sales generation. His 25 years of working with more than 150 businesses (typically with C-level executives) to provide consulting, strategy development, project planning/management, business process/workflow evaluation, and computer systems/software implementation has taught him that the problem within most organizations losing profitability isn’t so much about broken technology as it is about broken people, systems, and processes. A successful technical and business expert with an MBA in Economics and Finance from Farleigh Dickinson University, Brad is the founder of E3 Consulting and holds Microsoft Certifications for Customer Relationship Management (CRM) sales, implementation, and training. He’s also earned his E-commerce certification from LaSalle University, Programming certification from the Chubb Institute and AT&T, and Great Plains Dynamics Instructor Certification, and was the first worldwide Exact/Macola Software Certified consultant in Manufacturing & Distribution. Past positions have included Senior Consultant/Project Management at Microsoft; CEO and Principal at Front2back Solutions, IMS, and Sofsearch; and Director of Business Development at Wavebend. He comes from a family of entrepreneurs, and believes his exposure to many different industries throughout the course of his career allows him to bring best practices to the table in his consulting today. Brad has seen his role “morph” in recent years. When he first started with E3 Consulting, he analyzed business needs; recommended, sold, and implemented software solutions; and trained companies on how to use them. As he was asked to fix technological problems, he began to see that the real “pain points” were with people and systems, and started to build up a respected reputation as being more of a consultant than a “techie”. He realized that firms needed a system for lead generation, not just a database for contacts. With his recent certification as a Duct Tape Marketing Consultant and the formation of Market Simplicity as an adjunct of E3 Consulting, Brad is strategically taking on the role of a marketing consultant rather than viewing it as an add-on to his “techie” role. He continues to embrace technology, but insists it must be interpreted in the proper light. Finding someone who knows both business and technology is like finding a needle in a haystack. Brad is that guy. He has always been systems-oriented and found Duct Tape Marketing to be attractive because it’s a simple turnkey system that provides focus and
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