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Expertise: Internet Marketing & Social Media
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What does it mean to be a Conscious Entrepreneur? Join us as Chris shares his journey as a successful entrepreneur and provides an inside view on how you can make money by making a difference and become a Conscious Millionaire.
Discover how to become a Successful Entrepreneur. Chris is the Founder and CEO of the Tampa Bay Business Owners, a premier business growth organization focused on producing results and growth for CEOs and business owners. He has become a national expert on the viral strategies it takes to bring customers to your web and social media sites. His objective is to positively impact as many people as possible and make a difference in the world, and his business endeavors provide the perfect platform to be able to do that through running his company, educating, speaking, writing and building a strong community of business people who truly care about making a difference.
What is a marketing strategy that has generated profit for your business?
A strategy that Chris has used to bring in sales is building his brand and focusing on his target audience. Also, he says Facebook videos are now a big thing to get sales. For profits, Chris negotiates on everything his business purchases.
Is there a success book you recommend?
WHAT DOES “CONSCIOUS” MEAN TO YOU?
Being present to what is going on and also being present to the impact you have on the world.
What is the legacy that you hope to leave?
Chris’ legacy is Story Jam, sharing the collective stories of business owners . Also, Chris wants to help people understand their untapped potential and to help people be who they want to be.
Would you like to promote a cause that you support?
Children’s Cancer Center Tampa Bay, FL – www.childrenscancercenter.org
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