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eFreedom Helps Business Owners Get "Shark Approved"

 
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Chicago, IL -- (SBWIRE) -- 01/24/2014 -- Kevin Harrington, one of the original panelists on ABC’s Shark Tank, and Cherif Medawar, a leader in real estate investing, are bringing valuable insights about business growth and development to audiences all throughout North America with their eFreedom seminars. By showing business owners how to best take advantage of the tools that they have available, Harrington and Medawar can show business owners how to create a stable company and get “Shark Approved”.

Through the eFreedom seminars business owners will learn what it takes to transform their ideas in to a legitimate company and start down the road to true wealth. The seminars teach business owners how to market their companies and the importance of a strong web presence in the modern economy. Business owners will learn about things like how to use free social media platforms to connect with customers, how to use targeted marketing to reach the right customers and the need for SEO services to increase site visits. In addition, business owners will learn about creating manageable growth and the need for a flexible business plan. With this information business owners will be well on their way to success and on their way to being “Shark Approved”.

An entrepreneur may have a good idea to get a business started, but without some guidance to take the company to the next level, the business will falter. The eFreedom seminars are a free two hour session that no business owner can afford to miss because of the information provided and the access to business experts that entrepreneurs will obtain. Business owners who wish to attend the seminar should go to http://efreedom.com to register and get their free downloadable copy of Kevin Harrington’s book Act Now!. With many seminars taking place all over the country in 2014 there should be a seminar near most business owners.

FOR MORE INFORMATION: Visit http://efreedom.com to register for the free two-hour seminar.