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    Toronto’s top business leaders come together at Accelerate Your Business event

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    Are you a business owner starting off in your industry? Are you interested in starting a business? Have been in the game for a while, but still getting your bearings?

    The career of a business owner is nothing if not rewarding, but it can be also be challenging as you try to stay ahead of the competition, grow your bottom line, hire the right people, and create creating compelling customer value case. The pressure to thrive or be left behind can be intense.

    For business owners in the GTA who want to stay educated on topics such as improving customer engagement, the technology needed to maximize productivity and what it means to be an entrepreneur in this day and age, the Accelerate Your Business –  Business Conference may be the perfect event. In just a single day you can develop a clear vision for your business and enjoy access to all the tools you need to reach your goals.

    The conference is being held on Thursday, March 2, 2017 from 8:30 am – 1:30 pm at the Fairmont Royal York in downtown Toronto. It will feature high-profile speakers recognized as movers and shakers in the industry, including Arlene Dickinson, CEO of Venture Communications and YouInc.com. She is one of the venture capitalists on CBC’s Dragons’ Den.  

    The Microsoft-sponsored event is positioned to help business leaders improve their collaboration skills and learn how to stay productive in the ever-changing business landscape. Remember to pack your business cards, you never know what opportunities are waiting for you to do what you do best – promote your business.

    So whether you’re a new business owner or a seasoned entrepreneur, Microsoft can help you move forward by offering solutions, best practices, and valuable networking opportunities to advance both your personal and professional life.

    Accelerate your business, accelerate your growth. Click here to learn how you can take part in this conference.

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