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Speaker Series: 3 Ways to Gain Traction in Slow Season

Join us on September 23rd to learn strategies to gain traction for your business during the slow seasons.

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As seasons change so do supply and demand. Different times of the year call for different needs from clients and customers.

This leads business owners and freelancers to wonder "How can I gain traction during the slow season?"

In this workshop Execution Expert Georgie-Ann Getton will share her 3 proven ways to gain traction during business slow season.

You will learn how to:

  • lower your overhead expenses
  • gain new clients
  • keep current clients.

We'll have a Q&A at the end of this session.

Georgie-Ann Getton

Execution Expert and CEO of GSD Solutions

Georgie-Ann Getton is a NY-based tech ecosystem trailblazer. She is an Execution Expert and CEO of GSD Solutions, a business development agency she founded in 2019. She is also a multimedia content creator, author, and thought leader through her personal brand GSD with Georgie. Georgie is passionate about developing inclusive, innovative, and experience-driven business models.

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