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Colorado-based Small Business Expert Nancy Gaines hosts half-day, hands-on business training workshop in Lakewood, Colorado on April 15, 2016

DENVER, CO – 05 Apr, 2016 – Email is the primary channel for lead generation for 89% of marketers, according to Mailigen, an email marketing platform.  A company’s email list is one of its greatest assets.  It’s also the most underused by business owners who are unknowingly losing customers to their competition.  Companies who are not effectively leveraging email marketing are driving sales to someone else.

Nancy Gaines and her team at Gain Advantages, a Denver business consulting firm, announced a workshop to assist entrepreneurs in finding more clients and growing their revenue with email.  “There are tactics to obtain more clients and results with simple email marketing strategies.  Many business owners can directly link their email marketing to an increase in company revenue,” says Gaines.

The workshop is run boot camp style because most of the work is completed during the event.  Attendees leave the workshop with a thorough understanding of how to use email to improve sales, a system for nurturing their email list, a process for writing emails the encourage prospects to take action, and tactics to get more results with email marketing.  This is a done-with-you workshop.

The event will be held on Friday, April 15, 2016 from 9:45 am – 1:00 pm in Lakewood, Colorado.  The event starts with a panel of business experts including Anthony Prichard (Google Certified You Tube Partner), Laura Pence (Owner of Social Savvy Geek and Online Growth Expert), and Dru Shockley (Web Developer and creator of the Passion Analysis for Business).  These featured panelists and more will share great advice on how to grow a small business quickly and effectively.  Learn more.

Over 90% of small businesses fail because they run out of time, money, or don’t know the right path to follow.   Gaines intends to increase the success rate with her bold vision: Helping small business owners create even more jobs, abundance, and charitable give back globally by improving productivity and focus. Productivity is so much bigger than time management. It’s about focus management – doing the right things in the right order at the right time. Most small business owners simply need a strong plan and knowledge to fast-track getting from A to Z.

“Many people know they are meant to do big things in this world with their company.  As a business productivity expert, I just help them do this faster,” says Gaines.  Besides this workshop, Gaines is speaking at the All Women Economic Forum this May in New Delhi, India which draws over 1,500 women from around the globe for education, networking, and partnerships.

Watch this video with highlights from past workshops.

About Nancy Gaines

Nancy Gaines is a high energy, interactive trainer/speaker who has participated in numerous conferences.  As the Founder and CEO of Gain Advantages, she spent two decades consulting to major Fortune companies.  She is a bestselling author and host of an international podcast for small business owners which is downloaded in over 45 countries.  Her signature talks include From Mess to Success: Simple Organization Tips for Amazing Results and Lessons in Momentum: Defeat the Top 3 Obstacles to Success.  As a business productivity expert, Nancy assists and mentors business owners to massively grow their companies and be more even more successful.  

Learn more at: www.NancyGaines.com or by calling (800) 360-8694.

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Website: www.NancyGaines.com

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