SpeakerMatch Teleseminar Series
Attracting Corporate Sponsors in 2012
with the Wealthy Bag Lady, Linda Hollander
Guest: Linda Hollander
This was a 60 minute teleseminar which took place on February 07, 2012 at 12:00 p.m. Central Time
Would you like to tap into the awesome power of corporate sponsors? Linda Hollander, the Wealthy Bag Lady, can help you. Her corporate sponsors have included Fed Ex, Health Net, American Airlines, Bank of America, Staples, Citibank, Wal Mart / Sam's Club, Smith Barney and IBM. America's most successful companies partner with sponsors. Why not you?
What Was Covered in This Interview:
- How to attract sponsors
- The 3 biggest mistakes people make
- How to get to the decision makers
- Turning a "no" into an enthusiastic "yes"
- Creating winning proposals sponsors can't refuse
- Spotlighting your assets
- Know how much money to ask for (Don't sell yourself short)
- Getting your sponsors to renew again and again
About Our Guest
Linda Hollander has become known as the Wealthy Bag Lady. She is the industry leader in teaching entrepreneurs about corporate sponsorships. She is the author of the #1 best-selling book, Bags to Riches: 7 Success Secrets for Women in Business. She is the founder of the Womens Small Business Expo and the president of the International Sponsorship Association. Her sponsors include Citibank, Fed Ex, American Airlines, Staples, Health Net, Smith Barney, Wal Mart / Sam's Club, Bank of America and IBM. She is the president of the International Association of Business Sponsorships. She has over 20 years of experience as a small business owner and she is the only person to be featured in both Entrepreneur and Female Entrepreneur magazine in the same month. She has also been on NBC, CBS, FOX Television, Bloomberg Radio and Remarkable Women.
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