Next Wednesday 29 August we’ve got a jam packed Sydney Business & Technology User Group (SBTUG) meeting all lined up.
The meeting kicks off at 6:30pm with free pizza.
Steve is a sales and marketing guru who specialises in training SMEs and company managers. His session will outline tools and tips for company owners, software managers and senior developers to increase their effectiveness at winning new business.
Steve has more details about his session here (http://steveherzberg.blogspot.com/2007/08/winning-new-business.html).
For our technology session, SharePoint expert Deon Taylor (http://sharemypoint.blogspot.com/) from SDM (http://www.sdm.com.au/Pages/home.aspx) will be going through Enterprise Search and its implementation within the company perimeter. Enterprise Search is an extremely important business requirement these days, so this session will be invaluable to people investigating the different options available. Deon has details of his session here (http://sharemypoint.blogspot.com/2007/08/enterprise-seo-sharepoint-search.html).
SBTUG on Facebook
Perhaps you’ve avoided Facebook so far (it can be a time waster, that’s for sure).
However, if you are on Facebook I invite you to join the SBTUG group (and also the SBTUG Events).
The benefits of the Facebook group are that we can easily stay in touch, post comments and notices, as well as sign up for events and RSVP to events (which will help me with catering).
To join simply visit this page (you’ll need to log in for all these links) and click on the ‘Join Group’ link:
To add the SBTUG 29 August Event, go to this page and click on the ‘Add to my Events’ link:
Please use the RSVP link to let me know if you’ll be attending.
If you’d like to add me as your friend, please go to my profile and click ‘Add Craig as a Friend’:
I’ve got some great SBTUG T-Shirts, so as a special incentive to join me on Facebook, I’ll be giving a T-Shirt to the first 10 people who join the SBTUG group on Facebook.
(You’ll need to attend an SBTUG meeting to pick up your prize.)
Looking forward to seeing you this coming Wednesday 29 August 2007 at 6:30pm.
More details on the meeting at the SBTUG web site: www.sbtug.com
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