Just returned from the Excel, Business Show in London's Docklands. Today it seemed busier, with a good number of visitors. I wish they organised it at weekends, so people could go in with their youngsters. The Digital Economy is the way forward, and obviously the Mark Zuckerbergs will probably come from the younger generation who are tuned into what's developing.
Gurdas Sidhu gave a very chatty friendly presentation of the complex topic of making profits on the Forex markets, and invited attendees to a Live Trading Floor meeting next Friday, which is by invitation only. So people wishing to attend can log on to Knowledge to Action and register their wish.
Another very energizing talk was given by Kimberley Davis, who welcomed people into the packed hall for her presentation. She is top on Google, because of her name, Sarsaparilla. People were even sitting on the carpet to listen to a very value-packed session, on her Marketing Magnetism System, 10 Step Programme to attract more money, clients and time. Just one or two pointers from this programme would pay off the cost of this programme. Many a shop has closed not knowing what this savvy entrepreneur has realised. People seldom buy a price, they buy the item. And, "sell the sizzle, not the sausage". What is the unique selling proposition? Like Dominoes delivers pizza - in half an hour. Marketing is such an exciting topic, and the economy will very probably pick up with effort on this goldmine.
All in all, an energizing, inspiring show, worthwhile visiting. I enquired from several sources in the website design and SEO field if 55,000 visitors in one year was good for a small business. "200-300 hundred visiors a day....that's very good". I feel contented, and will develop my website a bit more in next few weeks.
Until my next blog.