Complimentary webinar for biotech executives going to the JP Morgan Healthcare Conference Week

Strategies to Quickly Connect and Create Relationships at JPM Week

This webinar was held on December 11, 2019. View the recoding here: https://www.speechimprovement.com/relationships-at-jpm/

Maximize your opportunities. In this timely and informative webinar, learn strategies to connect and create valuable relationships throughout the upcoming JP Morgan Healthcare Conference Week. Our experienced speech coaches will cover important topics including:

  • Organize your thoughts for clarity and maximum impact
  • Share a compelling value proposition in under 30 seconds
  • Network with mastery to meet and build rapport with top priority people

Included for all webinar attendees will be exclusive discounts on JPM week events and executive coaching services.

This JPM-preparation webinar is being brought to you by Big4Bio and The Speech Improvement Company.

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