Grandma was right. You do only get one chance to make a good first impression. When you’re networking, one goal should always be to make the very best first impression you can on the strangers you meet. Often that impression begins with Your Winning Smile.
It was a true pleasure having Phil serve as our 2011 Small Business Conference Task Team Chair. He came with great ideas, passion and commitment for taking our conference to the next level.Megan E. Kim DirectorCOSE Education & Programs
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