Free trade marketing course to open

The Israel Business Consultants Association will open a course instructing professionals in the free trades on appropriate marketing methods.

By DANIEL KENNEMER
January 25, 2006 07:03

 
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The Israel Business Consultants Association will open a course instructing professionals in the free trades on appropriate marketing methods. Architects, accountants, business advisors, lawyers, engineers and others would learn about networking techniques, marketing communications, public relations, methods for recruiting new clients and possibilities to market oneself free of charge, the association said. The month-long course will be held in Tel Aviv beginning March 20. Tuition is NIS 1,290 for the general public, NIS 980 for association members.

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