Alexandria, La. – Bryan Franklin is one of the most in-demand entrepreneurial and executive coaches in the world! Over the past ten years, Bryan has helped seven companies reach their first billion in sales or valuation, and helped thousands of entrepreneurs make their first million. Bryan, one of Silicon Valley’s most successful executive coaches, has coached top level executives at Fortune 1000 companies (including Apple, Logitech, Google, Cisco and LinkedIn) and helped entrepreneurs build their fledgling organizations into success stories–taking them from start-ups to billion dollar-generators.
On September 24th, Business Accelleration System (BAS) will host two sessions to help take your business to the next level. Gary Perkins, Dirctor of BAS stated, “The workshop will reveal proven formulas designed to help business executives rapidly scale their business. This program is not a dry business seminar or marketing summit. If you have a prejudice toward action and are looking to create a significant impact with your personal and professional endeavors, this exclusive event is for you!”
The workshop will take place at the Sai Center, 2301 N. MacArthur Drive. The workshop will be divided into two sessions: 9:00 – 11: 30a.m. “Five Aspects of Strategic Genius” and 1:00 – 3:30 p.m. “Models for Success”. There is no cost to attend, but seating is limited so advanced registration is recommended. To reserve your seat, register online at why.bas.com/event or call 318.441.3403.
The Bryan Franklin workshop is brought to you by BAS and powered by Central Louisiana Economic Development (CLEDA), The Rapides Foundation, and The Louisiana Office of Community Development – Disaster Recovery Unit.
About the Business Acceleration System
The Business Acceleration System (BAS) is dedicated to speeding the development of Central Louisiana entrepreneurs by helping them acquire and apply the knowledge they need to grow their companies. BAS uses a multi-faceted approach that includes coaching, expert technical assistance, classroom learning, and web-based instruction to deliver the right content at the right time. BAS is managed by CLEDA. To find out more, visit www.whybas.com