Great Ideas from Rosann Levy, The Roart Group

24 06 2010

I think it’s fair to say we all learned something from Rosann’s talk that we can bring back to our businesses and put into action. Rosann sent me a copy of her presentation which I converted from PPT to a PDF, however there were a few things that didn’t translate, but I think there’s enough that did to make it worthwhile to look at.

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Be sure to follow the schedule of Rosann’s new networking group on MeetUp. I’m signing up for next Monday at Harbor Lights in Norwalk.  

Next month’s topic for FINE is “Business Continuity Planning”, preparing for what to do when your business is interrupted in some way; storm, power outage, computer crash, disaster, etc. I’m sure there are some people in Bridgeport right now, wishing they had a plan. The storm, tornado or whatever it was ripped through this afternoon and a state of emergency was declared. And here in Westport, a few miles away, all is well.    

Thanks to ActionCOACH for supplying the coffee and to Josh Slavitt for staying within the 3 minute allotted time (almost to the second) to talk about their business. 🙂

June 17th – “High Impact Low Cost Promotion” – presented by Rosann Levy, The Roart Group

1 06 2010

FINE Business Networking meets on June 17th, 9AM, at the Westport Country Playhouse. The featured topic is “High Impact Low Cost Promotion”, presented by Rosann Levy, President, The Roart Group, LLC,

Have you ever thought ….. What makes your business stand out? Why customers should buy from you? Have you created a buzz in the marketplace? Do you have a unique selling point? If you can’t answer yes to these questions, then attending this program is a must.  Rosann’s presentation will give tips on how to create an identity, establish awareness and brand your business for little or no cost. “High Impact Low Cost Promotion” is a marketing strategy that will give you and your company that competitive edge.

Prior to The Roart Group, Rosann worked with her husband and two sons in their boutique accounting firm as Director of Marketing. She was President of the National Association of Women Business Owners and founded and was President of the Family Business Council of Greater New York.  Along with her husband, Arthur, she founded Soho Dance in 2004, one of the hottest Latin ballroom dance studios in Manhattan.

As an author, she wrote a seminal article, “Growing the Firm—and Growing the Marriage,” and was honored by the Connecticut Press Club with a non-fiction award for her memoir, It’s Never Too Late To Dance. 

Rosann has appeared on Fox 5 with Mike & Juliet, Good Day New York and was interviewed by Joan Hamburg.  She was featured in Ebony magazine and has been cited in various business publications including The New York Times and Crain’s New York Business and also had TV appearances on, CNN, CNBC, and numerous others. She is a two-time award winner from the New York Chamber of Commerce & Industry, the New York Society of Association Executives and the American Marketing Association.

She continues to be outspoken in the business community helping small business owners understand the marketing process and how to achieve their goals.

Coffee will be provided, compliments of Geri Sutton, Business Development Manager, ActionCOACH,

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