New e-book offers business growth advice from 20 area firms

Last updated on July 2nd, 2019 at 09:47 am

Clear Verve Marketing in Elm Grove recently released a new e-book called “100 Ways to Build Your Business in 2012.” The book is a collaborative effort between Clear Verve Marketing and 20 other Milwaukee area firms that contributed ideas to the book.
“We started thinking about all the smart business people we know here in Milwaukee and thought what a great idea it would be to have us all collaborate on a project,” said Christina Steder, president of Clear Verve Marketing.
Steder asked area business leaders to generate five great ideas for the book.
“I wanted to make it manageable and executable,” she said. “If we collected five ideas from 20 different firms we’d have a book with 100 business building ideas for every company. We’re pretty excited about the final product.”
According to Steder, the e-book has business growth ideas for a number of different industries.
“There’s something in it for everyone,” she said.
Other area firms that contributed to the e-book include: C2, Data Dog Interactive, HarQen, Inc., Heritage Printing, Information Technology Professionals, Keystone Click, Life Productions, Living As A Leader, MBA-My Business Advisors, McGrath Marketing Associates, MRA, The Management Association, Power Formula, LLC, Roll Mobile, STM Creative, Small Business Development Centers, Smart Interactive Media, SuperPear Strategies, TriMarq Inc., and Trivera Interactive.
“This free e-book is full of many great ideas any business can implement over the coming year,” Steder said.  “In addition, we are providing readers with the opportunity to receive monthly emails with tips from the book which will help those who read the book to keep the innovation momentum going throughout 2012.”
The e-book is available for download for free at www.100Ways2012.com. Sign up for the email tips is also available by clicking on the Continued Success tab.
“We really just want to make 2012 a great year for everybody and the community,” Stedar said. “There are so many smart people in Milwaukee and we don’t give ourselves enough credit. This e-book is a way to help every business grow for the benefit of everybody.”

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