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Want More From Susan Rich?

February 12, 2010 Leave a comment

Our wonderful volunteer presenter Susan Rich, who has presented her Write it Rich! Series with us several times to rave reviews, is offering two longer extended sessions in the coming weeks. If you wanted more from Susan Rich than we’ve been able to offer with a couple sessions at Mercy Corps Northwest, this may be your chance. You can find out more about her at www.richwriting.com

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Back and Better for 2010!
Write it Rich! Tips for Reluctant Writers
Longer class, more content, all for $65*

What’s the secret to writing benefit-based marketing copy that GRABS attention and DRIVES sales? There isn’t one. It’s actually a 3-step process, and one you can learn in just 3 hours. Write it Rich! Tips for Reluctant Writers shows you how.

In this class:
Learn – how to sell the benefit of your product or service so you make more money.
Discover – why the intangibles of your business story are your most potent sales tool.
Leave – with a benefit-based mini ad. You’ll learn the difference between “what you do” and how to describe your business so “others benefit.”

Next Dates:
Wednesday, Feb. 24, 5:30 pm to 8:30 pm
OR
Saturday, Feb. 27, 10 am to 1 pm

Address:
150 SW Harrison, near the Lovejoy Fountain
Directions sent when you register.

Class size limited to 10. Registration required.

Please RSVP to Susan Rich, RichWriting.
503-341-6674
susan@richwriting.com

*$65 Limited Time Offer

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The Entrepreneurial Spirit at MCNW

February 8, 2010 Leave a comment

We had another one of our monthly get-togethers on January 28th. Twenty or so clients came, with food and stories to share. Chris Bucci, a loan client and the creator of the ubiquitous Heart in Oregon stickers, dropped in and talked about his experience starting up a business, and what it means for him to be an entrepreneur.

Chris Bucci

Chris Bucci

Chris Bucci Presentation
We also had the lovely music of Autopilot is for Lovers, whose lead singer Arienna Hatfield is also a Mercy Corps Northwest client.
Autopilot is for Lovers
With all this talent, it’ll be easy to keep these events going, and we’re looking forward to the next one.

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