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Jason Stein visits AHB to tell how to “be seen, be heard, be remembered”:

Thursday,February 16, 2017, 6-9 pm


You have 30 seconds to leave a lasting impression on the person standing opposite you. It’s amazing how a mere 30 seconds can leave you feeling either confident in your abilities, or leave you deflated, wondering if networking events are just a big waste of your already limited time. Join Jason Stein, as he reveals a simple three-step process to solidifying your “elevator speech,” leaving you seen, heard, and remembered. That talk, and the usual networking and buffet supper, are all part of the February monthly meeting of the nonprofit business association for those who work from home, the 23-year-old Portland-area Association of Home Businesses.

Kaye Kloster

 

MEETING TIME
6:00---Networking
6:30---Dinner
6:50---Attendee Introductions and AHB Business
7:15---Presentation
8:30---Mingling
9:00---Meeting ends
Meeting Details

MEETING PLACE
We meet at the S.M.I.L.E. Station, 8210 S.E. 13th Ave, in Sellwood. Map to AHB.

COST and RSVP
Meeting cost is $10 at the door, cash or check. First-time guests pay $10, the same as members. We encourage you to come and experience an AHB meeting. Please RSVP our President, Eric Norberg, at 503-232-2326, or email him. We buy food according to attendance. Thank you.

MAILING LIST
If you'd like to be added to AHB's meeting announcement mailing list, please provide your name and email address to Eric. We only use your email for this purpose and don't sell or provide your information to anyone.

MEMBERS and MEMBERSHIP
Our members provide a gamut of goods and services. See AHB Members. AHB costs $36 a year to join, which entitles you to the members' dinner meeting rate of $10, our free members-only picnic, a listing on our website, and multiple intangibles. Call Eric at 503-232-2326 to learn more.

AHB is a nonprofit organization for home business owners. We're based in Portland, Oregon, founded in 1992. We're governed by bylaws and have a Board and Officers.