Powell-Mucha Announces New EMS E-Seminar

April 2003
Circuits Assembly;Apr2003, Vol. 14 Issue 4, p10
Trade Publication
Powell-Mucha Consulting Inc. announced that the company is developing a line of e-learning seminars targeted at the electronics manufacturing services industry. The seminar focuses on five areas of activity: prospecting, qualification, development of the value proposition, account close/expectation setting and developing an account growth plan. The seminar utilizes a training technique called computer-mediated communications. Registered students need Internet access to log-in and go to class.


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