Thursday, June 11, 2020 10:00 am - 11:30am
Virtual Meeting and Webinar
FREE for ALL chapter members and Business Partners
Post-COVID Pivot: New Ways to Make Money
Presented by: Elaine Quinn and Caroline Guntur
Webinar Program: Grow your business and find new ways to serve clients in any environment, by packaging and selling your skills and expertise in new ways.
Now that we’ve experienced the COVID-19 quarantine, we’re all thinking about how to do business despite industry changes or physical logistics. More than ever the time is right to leverage your skills and experience in new ways, beyond limits of billable hours or being physically present with clients.
Our experts will provide insights into alternative methods to grow your business and earn income using your unique experience and professional skills. They will share real world examples of developing content-based products and programs that sell. If you have ever dreamed of writing a book, developing an on-line class, conducting workshops or positioning yourself as a topic expert, this program will offer guidance and examples of how to achieve those dreams!
Brief summary of content:
- Experts share their experience in developing new products and services that transfer organizing & productivity skills to clients without being physically present
- Examples of revenue producing products: books, online classes, webinars, and more
- Best advice, resources and shortcuts to help you develop your own plans and put them into action.
These experienced professional organizers have moved beyond the service hours model by developing products and services to provide recurring revenue.
Elaine Quinn, is The Solopreneur Specialist.She joined NAPO in 2001 and began her organizing business as a generalist, but realized her 25 year corporate background and strong business skills uniquely qualified her to bring practical advice and smart solutions to single-person business owners. Work in sales and management with Fortune 100 companies helped Elaine developed strong organization and time management skills. And, as a volunteer consultant with the Small Business Administration (SCORE) she translated these skills to small, micro and solo businesses.Elaine has written two books, is a noted speaker and has been quoted in several national publications. Elaine has served on the NAPO Chicago Board since 2003, including a term as Chapter President. She's currently serving her tenth year as our Director of Business Partners, and helping guide NAPO’s national Business Partner program.
Caroline Guntur is a Certified Photo Organizer and Genealogist, specializing in digital organizing and family history. She is the owner of The Swedish Organizer, LLC, a company that provides customized family history solutions to clients all over the world. Caroline also hosts webinars, workshops, and creates online courses. A native of Ystad, Sweden, Caroline has a Bachelor’s Degree in Visual Communications from Hawaii Pacific University, and a Master’s Degree in Media Management from Columbia College Chicago. She currently divides her time between the United States and Sweden. Caroline is also a member of the National Genealogical Society, The Association of Personal Photo Organizers (APPO), the Association of Professional Genealogists (APG) and all their respective Chicago chapters.
VIRTUAL ACCESS: Everyone registered for this event will receive a confirmation email with links and access info for this Chapter Meeting Webinar.
JOIN US AFTER THE MEETING:
NAPO Chicago@Noon Chapter Virtual Networking
Come back to join our lunch time virtual Networking session and online small group discussions. This event is for chapter members and Business Partners only. See event calendar or click here to register for access to NAPO Chicago@Noon networking session.
For questions, please contact Paula Ripple, Director of Professional Development: firstname.lastname@example.org.