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Stay Ahead of the Curve with Neponset Valley Chamber of Commerce Seminars By Lynda Bassett

Sure, your calendar is crowded with things to do: meetings, deadlines and upcoming projects. In the midst of day-to-day responsibilities, it's hard to step back and take a look at the big picture.

However, in order to succeed in business, you must stay on top of-and ahead of-business trends. Because if you don't keep up with what's going on in business today, you will certainly be left behind. When it comes to your to-do list, it is vital to take time for professional development.

Professional development means learning about new and unconventional ways to increase your sales. The Neponset Valley Chamber of Commerce is offering a complimentary business briefing on April 12. This briefing will show CEOs and top executives exactly how to boost the bottom line.

Still trying to get the word out about your business? The key here is to network, network, network. We've got a great lunch networking meeting on April 16 at Davio's. If you can't make that, we've got another networking session after work on April 24, at the Needham Bank. (You can register now on nvcc.com.)

Building and expanding your network gives you more opportunities to market your business and gain visibility. Networking leads to referrals, which leads to new business, and so on.

A big part of increasing visibility in your business is having a top-notch website that will get and keep your customers' attention. Industry experts will explore what you need to know about building an effective website on April 30. These events are a great opportunity to socialize, have fun and meet other business members. Who knows? You just may get a few leads.

Learning about new ways to increase your revenue, staying on top of current technology and getting out there to network are some of the many ways to grow your business. Even if you're not a member of the Neponset Valley Chamber of Commerce, you should check out some of these events. Because when you do, you'll probably want to become a member. And Chamber membership pays off in all kinds of ways.