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The ABA Women Rainmakers Spring 2013 Workshop at Smith Moore Leatherwood Greensboro Office

The ABA Women Rainmakers Spring 2013 Workshop at Smith Moore Leatherwood Greensboro Office


April 25, 2013 - April 25, 2013

The ABA Women Rainmakers Spring workshop, “Niche Marketing: Why, How To, and Now What?” will be held on Thursday, April 25 from 8 AM to 10AM at the Smith Moore Leatherwood LLP office in Greensboro, NC. This fourth installment in the Women Rainmakers’ local programming initiative will focus on the power of niche marketing. In an interactive moderated program, attendees will explore why niche marketing works, how to choose a niche or two, and what to do to reach it. Lawyers at every career stage will learn how to better focus their business development efforts and resources to get more results. The speakers will include Smith Moore Leatherwood attorneys Patti Ramseur, Kim Gatling and Camille Stell with Lawyers Mutual Inc.

The firm encourages all female attorneys to attend. The program is free to all attendees, but please note that registration is required.

Click here to register:

For additional information, contact:
Michelle LaFata - michelle.lafata@smithmoorelaw.com; (336)378-5309
Clara Cottrell - clara.cottrell@smithmoorelaw.com; (336)378-5597
Camille Stell - camille@lawyersmutualnc.com
Afi Johnson-Parris - ajp@wardblacklaw.com; (336) 510-2150

Speakers
Kimberly Bullock Gatling
T (336) 378-5356
F (336) 378-5400
Patti West Ramseur
T (336) 378-5304
F (336) 378-5400
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