Technology expert Alfred Poor will examine the art of making a big virtual impression at the Small Business Skills Summit 2022
Virtual meetings may be common now, but the first impression you make online is just as critical as the one you make face-to-face, according to tech expert Alfred Poor.
He will offer his advice on how business owners can create a winning first impression in every virtual meeting they attend when he hosts a panel session at the Small Business Skills Summit in September.
Mr Poor says a good first impression in an online meeting is essential, especially as technology is commonplace in the wake of the pandemic.
“Those who can make a better first impression in virtual meetings have a competitive advantage and can be more effective at getting their message across,” he said.
In a fast-paced session at 11:00 a.m. AEST on September 9 (9:00 p.m. US Eastern on September 8), Mr. Poor will offer essential tips and strategies that cover:
- Why a first impression in a virtual setting is so important,
- How to Master the Tech Skills to Improve Your Online Presence Without a Big Money Time
- The three “I’s” for making improvements to your virtual presence that are incremental, intentional and impactful.
Mr Poor is a professional speaker and technology expert with audiences around the world, both on stage and virtual.
A graduate of Harvard College, he is the author of 15 books and appears weekly on the American radio show “Into Tomorrow with Dave Graveline”.
He has been quoted in major publications including Fast Company, Money Magazine, US News and World Report, and USA Today for his ability to present complex concepts in a way that they can be put into practice immediately.
Back by popular demand, the Small Business Skills Summit is an initiative of the small business networking and resource community, Business Business Business, and this year will see 30 different experts over 30 days offer their advice and insights on topics such as marketing, law, sales techniques. , state of mind and more.
Business Business founder Linda Reed-Enever says the Small Business Skills Summit is now in its fourth year, following its first launch in 2018.
“The Small Business Skills Summits are designed by business owners for business owners, providing operators with the best tools and expertise available in a convenient and accessible form,” said Ms. Reed-Enever.
The summit takes place online throughout September. Sessions will take place daily at 11 a.m., providing insight and expertise into the essential tools every business needs.
Attendees can choose which presenters they want to see, engage in question and answer forums. With a VIP ticket, they can also enjoy the convenience of accessing information after the event and have access to four expert panel sessions during the event.
The Small Business Skills Summit runs from September 1-30
Registration for the event is open now at
About the company – Business Business Business is an information hub, built for business owners, by business owners. With the mantra “Learn, Connect, Network and Do”, it is an arena dedicated to supporting and providing essential resources and skills to small business operators.
For more information or to arrange an interview, contact:
Linda Reed-Enever on 0433 149 319