One of the Four Ways
to experience the proven dynamic process to
Create a Signature Event is to take the workshop, either as a member of a class that is offered periodically to the public or your own in-house workshop. If you are seeking to have a successful, unique, repeatable, and expandable special event - then this workshop os a great way to learn how.
Full workshops led by Mr. Reber are offered periodically in the community. These sessions give you an intense hands-on experience at the insides of special events and the key elements for success that can be repeated and expanded annually.
Classes are now being scheduled for 2009. Sign up for The Signature Event Workshop now! [Workbook included]
Or - bring this outstanding workshop to your own organization. This workshop is also available to individual organizations at great price. Bring everyone!
*Comments by actual attendees at recent Workshops. Here are a few more:
"This was great. Would be great to have one for board and volunteers."
"Thank you, Jim, for a great deal of insight. Please do
more workshops like this in our community!"
"James did a great job! Laid back and down to earth. Thanks!"
1. Request A Public Workshop Schedule for 2009;
2. Request Information on how your organization
can host a "Signature Event" workshop;
3. Request A Free Introductory Presentation For Your
Board, Staff or Event Committee; or
Press here to download info regarding
FREE 20 to 45 minute Presentation
Connect here to email any Workshop Requests
Buy the Workbook(due out in Summer 2009)
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James P. Reber, San Jose, Silicon Valley, California serves the South Bay Area, including nearby communities of Santa Clara, Cupertino, Milpitas, Los Gatos, Saratoga, Sunnyvale, Mountain View, Palo Alto, Los Altos, Morgan Hill, Campbell, Fremont, Redwood City, Santa Cruz, Scotts Valley, Menlo Park, Atherton, Portola Valley, and San Mateo. Mr. Reber serves Santa Clara County, San Mateo and Santa Cruz Counties, as well as Alameda, San Francisco, San Benito, Contra Costa, and Monterey Counties.