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CPA Dan Gordon to Speak at Business Leadership Workshop

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Bug Off Pest Control to host February 24th event.

| February 1, 2011

NEWTON, N.J. – CPA Dan Gordon of PCO Bookkeepers, LLC is headlining a Business Leadership Workshop sponsored by Bug Off Pest Control on February 24 in New York City. During the presentation, Gordon will provide his expertise and insight into ways PMPs can grow their business more quickly with fresh ideas that will increase both their top and bottom lines.

Those attending this workshop will walk away learning how to price services for profit, develop effective and profitable route management, identify important areas to drill into the firms profit and loss statement, and how to measure return on marketing efforts, according to Gordon. 

The workshop is scheduled for February 24 at Saint Rose School Auditorium, 517 W. 164th Street off St. Nicholas Ave., New York, NY 10032. For additional information, contact Terri Mason at terri@pcobookkeepers.com.
 

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