Top Mentors Band Together to Offer Free Advice to Entrepreneurs Seeking an Internet Business Income Opportunity
More than 50 of the world’s top online marketing brains have been assembled to form The League of Extraordinary Minds, which is aimed at guiding small-business entrepreneurs along the road to internet prosperity.
The organization comprises 54 internet gurus who mentor the likes of Microsoft, Apple, Starbucks, Google, Coca-Cola and IBM.
Despite the global economic downturn, the Coca-Cola soft-drinks giant earned $995 million during the last three months of 2008. Internet technology legend Google announced a $1.48 billion net profit for the three months to the end of June 2009, and IBM (International Business Machines) posted a $3.1 billion net income for the second quarter of 2009 - a 12 per cent rise from a year earlier.
The League of Extraordinary Minds has been put together by Jay Abraham, founder and chief executive officer of the Los Angeles-based Abraham Group Inc, and Rich Schefren, founder and chief executive officer of Strategic Profits, based in Delray Beach, Florida. For decades, this pair have been helping thousands of small businesses across the world.
Schefren said: “The top-gun business geniuses in The League of Extraordinary Minds will provide clear, incisive strategies to turn existing or start-up businesses into dominant, highly-profitable forces in their market place.”
The free guidance on offer from the League includes advice on how to win customers, innovative strategies to outperform competitors and tips on maximizing results from minimum efforts.
League of Extraordinary Minds spokesman, Nizam Shapie, said: “The League will give smaller businesses the chance to get the competitive edge normally reserved for the corporate giants. Best of all, these top business mentors are offering their profit-maximizing expertise to small internet business owners for free. ”
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