International Language Coaching Association
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Expert Talk Series
Attracting B2B Clients: A guide for Language Educators
with Nevena Mićović
Join us for an insightful webinar tailored for language teachers and coaches seeking to elevate their career through B2B engagements. Uncover proven strategies and practical tips as we explore the art of attracting B2B clients. Understand how you can optimize your social media presence to make a lasting impression at public speaking events.
Nevena will share first-hand tips and tricks from her experience. You will learn more about effective networking, adding value to your services, and ensuring a successful follow-up after the initial contact with your potential clients. Transform your approach and thrive in the dynamic world of B2B client relations when you join this webinar.
Nevena Mićović is a founder of My Language Avenue, the first Language Coaching centre in Serbia, an ILCA certified Language Coach (International Language Coaching Association), MA
Business English teacher (Faculty of Philology, Belgrade, Serbia/ Alpen Adria University, Klagenfurt, Austria), a creator of two language learning products, My Language Notebook & My Language Journal, public speaker and a passionate entrepreneur, currently being
educated for Cognitive Behavioral Coaching, whose principles and tools she plans to implement in her work with corporate clients. She helps business executives improve their public speaking skills in English by using coaching tools and techniques.
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