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Guide to Outsourcing

June 7th 11:30-1:00  This lunch seminar is geared for semi-technical business owners and startup founders seeking to delegate and automate aspects of their business via outsourcing. Sean will cover all aspects of the outsourcing process from identifying opportunities to selecting optimal candidates through completion of your first project. Sean will demo the suite of project management and communication tools he uses to keep Shortsaleopedia a two-person company.  Attendees will leave with a strategic as well as tactical understanding of how to put outsourcing to work for their business.

About The Instructor

Sean Tierney is co-founder and Chief Strategist of Shortsaleopedia, a nationwide resource for homeowners of distressed properties.  Previously Sean co-founded JumpBox, Inc and currently serves as board member. He has over sixteen years of experience in technology startups having served in technical and administrative capacities in a handful of companies, including GoodNet, Inc. (acquired by Winstar, 1999), iTool, Inc (acquired by Onvia, 2001), SalesLogix (acquired by Sage, 2005) and Proscout, Inc. (privately held). He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Trinity University, San Antonio, Texas, and is a graduate and teacher for the Eugene Marion-Kauffman Foundation FastTrac Entrepreneurship series as well as recipient of the Arizona Republic “35 under 35” Entrepreneurs of the Year award in 2009. Read more from Sean on his blog or follow him on Twitter.

For information or to sign up,contact NACET. 928-213-9234

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