Join small business coach Jenn Lee and Arise Virtual Solutions’ Director of Independent Business Communications, Kittine Moreno on Thursday, October 2 at 1 PM and 8 PM EST for a FREE teleclass on current business opportunities with Arise.
Arise is one of the leading providers of virtual business services, delivering world-class customer service, sales and support to many of the largest Fortune 500 companies through a network of Independent Businesses.
Specifically they’ll discuss
- Current opportunities to make money at home
- Benefits of partnering with Arise
- Admissions process to become an Arise independent business owner or join an existing vendor in the Arise network
Thursday, October 2
1 PM and 8 PM EST
Dial-in Number: (712) 432 – 0075
Access Code: 187482
Click here to RSVP for the call time of your choice.
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