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Sean Stormes will host a Profitable Growth Summit in August

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Nationally-syndicated guest columnist and keynote presenter, Sean Stormes, will host his next Profitable Growth Summit in August during four successive Friday mornings from 7:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. at Scott Rice Office Works in Lenexa, KS.

The sessions will take place on August 8, 15, 22 and 29.

Attendees will include Kansas City-area senior leaders who have a strong desire to achieve profitable growth for their businesses and organizations.

The fee to attend the series of four sessions is $1,800. Advance registration is required. If you register before August 2, the fee is $1,600.

Stormes writes for the American Cities Business Journals and is the President and CEO of The Third Door, a progressive revenue growth strategy firm that he founded in Kansas City after a 27-year executive career rooted in senior level Sales Management and Continuous Process Improvement.

His client list includes the United States’ largest entrepreneurial organization, The Kauffman Foundation; the Midwest’s largest public utility, Kansas City Power and Light; Kansas City’s premier real estate firm, Reece and Nichols; Dimensional Innovations, a recognized leader in the Design-Build-Innovate arena; The Miller Group, a top 10 Kansas City Insurance Agency; and Larson Binkley, Inc., a national mid-market engineering firm.

Stormes' new book, Horse Before Cart: Designing Superior Revenue Growth Source Code for the Third Millennium, is due for release later this year.

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