• Talk Your Way to the Top Tuesday, January 30, 2001 - 08:30AM
    Women's Technology Cluster
    1207 Indiana Street, Suite 4
    San Francisco, CA
    Main Event Series

Talk Your Way to the Top



  • "The most common problem we see among entrepreneurs is the inability to effectively communicate their idea. I encourage those looking for funding to attend a seminar on this very important skill."
    - Brian Goncher, Partner, Crystal Internet Venture Partners

    Dan Sapp,(Bio), Title, Dan Sapp & Associates

    Whether you are speaking to an employee one to one to a partner at a venture firm or to a shareholder meeting of a thousand people it is not enough for people to understand -- you need to make something happen. Great communicators generate interest and enthusiasm and increase demand for your company, product or service. Flat presentations can not only hurt you, but end up creating more questions than they answer.

    In this entertaining, interactive program Dan Sapp gives your participants insight into the physical choices they can make to feel more comfortable and more in control as well as a thinking process that moves listeners to action. The combination is a strategic process designed to move a listener to action and help business people get results every time they speak. During the seminar, a few attendees will have the opportunity to work one-on-one with Dan.

    Dan Sapp & Associates, Inc. helps executives develop the communication skills that result in their listeners taking action. The choices a speaker makes physically with his body and voice and intellectually with words and visuals, determine the listeners response to that speaker. Dan Sapp helps business people take control of these choices in order to move people to a particular result.

    Event Logistics


    8:30am-9:00am Registration/Networking/Continental breakfast

    9:00am-12:00pm Seminar



    Women's Technology Cluster

    1207 Indiana Street, Suite 4

    San Francisco, CA


    Seminar Track

    Management, Startup Stage


    Cost (Continental Breakfast included)

    $49 SDForum Members

    $99 Non-Members