Make Money with Big Data and Cloud Services in Small Business


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A Four-Hour Jam-Packed Event!

All-New Workshop

LIVE in-person event!

Live October 21, 2016 – Anaheim,  CA
Business Expo Center
1960 S. Anaheim Way
Anaheim, CA 92805

Join us in Southern California – or get all the material recorded after the event! This year’s Fall Seminar is on Making Money with Big Data and Cloud Services in Small Business. It will be 100% practical and up to date.

This will be a four-hour Jam-Packed event.


Topic One – Making Money with Big Data in Small Business

Topic Two – Making Money with Cloud Services in Small Business


This year’s Fall Seminar will include workshop” sessions to help you get started making money in the hottest new trends in technology today. This is a VERY practical seminar. You’ll be able to apply this information right away when you get back to the office on Monday.

Big Data is literally the hottest topic in I.T. Learn what it is, how it affects you, and how you can make money with Big Data. You might be surprised at the new services you can offer.

Cloud Services are now very mature. Karl has been teaching about cloud services for more than eight years. Learn how to create very profitable cloud service offerings that fit perfectly with the small business environment you’ve been servicing for years.

I guarantee you’ve never see a seminar like this in the Small Business consulting community!

Your Registration includes a recording of the entire workshop

— at no additional cost!

Only $249 – for all four hours, plus slides, handouts, more.

Registration Only $199

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 Agenda: Fall Seminar 2016

by Karl W. Palachuk

This year’s theme at Small Biz Thoughts is Success is a Habit. One huge element of your success is learning new approaches and technologies that you can integrate into your business.

This seminar (4 hours) will include:

  • What is Big Data?
  • Where is Big Data in Small Business?
  • Helping client inventory their data – and recognize it from a new perspective
  • Using Big Data to provide higher-level tech support
  • … and More!
  • Defining the market for Cloud Services today
  • Building a killer cloud service offering
  • Cloud Services and Managed Services
  • Click by click on implementing Cloud Services
  • Detailed look at the Cloud Service Five Pack
    (Bundled service offerings)

Two huge topics that will dominate your business for the next several years. This is your opportunity to dig in and learn what you need to create revenue generating programs with Big Data and Cloud Services for your small business clients.

If you’re ready to stop pondering and Take Action to build standard operating procedures and build a successful, modern technology consulting business, register now!

You should plan on a lot of audience participation. Everyone has experiences to share. We will finish with a specific timeline action plan to help you transition to your new operating model.

Act Now to receive these bonuses:

  • Access to all workshop materials electronically after the event
  • Audio recording of the Workshop

 Find Out More and Register Now – Only $249

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Karl W. PalachukPalachukK175x200

Author, Blogger, Managed Service Provider

Karl W. Palachuk is a Managed Service Provider, a business coach, and the author of fifteen books. His books include Managed Services in a Month and The Network Documentation Workbook.

His latest books are Project Management in Small Business and The Managed Services Operations Manual – a four volume set!

Karl has been named SBSer of the Year by SMB Nation; he has frequently appeared on the MSPmentor 250 list and the SMB 150 list by SMB Technology Network (SMBTN) and SMB PC magazine. And he was just named as one of the ChannelPro SMB 20/20 Visionaries.

Karl’s blog – Small Biz Thoughts – is extremely popular in the SMB and Managed Services community.
Web site:
Twitter: @karlpalachuk
LinkedIn: in/karlpalachuk
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