The Alternative Board Welcomes Business Owners in Honolulu Business Owners Are Invited to The Alternative Board Hawaii's Business Strategy Roundtable Meetings
DENVER, Colo., Sept. 12, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- TAB Boards International, Inc. announces with pleasure that it is bringing additional resources to the Hawaii economy starting this month. Business owners are invited to attend one of three Business Roundtable Meetings on September 24 & 25, and October 1 at the Pacific Club to learn more about The Alternative Board Hawaii. Business Owners must RSVP by contacting TAB-certified Facilitator Valerie Koenig, the new executive coach and resource to Honolulu.
Valerie Koenig has been a business consultant in Hawaii for 20 years and understands the challenges Hawaii businesses face. "I know how difficult it is for many business owners to get the advice they need, when they need it. In Hawaii, business owners tend to be even more isolated than on the mainland and it is harder to stay on top of trends and new techniques to help you run your business. With the tools from The Alternative Board, I'll be able to offer members the analysis they need, while also providing them an advisory board with feedback from their peers."
Valerie welcomes small business owners on Oahu to her TAB launch events for the benefit of learning more about this exciting business model: "If you've ever wondered how much further you could go with the right team of advisors sharing their perspectives and relationships with you, you need to check out The Alternative Board".
Valerie Koenig is an independent owner of The Alternative Board Hawaii and you can find out more about her work and the organization at www.TABHawaii.com. Owners interested in board membership can reach Valerie via email at Valerie@TABHawaii.com or call (808) 735-1222.
About The Alternative Board
The Alternative Board currently operates across the U.S. and in nine international territories, including New Zealand, Canada, the United Kingdom, the Republic of Ireland, Germany and the Czech Republic. The organization brings together owners of non-competing businesses in half-day monthly board groups of up to 10 companies. Each meeting, under the guidance of a TAB-certified facilitator, is conducted in a confidential "think-tank" atmosphere, with additional one-on-one business coaching. TAB delivers real world advice to help business owners stay focused on what matters most. Since its inception in 1990, more than 15,000 businesses have benefited from TAB Boards International, Inc. services. For more information, visit www.thealternativeboard.com.
SOURCE The Alternative Board