We’re happy to announce yet another event for all of you SQL Experts! On September 11th, Juan Soto, President of Access Experts, will be presenting to Chicago’s SQL Server User Group.
Just one week away! Join fellow SQL experts for Juan Soto’s presentation “Wish You Could Live the Glamorous Computer Consulting Life?” to find out how you can become a successful consultant from your own home.
This is a perfect opportunity to rub shoulders with other SQL professionals, and make a first step towards your own consulting business while avoiding common pitfalls. If you’re interested in attending, please RSVP before Tuesday, September 9th at 4pm.
Sign up ASAP as there will be no late additions! Juan looks forward to meeting all of the SQL Experts in Chicagoland next week. Here’s more information: Topic: Wish you Could Live the Glamorous Computer Consulting Life?
Date: Thursday, September 11th, 2014 at 5:30 PM (You must RSVP by 4:00 PM, the Tuesday prior to the meeting to attend)
Speaker: Juan Soto, Microsoft Access Most Valuable Professional (MVP)
Abstract: Consulting is a great career choice, from the increased pay, (sometimes less), to the flexible hours, (working nights and weekends), you will work with a wide range of customers, (if you can find them), that will lead you to wonder why you didn’t start earlier? (and walk away from a cushy job). All kidding aside, I would not trade my consulting career for any other choice, I love the rewards and the freedom it provides me, but I’ve learned the hard way. In this session you will learn sales, marketing and management strategies to get your practice off the ground, sand traps to avoid along the way and an honest, down to earth assessment of the consulting life. An essential session for those thinking about this choice and/or those who are just starting out. You can see a preview at: http://bit.ly/1bLUZAE
Bio: Microsoft MVP Juan Soto is founder and principal of Access Experts Software Solutions. He’s a frequent contributor on the official Microsoft Access Blog, where he writes about the latest Access techniques. He’s also the first Access developer to be profiled on the blog.