Small Business Boot Camp/CT

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At parties, Andrew Morrison, President of Small Business Camp, will be the introverted observer, who could easily be invisible if not for his GQ Style and incandescent charisma. But put him in front of a live audience of aspiring millionaires, and that mild-mannered gentleman morphs into a loaded tank of dynamite.  And once the job is done; Andrew takes prisoners.  In Morrison’s Small Business Boot Camp, you work and you work hard.  But you don’t do it alone, because he teaches you the skills and strategies you need to increase your business profits in less time and with less effort than you would had you tried doing it on your own. You can even start with just an idea and he will show you how to turn that idea into profits in just 90 days. Andrew Morrison has helped thousands of entrepreneurs to double their sales in just 90 days.

Internationally recognized as a Small Business Expert, Andrew Morrison is now bringing his two-day Small Business Boot Camp to Southbury, Connecticut to help small business owners in the tri-state area tremendously increase their profits and to help aspiring business owners to set up shop and start making money in 90 days.

Andrew Morrison’s Small Business Camp is an entrepreneur training and marketing services firm. In February of 2007, as a result of a one-page proposal he wrote, Andrew was procured for six figures to bring his Small Business Camp to Nigeria, West Africa to train 1,200 Nigerian entrepreneurs. Andrew’s program delivers an intensive 2-day boot camp that allows participants to walk in with just an idea and leave with a marketing plan, public relations strategy, money-making website, direct-mail campaign and 90 days of follow-up coaching.

Andrew Morrison built a multi-million dollar company by providing innovative direct marketing services to Fortune 500 companies. He hosted Money Making Mondays on 98.7 KISS-FM and serves as an adjunct faculty member at New York University and the Fashion Institute of Technology. He has been on the Oprah Winfrey Show, featured in the Wall Street Journal, Entrepreneur Magazine, Black Enterprise, The Network Journal, Crain's Magazine, 40 Under 40 and Advertising Age.

"One of Andrew's ideas generated $18,000 for me within six weeks. I suggest you work with him before your competitor does," stated Tonja Oates, CPA, 

Another testimonial by John Adefope of states, “Andrew is a business genius! Small Business Camp was amazing, and it addressed many of the things anybody could need or think of to move forward to success. I believed there were hidden secrets to success in business, and I can finally say that I feel empowered with what was shared here. I used to go to school with Andrew, and having had the opportunity to participate in his first camp has truly been an experience. He has managed to go beyond expectations and look to see Andrew as a major player in business abroad.”

Anyone who wants to succeed in business, start a new business, or wants to break out of financial bondage, should attend this liberating two-day workshop.  Here are the details:

What: Small Business Camp with Andrew Morrison

Where: Crowne Plaza Southbury
             1284 Strongtown Road Southbury, CT 06488


Dates & Times: Friday, February 22nd from 6 - 8 PM,
                        Saturday, February 23rd from 9AM - 7PM
                        Sunday, February 24th from 1PM - 8PM

Cost of the Friday evening reception is FREE, only if registered for the Boot Camp.

Fee: $297.00

Registration Required: Register at

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