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The Technical Communication Speakers Bureau
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Beth Agnew, CPTC
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“Expert on how Tech Comm improves the bottom line and helps businesses grow.”

One of the world's first Certified Professional Technical Communicators, Beth has more than 30 years experience helping high tech companies and other businesses integrate technical communication to improve processes, save money, and get more customers. With skills in software and product development, marketing, usability, customer service, management and leadership, she offers concrete strategies that any business can implement. Beth is a popular STC Summit speaker and lively advocate for technical communication. She has been teaching Tech Comm at Seneca College since 1997.

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Topics: Agile Development, Audience Analysis, Blogs, Career Development, Consulting/Independent Contracting, Editing, Freelancing, Information Design/Architecture, Grammar, Wikis, Visual Communication, Project Management, Vendor Demos, Usability/User Experience (UX), Lone (Solo) Writer Issues, Remote Teams, Global Teams, Quality

Location: Toronto, Ontario (ON), Canada M2H 1J8, Canada Canada

Remote Remote presentations? Yes

Travel Available to travel? Yes. Contact me for details.

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Created: 05-21-2013 at 09:46am • Updated: 05-21-2013 at 01:55pm

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