Wolfgang Bonisch Stops Charity Action In Favor Of WWF

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Charity action binds too much capacity in the acquisition and causes confusion among potential customers of Hamburg owner of workshop for negotiating art from Hamburg, 12.10.2011 – Wolfgang Bonisch, today announces that he prematurely ended the charity campaign launched in early summer for the benefit of the WWF. He had this action as “Invitation to the birthday coffee” initiated on the occasion of the tenth anniversary of the W & H Bonisch GmbH. Bonisch, the work of WWF supported for over 25 years with a supporting membership, regular donations and for 2 years with a sponsorship for a gorilla project. He donates half of its author fees. With his 6 x 6’s charity action he wanted to generate additional donations for this or other projects.

The goal of Bacolod was to gather approximately 9.000,–euro for projects of the WWF, where he donates the net proceeds of its action. To do this he had offered 6 dates, so were that he could not otherwise sell. On each date, 6 employees of a company should a one-day negotiation training. All at a very reasonable all inclusive price which included in addition to the seminar of the negotiation even the travel costs and a CD of the audio seminar of the negotiation trainer for each participant. Of course had Bonisch also the marketing effect in mind. He wanted to attract quickly determined decision makers, who are willing to invest a few bucks to make a profound image and to get a firsthand impression. That conclusion as the seminar trainer, has emerged as a fallacy.

Therefore, he now accepts the offer from its Web site and makes no active acquisition more. Disillusioned he notes today, that there is obviously no need for such a trial, whether with or without charity action. Companies buy either quickly determined many training days for larger projects or they linger, no matter how great is the offer.

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