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BYU Alumni webinar April 29 to feature business-relationship expert Jeff Rust

Brigham Young University alumni and friends are invited to a free webinar Friday, April 29, from noon to 12:30 p.m. MST, featuring acclaimed business-relationship expert and BYU alumnus Jeff Rust.

Rust will give an 18-minute motivational presentation about why it is important to stay connected and how to do it effectively. A question-and-answer session will follow the event.

He has advised hundreds of leaders in Utah and around the globe. He is president of Corporate Alliance, a company that works to manage relationships between companies, their stakeholders and their clients.

Alumni with Internet access can follow the webcast on UStream.tv and submit questions using Twitter at www.twitter.com/byualumni using the hashtag #byualumni. This webinar provides BYU alumni with another lifelong learning and enrichment opportunity.

The event is sponsored by BYU Alumni. For more information and to register for this free webinar, go to alumni.byu.edu/webcast.

Writer: Mel Gardner

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