• Do you want an unlimited marketing budget?
• Do you want know what you must measure to sustain and grow your business?
• Do you want to have concrete action steps to drive your financial outcomes?
Description: Success in business has less to do with the idea, the product or the service being sold and everything to do with the skills necessary to EXECUTE! You can name any product or service, from newspapers (CanWest National Post), to software (remember the Palm Pilot?) to bookstores (Borders) and you can find at least one person who has made millions and dozens of people who haven’t. These time-tested, proven success strategies can accelerate your business growth and help you to reach and exceed your goals. The relatively simple tools I will show you will move you towards your sales goals quickly.
Join us on February 12 and discover:
• How you can buy customers when you test and measure.
• To stop using your “rear-view mirror and start using your windshield” to manage your business.
• How to reverse engineer the number of prospects needed to reach your Revenue/Profit goals!
• The 4 Keys and the 7 Elements to multiplying business profits
• How to create your Tactical Marketing Plan to support those Revenue/Profit Goals.
Speaker’s bio: John has a 30 year track record of success. Starting as a Sales Associate and thru multiple promotions (dozens!) became an Area Director & Executive Committee Member in a 17 year career with a National menswear retailer. In 1991 John became the General Manager/Managing Director of the BC Liquor Stores. It is BC’s largest retail distribution system with 220 liquor stores. In 2011/12, the BC Liquor Store sales were $2.89 billion, and with a net income of $911.1 million. In 1996, John started a consulting practice working with retailers to grow sales, train sales teams and recruit the best people. John was certified as a business coach in 2004 and has since worked with hundreds of business owners to have the business of their dreams.
Logistics: The doors will open at 6:00pm. Networking takes place from 6:00pm to 6:30pm. The formal part of the meeting runs from 6:30pm to 8:00pm. Then there's more networking until about 8:45pm when several of us move to Shabusen (Japanese/Korean restaurant) for a snack (not included in the $5 cover charge).