Business Growth Workshop - Stop Hunting! Nurturing Evergreen Clients & Customers
Tysons Regional Chamber of Commerce monthly Business Education Program designed to help you grow your business!
You are welcome to bring lunch or come early and pick up lunch at Subway in the building.
Prioritize Retention to Nurture Evergreen Clients and Customers
- Are you exhausted by the daily hunt for new leads?
- Is your quest for clicks, views, and opens draining your cash?
- Do you worry about prospects disappearing?
Get relief and make more money with a consistent and personalized system that increases repeat purchases by current customers and clients and leads to frequent referrals.
Your company will generate sales and profits without the worry and the cost of difficult content marketing, social media posts, and aggressive fill-the-sales-funnel techniques.
“When I bought my first business more than 25 years ago, it turned out that what I bought was a very hard job with all the responsibility and the risk. I worked hard to find the rewards. That’s why I’m passionate about working with business owners to increase company value and owner wealth.” Susan Trivers
Since the founding of Trivers Consulting Group in 1999, Susan has worked with clients to achieve financial independence through their companies. She advises owners on identifying the right priorities; uncover more opportunities; and gain more insight than they ever imagined. Business owners report feeling more success and less stress and have more time and money for the important people and activities in their lives.
Susan Trivers was previously the owner of Café Aurora in Alexandria, VA. It was there that she had a hunch, did an experiment and created astonishing results. She is the author of the popular book Tinker: How Smart Business Owners Develop Creative Ideas for True Growth. By including personal and client stories, and an explanation of the 3-T Model, Susan helps business owners create their own true growth.
For complete information about Susan Trivers, please visit www.susantrivers.com