Response from past presentations has received glowing reviews
Toronto, Canada (PRWEB) August 20, 2012
The 2012 Canadian Wireless Trade Show will feature the seminar, “Making Money in Wireless: How To Grow Your Business by $20-30K Per Location in 2012,” in Toronto this September. The workshop is being offered by show organizers and Corporate Dynamics, the industry’s leading training and consulting firm.
Mark Landiak will be leading this high-impact/high-return session on Wednesday, September 12 from 9:00 a.m. to Noon. Landiak is widely recognized as America’s #1 consultant to independent wireless retailers. He has helped dealers large and small to boost, and sustain, their profitability.
Included will be an overview of the highly-touted Beat Your Best™ process - a proven performance management system for improving sales. Other topics to be included are: improving staff recruitment and retention, optimizing operational efficiencies, and low/no cost methods to boost traffic.
Response from past presentations has received glowing reviews, prompting early interest surrounding this year’s registration.
“[This session] touched on a lot of great topics and provided actionable suggestions. Even the experienced people will take valuable information away,” one attending owner said. “Drop everything and go!”
Now, through the Canadian Wireless Tradeshow, dealers can learn many of the same strategies and tactics that dealers have paid thousands for when working with Landiak one-on-one.
The regular session fee of $595 has been offset by sponsor partners, making it available to attendees for only $49 per person. Owners and dealers are urged to enroll their entire team early while space allows. Group rates are available. Limited tickets are available online at http://canadianwirelesstradeshow.com/schedule/wiboc.php.
Now in its second year, the Canadian Wireless Trade Show serves as the industry’s main source for networking opportunities while offering access to thousands of customers, colleagues and key industry decision makers. Organizers anticipate hundreds exhibitors with thousands in attendance during the two-day event.