Proforma Kicks Off Seven City Regional Meeting Series
Cleveland-based Proforma recently announced that "Play to Win!" is the theme of its 2015 Regional Meeting series, which kicked off Jan. 11 in Las Vegas. The seven city tour will also stop in Cleveland, Chicago, Toronto, Dallas, Providence and Orlando, bringing new ideas, strategies and resources for Proforma owners and sales representatives.
"The truth is there are a lot of things we do in our businesses that we don't enjoy, but it doesn't have to be that way," said Greg Muzzillo, founder of Proforma. "At Proforma's Regional Meetings we are going to share specific, step-by-step strategies to help our owners and sales reps increase their sales, make more money and have fun doing it!"
Each meeting will give attendees the opportunity to meet one-on-one with the industry's best supplier partners and key strategic advisors from Proforma's support center. Regional Meetings are designed to help owners and sales reps manage their pipeline to propel their sales and put them in the best position to achieve their goals in 2015. Other meeting highlights include collaboration in roundtable and panel discussions, more than 50 engaging sessions, award and recognition receptions and more.
"The energy at regionals is unlike any other industry show," said Jim Shindler, co-owner of Proforma Graphic Services, Columbus, Ohio, and Multi-Million Dollar Club member. "These meetings are where we take a step back, set our goals for the year and tap into the resources that we need to help us achieve even greater success in the coming year. Marketing tools, dedicated time with suppliers and access to proven growth strategies-it's all there."
Strategies for providing clients with e-commerce, digital media and technology solutions will be emphasized at this year's meetings. Key vendors will host break-out sessions and roundtables, and participate in a vendor showcase to demonstrate how they are able to help owners add these capabilities and more to their offerings.
"You aren't indispensable. If you are, all you have is a job and not a business," said Kimble Bosworth, co-owner of Proforma Printelligence, Nashville, Tenn., and Million Dollar Club member. "At regionals, I can tap into the resources that help me delegate the $20-an-hour work, so my time is freed up to meet with clients, refine my growth strategies, get on track to increase my sales and enjoy being a business owner!"
"Discovery Day" presentations for individuals who would like to learn more about becoming a Proforma owner will be held in Chicago, Dallas, Providence and Orlando.
For more information, visit www.OnlyProforma.com.