These Ohio vision therapy specialists demonstrate how they help see their athletes succeed and their practice grow.
It gives patients a reason to visit based on product assortment rather than discounts.
She came up with a nine-step program for employees.
They were burned to the ground in last year’s wildfires. Six months later, they’re thriving.
Helping kids see has never been easier.
Offering glasses just wasn’t enough.
And how they persuaded their team to embrace a new mindset.
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This patient-appreciation event made for a great business-building tool.
A Texas OD’s study group helps eyecare business owners ‘get outside the bubble of their own practice.’
Take a trunk show and turn it into a message of thanks to your customers.
This Illinois practice was kicking around ideas for marketing sunglasses, and stumbled on a fun idea that helps staff bond.
Eye Candy Optical shows suburban Pittsburgh the perfect storm of cross-promotion with a recent trunk show.
To get them to as many patients as possible, she launched a subscription-based program.
The jewel in the crown is an annual golf tournament that raises money for groundbreaking research.
The vision health of children and those with special needs receives devoted, undivided attention at Special Eyes Pediatric Vision Clinic in New Bern, NC.
Don’t let that mountain of discarded frame boxes go to waste.
Bee Cave Vision Center was doing well on the outskirts of Austin, TX, when it sensed a growth opportunity brewing in an expanding nearby community.
EyeWearhaus in St. Louis MO came up with what we believe is a great example of a campaign whose clear goals and execution yielded clear rewards.
Here’s how Classic Vision Care, of Kennesaw, GA, run by Dr. Mital Patel and her husband Ankit, teamed up with MUST Ministries.