Marketing opportunities abound this season.
Instead, budget for them — plus other tips for spending less, managing wisely and selling more.
Including looking toward a productive future.
The guardians of family eyecare are primary care optometrists.
Attending VEE or not, determine your winners and loser and a plan for summer sales.
Like using the sun to your selling advantage and getting customers to spend on ‘fun.’
Consumers’ demand for convenience has accelerated, will you accept and respond to those changes?
Including how to ask yourself helpful questions and why you should hire a matador.
In a small business, the owner, or individual responsible for leading employees, creates it.
There is going to be lots to schedule this summer — graduations, summer camps, beach trips, travel — be ready when customers … and staff! …...
Like basking in your big problems and asking the right questions of candidates.
Just by helping other people get what they want.
Including ideas to celebrate Mother’s Day.
Including how to make the most of customer’s likely higher tax refunds and underscoring the importance of measuring and dispensing.
Earn some kudos, celebrate the luck of the Irish and explore e-commerce.
Including having your business take a stand, being nice to quitters and shredding costs.
It could be because you’ve invested in their learning or your standout Valentine’s Day decorations.
Recognize we all have a contribution to make and that we are all committed to the same set of ideals and values.
'The best time to start your optometry practice was 20 years ago. The second best time is now.'
If 2021 is going to be different, it will be because you intentionally make it different.
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