Marketing, Sales, and Production: A Very Different Prospective
Marketing, Sales, and Production: A Very Different ProspectiveTheOwner2020-09-03T13:24:27-05:00
Marketing, Sales, and Production (MSP) are three of your company’s most essential parts. Unfortunately, seldom do companies focus on all three equally, and less often do they look at all three as relating to and relying on each other. When there is synergy among them, businesses can operate a streamlined business process, reduced waste, have fewer frustrated employees, and increased profits!
(Oh, happier clients too)
Seldom does a company understand how intimately the Marketing, Sales, and Production are related. This understanding and implementation can make a company great and separate you from any competition, or leave you just like anyone else. It is your choice.
Recognize the cycles we as owners repeat and what to change
Define Marketing, Sales, and Production in an understandable way as they relate to each other
Define and implement a MSP system into your company, which you people understand, want to use and improve
Define your customer service, rather than your client defining it for you
60 minutes interactive lecture
(90-120 minutes is recommended)
Larry Heuvelman’s origianl content
Business Owners and Senior Leadership Team (SLT)
PowerPoint/Keynote, will use templated slides
We will do a deep dive into each of these three areas; Marketing, Sales, and Production (MSP). We will identify our patterns and cycles, often repeated. Creating a faux company in class, we will rebuild our MSP and learn from our mistakes and the fixes we need to implement/ You will learn how to market your company for what you are selling, to produce it efficiently and much more profitably, while separating yourselves from the competition. Sounds simple, it will be as we break down the process. You will take home what you have learned and implement an MSP Plan into your company quickly and easily from our workshop. Afterword, you are encouraged to take pictures of what we created to use back in your company.
Typical Room Setup:
Projector(s) and Screen(s)
Apple DVI Port Adaptor
Elevated stage dependent on number of attendees
Unique Setup Request:
Three of the large writing pads on easels with a package of color markers
For larger groups, Larry will use his laptop or an iPad Pro and stylist if available
(the iPad Pro allows beter interaction with attendees/Wifi sync req.)