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Ask yourself - what are you in business for? To earn wages or make extreme wealth?
Everyone starts in business to solve another's persons problem, satisfy a want or need but you MUST make sure you do so at a PROFIT!
Are you consciously aware of how important YOU are to the success of your business?
Is your mindset set to succeed?
Do you know how to set up your business to ensure success?
Do you know how to make profit in your business?
Do you know the three different types of profit you can make from your business?
Do you know how to grow your business profitably?
If the answer is no to any of these questions, then this seminar is for you.
With over 30 years’ experience in business management and owning 13 companies, I fully understand how difficult and complex it is.
“My purpose is to help as many business owners as I possibly can to generate wealth from owning a business to make the effort, energy and risks of being in business worthwhile."
All attendees will;
Learn the key elements of setting up a business successfully
Learn why profit and growth are critical to a business
Learn the Simply Business wealth formula which will help you achieve sustainable profitable growth
Receive a complimentary copy of my book “Profit is not a dirty word.”
What you will come away with:
Mindset shift of what you are in business for and a focus on profitability and growth
Be shown a simple yet proven pathway, that if followed will significantly increase your profitability and business value.
To be successful in business and generate wealth, you need to be set for success, have a profit focus and think like an entrepreneur, and I can show you how to do this.
If you have any questions or would like to discuss anything further please contact me;
Simply Business Australia
Philip Coombs "The Profit Coach"
03 9797 0590
email@example.com / www.sbasuccess.com.au
**Please note 5.00pm arrival for a 5.30pm presentation start. Complimentary canapes and drinks will be served between 5.00-5.30pm.