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The 7 P's of Running a Profitable Wellness Business

  • Lloyd-James Plant-Based Sales and Marketing 2780 Granville St #203 Vancouver Canada (map)
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Being good at what you do isn’t enough.

If you want to build an impactful, profitable wellness business, you need to master the art of sales and marketing, something many heart-centered business owners struggle with.

How do you have sales conversations without feeling sleazy? What are the best marketing channels for your business? And how do you actually utilize them?

Being able to effectively communicate the benefits your product or service provides and how that will help solve your ideal clients’ struggles is both an art and a science, and in this month’s event, we’ve invited Jordan Rogers of Lloyd-James Plant-Based Sales and Marketing to give you the run-down!

In this interactive morning workshop, you will learn:

  • How to stand out from others in your industry

  • How to tie your product or service in with your customers’ struggles

  • How to craft an engaging elevator pitch

After Jordan’s presentation, you’ll be able to split into groups and practice crafting your own elevator pitch.

About Jordan Rogers:

Jordan Rogers is a persistent, dynamic, passionate, creative and results driven sales and marketing professional with over 10 years experience in consumer-packaged goods. After graduating from BCIT’s Marketing Management program with a concentration in Entrepreneurship, Jordan started his career with Danone as a Retail Development Specialist in Vancouver, calling on major grocery banners gaining valuable retail selling skills.

In 2013, Jordan founded Lloyd-James Plant-Based Sales and Marketing, where he and his coast-to-coast team represent, launch, market, sell and connect brands via distributors and retailers to consumers in the natural, conventional, club, gas & convenience, food service, and non-traditional channels.

Doors open at 7:00am for some networking, coffee, and light snacks. The event starts at 7:30 sharp.

Tickets are $30 each or 2 for $50.