When it comes to the horse business, some things are just better explained in person. That is why EquestrianProfessional.com is holding a live Q&A session Oct. 13, 2014, where horse professionals can get their marketing and business questions answered. The session is free and open to all horse professionals.
This is the time to ask questions about your horse business, such as:
- I seem to be doing a lot of marketing but I’m still not getting enough customers. What is the best way to turn interested parties into actual customers and/or horse sales?
- My business is growing, but I’d like clients who are a better fit for my skills, goals or resources. How can I better attract the right type of customers?
- It seems that each month, I have one customer who is always late paying her bill. How can I get her to start paying on time?
- My barn is full, but my business is not as profitable as I’d like it to be. Do you have any suggestions on what I can do to bring in more money?
- I have one client who is always causing trouble (barn drama) by talking about other boarders and my instructors. Do you have any suggestions on what I can do to get a handle on this person or do I just need to cut them loose?
This webinar is FREE for all horse professionals and can be attended via your phone or computer. However, you must register to attend. Equestrian Professional’s Horse Business webinars fill up quickly.
Reserve your spot at http://www.equestrianprofessional.com/ask-us-anything.html.
We can’t promise magic bullets or wands, but we can offer you solid, experience-based answers, an extensive resource of proven horse business tools
Date: Monday, Oct. 13, 2014
Time: 5:30 p.m. Pacific; 7:30 p.m. Central; 8:30 p.m. Eastern
Place: On your computer or phone
EquestrianProfessional.com is a membership site that provides horse business education, resources and support to horse professionals around the globe. The site offers a wide array of programs, tools and information to help horse trainers, riding instructors, breeders, stable operators and professional riders run profitable businesses and build successful equestrian careers.