How to Increase Revenue in the Recession
3 Simple, Low-cost Actions Executives Can Take to Boost Revenue (and Profits) Now
Your revenue might be down in the recession. But your competitors still have revenue. And you can get some of
theirs. You’ll discover exactly how to go about it in this new half-day Numbers Up Now! workshop and emerge with a specific plan of action.
We gave the half-day version of this workshop for a group of 6 CEOs, who’d been running their companies for at
least ten years. They found an average revenue increase of 25%. Excluding the CEO who found a 90% revenue increase (essentially a whole new service that he could just offer to his existing customers that
they’d jump at), the group’s average revenue gain was 15%.
We also offer a full-day version of the workshop. In it, we’ll spend the afternoon identifying and assessing the
underappreciated or overlooked assets in your business—finding those you can tap to increase both revenue and profits, now. It’s like a stimulus plan, specifically for your business, that you design with
our help. More on our Numbers! Up Now! workshop…
Increasing Profits, Revenue Growth and Economic Value, Long Term
These longer programs are designed to help executives build their “results muscles,” the skills needed to deliver
notably higher profits, revenue growth and economic value.
Our enterprise-wide program, Maximum Results,
is for large and mid-size companies that are serious about creating such results. It will also interest those companies’ boards.
The others, The Fortune Finder and its follow-on, Results Masters,
are tailored for the executive who runs one of the company’s businesses (or its only business), often called a general manager.
Our programs are given right in your business—the approach is to learn by using. You’ll apply what you learn to your business right then and there. So the skills and lessons will sink in and stick, and your business will benefit right away.