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Titans of the Fitness Industry workshop heads to Sydney and Melbourne in October
After a sell-out workshop in Brisbane in June this year, some of Australia's leading fitness entrepreneurs will again be sharing their best digital marketing, sales and staff management tips to grow a fitness business at upcoming events in Sydney and Melbourne.
The Titans of the Fitness Industry workshops will be held on Thursday 12th October at Melbourne’s Mantra CBD Hotel and on Thursday 26th October at Sydney’s Moore Park Golf Club.
Presented by fitness industry consultancy Gym Hub, the Titans of the Fitness Industry’s unique ‘Interactive workshop’ format is limited to just 50 gym owners and managers in each city to encourage maximum interaction and question time with the panel of experts.
The workshops delivers attendees with five of the best Facebook gyms offers, recruitment checklists and the ‘trust based sales system’ to plug straight into any business.
Speakers at previous Titans of the Fitness Industry events have included: Chris Jessop of Vision Personal Training, Ben Lucas of Flow Athletic, Angela Saville of Savvy Fitness, Mark Capelin of Tribe Social fitness, Jake Henley of Snap Fitness, Aly Dal Santo of Temple Fitness, Blake Micola of Facebook specialist, David Noonan of Snap Fitness, Jason Conroy of Vision Personal Training and former NRL player and coach Geoff Toovey.
Other content covered on the day includes
• How to grow your gym in a saturated market
• How to create multiples streams of income for your gym
• The seven step bulletproof staffing model
• How to sell your gym for a jaw dropping profit
• How to use Facebook to get more clients in 2017
• How to attract clients who ignore advertising
• How to slash your business costs by as much as 20%
Commenting on previous Titans of the Fitness Industry workshops, Jason Reardon from Run, Jump Crawl’s new Ninja warrior style training studios in Alexandria advised “I learned a lot about what simple mistakes I was overlooking and how to better enhance my business.
“(Gym Hub Principal) Steve (Grant) and the other presenters were a wealth of knowledge that I would highly recommend.”
Chris Ward from Urban Real Foods added “Steve’s ability to cut through the bullshit and identify areas of business that can improved is remarkable, if you’re looking for someone who can give you game changing advice in a completely simple and relaxed fashion, then this is your guy.”
Each workshop has parking onsite and includes lunch and morning refreshments.
Tickets are currently available below for a special early bird price of $49 (a saving of $150). Click here to take advantage of this offer.
Click here for more information on these events in the Australasian Leisure Management industry Calendar.
Click here to contact Steve Grant and Gym Hub via their entry in the Australasian Leisure Management Supplier Directory.
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