Grow your business through CRM implementation


    Tuesday 11 December 2018

  • 6.30pm - 8.30pm

    Caboolture Hub

   $18.25 inc GST 

About the workshop

Research shows that conversion rates can improve by 300% with a good CRM (Customer Relationship Management) in place. While this is the case, businesses and managers often neglect this critical business component and leads are often left mismanaged and neglected. This workshop will walk you through why CRM is so important and why it is critical to ensure you implement the right software. We will look at how to choose the perfect CRM for your business and discover techniques on how to ensure the CRM is adopted after it is implemented.

Your CRM is potentially one of your most valuable investments. In fact, research suggests ROI for CRM is approximately $5 to every $1 invested! Come to this workshop and you will find out how to invest in the right CRM, at the right price. We'll cover:

  • Why your CRM is one of the most critical components of your business
  • How investing in a CRM now will yield high ROI
  • Your CRM is a growing asset - here's why!
  • How to choose the right CRM for your business
  • Techniques to ensure your team utilizes the CRM

About Caleb

Caleb HarryCaleb’s passion is to see bottom line results, after the implementation and execution of customised growth strategies for SMEs. He is the founder of The Growth Agency, which employs a team of specialists combining cutting-edge digital marketing practices with sales technology and methods to ensure business growth for its clients. Since its founding, The Growth Agency has experienced significant growth itself, opening offices in Brisbane, Ho Chi Minh and Hong Kong.

Caleb is now focusing on giving back to the business community, by presenting and assisting SMEs to embrace the digital world. His message is simple - it's never been easier for SMEs to successfully market locally, nationally and globally!

An ASBAS Digital Solutions workshop in partnership with RDA Moreton Bay

RDA Moreton Bay