Industry leader and California operator Maurice Brewster contributes insights to a Wall Street Journal article.
“Regardless of the size of you company, having sound policies and procedures in place allows for the efficient and proper running of your business," says Monday’s session presenter Kyara Kahakauwila, co-owner of L.A. Limousine & Transportation Services in Victoria, Canada. “This session will arm you with information you can immediately put in place in your company,” she notes.
Greg Pruitt, owner of Kings Worldwide Transportation in Oklahoma City, Okla., adds, “We’ll be sharing with attendees best practices for managing employees, strategies to train your staff, and tips on how to set a realistic budget.”
You can read about the second small operator session here.
• Best practices for dealing with your employees
• Setting a budget
• What to do when the unexpected happens
• On boarding your employees
• Overall morale
• When it’s time to part ways
Sales & Marketing
• What are you selling - know your key values
• Identifying opportunities
• Social media marketing – what’s your online identity?
• Managing expectations
• What’s your budget? Who’s in charge?
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Operators should be trying every available option now that the federal stimulus bill will be going into effect.
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