What to Do About the Other Guy
Jun 20 2013
8:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Growthink Los Angeles Offices
6033 W. Century Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90045
The best laid plans of businesses large and small...
...to be more profitable
...To get more with less : more income with less work, more customers with less marketing and sales cost
Well, they run into the SAME challenge and obstacle again and again.
THE OTHER GUY.
The business down the street or across the globe that sells for less.
Often a LOT less.
That is open longer.
That markets better.
That somehow is able to pay its people more (or a lot less).
Yes, this brave new world of business of ours offers opportunities to market, sell, and deliver globally like never before...
But it is also world where business are faced with MORE competitive pressures and threats and challenges than ever before.
Well, What to Do about it?
The best run and most successful businesses are so to a very large part because they COMPETE and WIN far more often than they lose.
And on June 20th, Growthink - the nation's leading strategic and business planning firm for entrepreneurs and business owners - is excited to offer a unique, hands-on workshop where you will learn what to do about that other guy.
The workshop will be held at our firm's Los Angeles offices, and led by Mr. Jay Turo, Growthink's co-Founder, who will share with you what he has learned in the past 14 years in advising hundreds of companies regarding their competitive positioning and strategies.
Companies including Deutsche Bank, McKesson, Infospace, Samsung, Porsche, & Paramount Pictures.
And companies you might not have heard of, but ones that with Jay's and Growthink's advice have increased revenues and grown profits BY becoming competitively better.
Companies like Accelerant, C8 Medisensors, Dakim, DCIP, Fresh Games, Green Medical, Integreon, L3D3, Mobeze, MyPublicInfo, Nolatek, Ometric, Pocketsonics, Precision Time, Recoup IT, Sandel Medical, Spring Medical, Telverse, XCOM Wireless, and Xorbent, among others.
In the workshop, Jay will share:
This will not be any kind of academic lecture, but rather an intense, interactive, and hand-on workshop where Jay will give you key tips and tactics that you can use in YOUR business right away to grow revenues, make more money, and have more fun.
Event Notes. Because of the workshop format and to allow for quality interaction, Jay has requested that we limit attendance to 15 registrants per session, with three separate sessions starting at 8:00 am, at noon, and at 5 pm, all on Thursday, June 20th.
Light refreshments and validated parking provided to all confirmed attendees.
About Jay Turo
Growthink's co-founder and CEO, Jay Turo has led Growthink's emergence as one of the nation's largest strategic advisory and investment banking firms focused on the entrepreneurial marketplace.
In his 14 years at Growthink, Jay has advised dozens of emerging, middle market, and corporate clients regarding their growth and capital formation strategies. His corporate clients have included Deutsche Bank, McKesson, Infospace, Samsung, Porsche, & Paramount Pictures.
He has worked with a wide host of emerging companies including Accelerant, C8 Medisensors, Dakim, DCIP, Free Conference, Fresh Games, Green Medical, Integreon, L3D3, Mobeze, MyPublicInfo, Nolatek, Ometric, Pocketsonics, Precision Time, Raise Capital, Recoup IT, Research Scientists, Sandel Medical, Spring Medical, Telverse, Thrombovision, XCOM Wireless, and Xorbent, among others.
Jay is an active angel investor and speaker and writer regarding private equity, entrepreneurship, and technology. His column appears on the Growthink blog on Mondays.
Jay has an MBA from the Anderson School of Management at UCLA and earned a Bachelor's degree with Distinction and with Departmental Honors from Stanford University.
He lives in Los Angeles with his wife and two sons.