Johnson Consulting Group’s CEO to Deliver Guidance
Jake Johnson, president and CEO of Johnson Consulting Group, will deliver guidance on how to prepare your business for a sale and/or find prime acquisition opportunities at the Funeral Service Business Plan Conference, Dec. 3-4 in New Orleans.
The conference is nothing new to Johnson Consulting Group as Jake is following in the footsteps of his father, Tom, in presenting at this annual event geared for owners, managers and key personnel.
“I’m looking forward to helping attendees look at their businesses in new ways, and at the end of my presentation, they’ll know how to unlock hidden value that’s often overlooked,” Jake said. “I’m passionate about helping forward-thinking funeral professionals capitalize on opportunities, and I don’t intend to disappoint.”
Eight other experts will join Johnson, with the ultimate goal being to help funeral professionals boost market share, profitability and deliver more value to families.
Sign Up Now, and Get These Bonuses!
When you sign up for the Business Plan Conference, you’ll also get a FREE PASS to a tour and reception at Lake Lawn Funeral Home and Cemeteries, a Stewart Enterprises property. There, you’ll network with the Lake Lawn staff and learn how they deliver excellent customer service while enjoying fellowship with your peers.
The conference also offers CEUs for attendees from almost every state so you can meet your continuing education requirements.
Learn more at www.katesboylston.com/bizplan or call 800-500-4585
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