Building a highly successful Managed Services business in Toronto
Are you satisfied with the success of your Toronto managed services business?
Is your business profitable?
Are you attracting the best talent into your business?
Do you have the right partners assembled to fuel your growth?
MSP Business Coach Stuart Crawford has battled it out in trenches. Prior to moving back to the GTA, Stuart Crawford ran a highly successful managed services business in Calgary. Learning many key lessons during his 9 year tenure with IT Matters, Crawford and the management team grow a firm from 3 partners to 30 employees with revenues in the $5 million range. Now, Stuart wants to share what he learned with managed service providers in the Toronto area.
You will learn what you need to run a successful managed services business without complexities and hype. Invest a day with Ulistic at the beautiful Vintage Conservatory in downtown Toronto. Learn from Ulistic, network with your peers and start building a successful MSP.
Topics we will be discussing include:
- What are the key metrics you must measure in your business
- How do you hire the best sales professionals
- Develop a leadership strategy that works
- Is your marketing really working?
- Who is the most important person in your MSP?
- and…how to close the right business
This is a free event, open to all managed services providers in the GTA or those who wish to travel to the Toronto region. There is only room for 20 people. So, book today to ensure that you get a spot.
To learn more about Ulistic’s service offerings visit https://www.ulistic.com.
Thank you so much for yesterdays training. I LOVE the 12 Step Sales and Marketing Process! Brilliant!!!
Telecom Carrier Consultant
Ulistic would like to thank our sponsors
Stuart Crawford serves as Creative Director and CEO with Sebring, FL and Fort Erie, ON-based Ulistic, a specialty MSP Marketing firm focused on information technology marketing and business development. He brings a wealth of knowledge and experience pertaining to how technology business owners and IT firms can use marketing as a vehicle to obtain success.