How to Get ROI Using Promotional Products and Loyalty Programs
Tuesday, October 9
Networking and check-in: 5:30 pm
Presentation: 6 pm
Keller Williams Offices
315 W. Ponce de Leon Ave., Suite 100
Free to DBA members
$20 for non-DBA members
RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
The fall Foundations of Business Seminar features a panel that will share information on the best ways to get a return on your investment from promotional products and client loyalty programs. The panel includes:
Mari Atwell, Swagalicious
With a mission to help small-to-large businesses with their promotional product needs from keychains and coffee mugs, to screen printed and embroidered apparel, Swagalicious does it all. With more than 13 years of experience and access to leading suppliers, Mari is your go-to person for your next branded goods project.
Darrah Brustein, Equitable Payments
A local merchant services brokerage, co-owned by Darrah Brustein, their goal is to be an honest and reliable solution in what can often be a confusing part of your business. Darrah offers clients an average of 30% savings on credit card processing fees, at no cost to them, with free equipment and no hidden fees. Darrah will talk about gift cards/loyalty programs as a great way to build repeat business with customers, at a low cost with high ROI.
Brian Mattingly, Welcomemat Services
A marketing strategies and technology company, Welcomemat provides monthly direct mail packages to individuals and families who have recently changed their addresses. The company's primary Welcomemat Program targets new residents when they move into an area, presenting them with invitations to try various businesses and organizations, helping them get acclimated to their new surroundings and foster local growth. Welcomemat Services has been named as a marketing expert in small business marketing by The Charlotte Observer, USA Today and The Wall Street Journal's Smart Money. Welcomemat Services maintains 21 franchise and company locations throughout the United States.
About Foundations of Business
These popular quarterly seminars provide education to help business owners create and maintain strong foundations for their businesses. Key topics include finances, marketing, leadership and operations.
Sessions are held at the Keller Williams offices, 315 West Ponce de Leon Ave., Suite 100. Admission is free for DBA members, and $20 for non-DBA members. Because these sessions fill up quickly, reservations are recommended. Email Morgan Rowe to reserve your space.
Share Your Expertise!
We are in the process of scheduling our next Foundations seminars. If you are interested in speaking, we invite you to apply to be a presenter.