Massage therapy was not Dave’s first career choice. Dave is also an engineer. He spent his engineering days in Fortune 500 companies. Now he has his own full-time Massage Therapy business called Strategic Wellness Services.
After Dave received a fabulous massage treatment while on vacation he decided he wanted to offer the gift of massage treatment to others. He became a licensed Massage Therapist and now offers massage treatments along with wellness and ergonomics to corporations.
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Here is some of what we cover:
What social media to use for generating corporate contacts to generate leads.
What licensing/certificates/insurance/etc are needed to work in a corporate environment.
How to market your chair/table massage business with corporations.
How to hire/interview contractors/employees (licensed therapists) for corporations.
What specific services make sense to offer corporations (chair/table massage, ergonomics, etc).
How to retain corporate clients.
What is the difference between private vs corporate clients?
How to schedule corporate clients and keep them on the calendar.
When is the best time to market to corporate clients?
What are the Female vs male therapists in a corporate environment?
How he chose his practice name.
How to get free help from your local university business department.
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