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Grooming has exploded ever since the COVID pandemic hit. Nationwide, pet care facilities are reporting extreme surge in in demand for grooming services that has yet to decline. NOW is the time to re-think Grooming, whether you currently offer the service or not!
Our very own Joe Zuccarello has partnered with National Kennel Sales and Appraisals to bring this virtual learning course about how to add a profitable grooming service to your facility or how to re-structure your existing one to make it easier to manage and again, PROFITABLE! This is an incredible opportunity to learn how to provide Grooming in the right structure and avoid (or stop!) all the headaches typically associated with this service.
If you’re wondering whether to attend or not, consider these questions:
- Do you have a grooming business, but, it seems to give you more problems than profit?
- Do you see potential in a grooming business but just don’t know how to launch?
- Are you paying more than 40% in grooming wages?
- Do you know what the best compensation method is? Salary? Hourly?
- Are you comfortable with ’selling’ or struggle with the stigma?
- Would you like to generate 20%, 30%, 40% or more in profit?
A “YES!” answer to any of these questions is your reason to attend this 3 session course!
SESSION ONE: To Groom or Not to Groom?! Thursday, August 20th
The Revenue Potential for Grooming Services
How to launch
Stopping problems, adding profits
The formula for a profitable grooming business
Key ingredients of success
The impact of grooming on your business during the pandemic
SESSION TWO: Recommending with Conviction Thursday, August 27th
Overcoming the stigma of ’selling’
How to generate 20%, 30%, 40% or more in profits
Selling add-on services to Grooming
SESSION THREE: Profit Power of Grooming Thursday, September 3rd
Staff Roles and Compensation
Methods and rates of groomer compensation
Analyze groomer talents and how to best use them
How to find, and grow, groomers