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Clinical Vs Private Clientele Podcast
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Clinical vs Private Clientele: How to get the Balance Right Podcast
To be a profitable health business it is important to diversify and adapt your business model to attract a balance of private paying clients as well as those eligible under compensable schemes. Attracting clients requires a sound marketing strategy. In this podcast Luke Rabone, AEP and Director of Restart Exercise Physiology in Brisbane will share his expertise on how you can create a profitable, diverse client model.
This podcast will cover;
Additional marketing strategies, and tangible formulas to create effective marketing to immediately attract clients,
Real life strategies to attract clinical (government-funded) clientele,
Real life strategies to attract private (self-funded) clientele.
This podcast is for ABN holders or AES and AEPs looking to build their client base.
The recording is of a webinar presented by ESSA on 3 December 2018.
Presented by Mr. Luke Rabone, BSc (Sp&ExSc), ESSAM, AEP
Luke Rabone is an AEP with nearly 8 years of experience, and over 6 years’ experience as a business owner. His team at Restart Exercise Physiology based on the Brisbane north-side, is crystal clear on both their ideal client and their underlying WHY for doing what they do as health professionals. It is this clarity that provides a driving force in reaching prospective clients and is an instrumental factor in its progress towards being on track to achieve of one its 2018 business goals of having 500 new clients commence treatment with them this calendar year. Luke will take you through the process of identifying your IDEAL CLIENT, how to establish a compelling WHY that can be communicated to potential referrers and all that you meet, and practical marketing strategies to get the balance right between clinical (government-funded) and private (privately-funded) clients.
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