FIRST ANNUAL NATIONAL EYECARE FACILITIES CONFERENCE ANNOUNCED

slider_facilitiesCleinman Performance Partners is pleased to announce the First Annual National Eyecare Facilities Conference.  “Building the WOW” will be the first two-day conference of its kind and is designed to help ECP’s develop a facility that separates their brand from the competition. “Building the WOW” will provide a one-stop, economical resource to educate optometric practice owners on how to successfully plan and execute a facilities project. Cleinman Performance Partners, the leading business development consultancy for larger optometry practices, has pulled together a unique panel of experts to provide a roadmap for OD/Owners that are embarking on a remodel or new build.

The Conference will take place October 13-15, 2017 at the Crowne Plaza O’Hare in Chicago. Attendees will enjoy workshops by experts from both within and outside of the eyecare industry as well as an “Ask the Experts” interactive Q&A session. This unique weekend experience will cover everything from planning to site selection to design to financing to retail merchandising. Attendees will also receive a “How To” manual which will provide both planning tools and expert insight into this important investment decision.

Alan Cleinman and his team have worked tirelessly to bring this idea to life.  “Building a new facility is likely the largest investment that a practice owner will make in their career. It’s critical to get it right. Before this unique conference, ECP’s have not had a cohesive resource and generally have had to go it alone.” Cleinman goes on to say, “Never before have resources come together like this to deliver the content, connections and next steps that practice owners need. We are focused on making this event a resource like no other in the industry.”

To learn more or to register for the National Eyecare Facilities Conference, go to https://www.cleinman.com/facilities.

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