Weave Named to the 2020 Forbes Cloud 100
SAN FRANCISCO (September 16, 2020) – Weave, the complete business toolbox for service-based businesses and one of the fastest-growing companies in tech, has been named to the Forbes 2020 Cloud 100. The list is a definitive ranking of the top 100
Investing in Practice Growth focuses on understanding the reasons why we invest in our practice. In this session we focus on the life cycle of a practice, the rationale behind investing, and some ways we can invest in our practice. We’ll discuss financing options and how to choose a lender / how a lender chooses you.
Building a company from the ground up by focusing on people not employees. Brandon dives in to how he built Weave from his attic above his garage to the premium product that so many people in the healthcare space have come to love. His mantra has always been People not Employees and that has been a big factor in his companies growth.
Those who spend time invested in their practice find themselves getting breaks and creating more profits. It’s not about being lucky it’s about waking up everyday and committing to investing time and energy into the practice. Knowing what the hack is begins the journey of executing systems to create profit centers that continue to grow. Maybe one of the hacks I share will give you the break you need for better profits.
We asked a few brilliant minds in dental to join us for our panel. They sat down with our own Mike Buckner to talk about what is and isn’t working for practice growth in 2019, and what you should do going forward. Please welcome Eric Roman, Hazel Glasper, Sara Hansen and Chad Duplantis. You won’t want to miss this.
Strategic growth is extremely valuable for any Dentist interested in developing a world-class practice! In this course, Gary Takacs shares four specific strategies that will help you grow a thriving practice in 2019 and beyond. These strategies are designed to be very actionable by you and your Team Members!
Authentic, honest communication is a critical component of the doctor patient relationship, says Hazel D. Glasper, DDS. “I am shocked by how many physicians are challenged when it comes to communicating and connecting with their patients. People have to feel like we care, not just about their oral health, but about who they are as people. Especially for practice owners, it’s really not optional.” A gifted communicator, Dr. Glasper offers affordable tools for streamlining this painstaking and vital process.
The field of optometry faces unprecedented disruption from companies outside of the profession. Regulatory agencies either have little enforcement dollars or have made commitments to reduce barriers to new unproven technologies. Therefore, educating patients about the importance of solid eyecare that meets the standard of care falls on the shoulders of optometrists. This lecture teaches the optometrist how to use the latest technologies in positive ways to recapture the hearts and minds of your patients.
While you're focused on attracting new customers, are you paying attention to your current customers who may be walking out the door? Come learn key marketing strategies to help you retain and engage your current customer base and create powerful advocates and evangelists for your business.
Are you sharing the right messages, at the right time, when potential patients are looking for a new provider? Most times our marketing assumes patients are ready for coupons, offers or freebies when in fact, they may want to have questions answered. These 3 conversations will help you identify if you are answering the questions they may be asking.
Meredith and Andrew Pickup sit down and have a discussion with our own Madi Bullock. In their discussion they talk about how it is running a business together, wins and losses within their company and how they grew their business from the ground up. This is a great discussion for those that run a business with their spouse or are looking for some great tips on entrepreneurship.
Growing your practice is an investment that takes forethought and planning. In this segment, we’ll discuss how to determine when is the right time to invest in your practice, how to analyze the opportunity, and who to engage to help you realize your vision. We’ll talk about sources of financing, and specific kinds of financing solutions to provide the capital needed for your investment.
For our Optometry panel, we invited some great names in the optometry world as well as an experienced SEO, Online digital marketer who owns his own practice. They sit down with our own Monroe Mckay and talk about marketing and business in 2019 and what is and isn’t working.
In our medical fireside chat, Caleb Manschill our Director of Business Development sits down with Dave Edwards the President of APMA. They go over his growth and experience within the medical industry. How he gets new patients and what he sees as things to do in the future.
Get a glimpse of today’s initial exam. It’s use of customized diagnostic approaches patient by patient to truly create a treatment plan conversion and far better long-term success for your patient. From the first call or missed call, to the analytics of how to evaluate and track your patients, all of this data relates to models of efficiency for communication and ultimately the growth of your practice.