Gilly Dickons from Aesthetic Response on measuring and accelerating growth in your aesthetics business.
Gilly Dickons explains how to maximise new business and improve your client retention
Aesthetic Response Company Profile: Aesthetic Med Magazine
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Ask the Experts
What are the key things my staff should be saying/doing when a potential new client calls the clinic?
Making the most of the forthcoming festive season: fourteen top tips
For the majority of aesthetic nurses, November and December are often the busiest months in the calendar year. However, with planning and preparation, staff can make time for seasonal celebrations alongside their long days in the clinic, says business development director Gilly Dickons. Based on her experience of handling client calls, she offers valuable advice on task management in the lead up to Christmas.
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A chance to win more than £9,000 worth of expert services for your practice. To enter simply write in 500 words why you consider yourself the worthy winner and email to email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org. Last date for receipt of entries 30th June 2015. See following article for full prize details ...
Win more than £9,000 worth of expert services for your practice
Using our combined expertise, the Aesthetic Business Network (The ABN) will help the winning clinic to transform their business in just 100 days! See article for full prize details. To enter simply write in 500 words why you consider yourself the worthy winner and email to email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org. Last date for receipt of entries 30th June 2015.
Gilly Dickons explores the benefits of collecting figures to boost your business.
A good reception
Gilly Dickons, business development director and founder
of Aesthetic Response on why call management is crucial to
making a good first impression.
Is your practice making an exceptional first impression?
In the highly competitive sector of aesthetics it is very important that you regularly review the quality of your customer service, especially your call handling. ideally you should take this action every three months.
Making a memorable first impression: the key to building and maintaining your clinic
In a sector that is continuing to show solid year-on-year growth, despite the recession, there are more aesthetic practitioners than ever wanting to take their share of the market. However, as the market increases in size, it is harder for clinics to gain and maintain new clients. Gilly Dickons, Founder of Aesthetic Response, stresses the importance and benefits of making a great first impression.