Edmonton, AB- Many business magazines these days are the kind that talk about innovation and making a difference for business owners. But ActionCOACH Canada and Greg Kopchuk have taken that concept one step further by focusing on giving their audience actual foolproof lead generation ideas that have been proven to work.
With the first issue of Take Action, http://issuu.com/
“I wanted to put something together that speaks to our current clients and prospective small business owners that isn’t just a repetition of what’s out there already. Building a business is more than just sending out emails and hoping for the best, you have to have a strategy for everything you do. You need to analyse and do research before you send anything out to build your business. With this e-mag we want to give readers practical knowledge that they can use to have a really have a successful business,” says Kopchuk.
The first issue of Take Action includes a comprehensive guide to stopping profit leaks in your business including ways to reallocate funds for loans, the right way to increase prices, and how to redirect debt accumulation. It also includes an article by Paul Segreto the owner of franchisEssentials on how to kickstart an email campaign that will actually work.
The latest issue of Take Action is available online at http://issuu.com/
Greg Kopchuk is the Master Licensee ActionCOACH Canada. Since becoming a Master Licensee of the Canadian Franchise company in 2004, he has managed to take it from bankruptcy and turn it into a multi-million successful national company. Greg has been awarded the Master Licensee award twice from Brad J Sugars and Action International. He prides himself on being a hard-working, successful business coach who encourages all small business owners and entrepreneurs to stop at nothing to achieve their goals. A successful speaker, and family man, Greg is married with three daughters.
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