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November 24, 2015

Webinar for Boat Services Industry Will Highlight Evolving Management Model

By Keith Batter, Content Producer

If you are a member of the Boat Services Industry—whether boatyard, marina, fleet manager, broker/dealer or boat renter—you may be surprised to hear that there is a massive evolution coming to the field aimed at delivering a more comprehensive set of services. The aim is to shift away from the one-off repair services strategy, and towards a recurring-revenue monitoring and management model.   



This kind of ongoing maintenance and management model is aimed at fostering deeper and more engaging customer relationships, as well as helping to establish more solid, recurring cash flow and bolstered brand awareness for industry leaders in today’s boating space.

If you don’t want to be marooned in the low-tides of the industry, it is imperative to attend a webinar taking place today, November 24, from 11:30-1 PM. The webinar—which is sponsored by MyTaskit, the easiest to use and most complete task sharing and coordination platform for boatyard owners, fleet managers, etc.—will be divulging all on this emerging service trend. Attendees will learn about the four stage business growth model—from boat repair and maintenance to comprehensive and proactive boat monitoring/management—as well as how to begin migrating your business towards full managed services, how to communicate with customers to foster these strategic ongoing relationships, anecdotes and success stories from various boatyards.

Both Jim Bronstein, CEO of Marine Business Advisors, and Kevin Hutchinson, Founder, CEO and Chairman of MyTaskit, will be presenting. The event will be moderated by Allison Boccamazzo, Director of Brand Strategy at Content Boost.

As a reminder, the webinar will be taking place today, November 24th, 2015 at 11 AM EST. It’s not too late to secure your spot now! You can register for the event by clicking here.  



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