In this episode of Bodcast, Host Becky Hargreaves talks to Regional Support Manager, Amy D’Arcy-Burt about marketing your dental practice to local businesses. Amy shares her advice on how to get your message across to potential customers and ultimately attract new patients through the door.
Over the next few weeks we’ll be sharing some top tips on various business topics from our consultants and colleagues in the industry. And who best to start with than our very own Les Jones!
The year was 1988, Bros were number 1 and I was a 15 year old schoolboy being asked what I wanted to do for a career. Our careers officer was called Mr Simms. All I can remember is that he had broken glasses on and spoke in a very North Walian accent, ‘So Cartwrigghhhttt, what you looking to doooo after …
Practice Marketing Coordinator, Becky Lawrence, shares her experience of heading over to Solihull to hear Les Jones impart his wise words of marketing wisdom!
Sarah Whittall, Events and Marketing Coordinator at Practice Plan, introduces the new event series Ringing the Changes, and gives you an insight into how it can help you to boost your profits.
Sheila Scott explains why understanding your patients and listening to what it is they need is the most important and worthwhile area of your marketing strategy.
Les Jones, The Business of Dentistry Magazine’s Editor and Marketing Director of Practice Plan, will be touring the UK in September, delivering a series of one-day marketing masterclasses entitled ‘How to Market Your Dental Practice’. So, with this in mind, we’ve asked him to give us a little taster of what delegates can expect from the day.
The year was 2001 and I was working at one the most respected design agencies in the North West, if not the UK at the time, Tucker Clarke Williams (TCW), and I loved every minute of it! Sadly, the company is no longer with us, but some of the remaining people took on the challenge of setting up again and started …
Les Jones, Marketing Director at Practice Plan, shares some low-cost ideas on how to attract new patients to your dental practice. 1. Networking The first thing you need to do is ‘get out there!’ and get your face recognised. Networking is a great way of establishing your presence in the town. Find out where the key influencers are within the …
Here, Marketing Director Les Jones talks us through exactly what he means… What I mean is that design is sometimes used to put a bit of surface gloss onto something that is fundamentally not that pretty underneath.