(1888PressRelease) October 05, 2011 – Laguna Hills, CA – Dennis Grundy, former owner of Signs Unlimited, a Signworld operation in San Jose, CA, and now well-regarded small business broker, was excited at the opportunity to be a part of the agenda and discuss how Signworld owners can form and implement their own exit strategies.
Mitch Evans, a well known and highly-regarded authority in the print and sign businesses will join in on the fun at the 2012 Signworld Convention to discuss a number of different topics including: Sales and Marketing, Staff Management as well as industry trends and how Signworld Owners can take advantage of them. Jim Trunick is the Senior Director of Sales with one of the fastest growing health care companies in America. His career of 25+ years coaching and training sales and marketing techniques has earned him a 7 year run on the President’s Club. Ken Kindt, Owner of Signworld, said, “Jim has earned numerous certifications, awards and accolades from business leaders and organizations throughout the world with his management and leadership programs.” “We are pleased to announce that Jim has graciously agreed to speak at this year’s Signworld Conference”, added Ken Kindt. Jim’s program, packed with energy, stories and perspectives, is designed to make you think and have fun. His learning thru struggle and failure to over-achieve great results, will provide a valuable experience for everyone attending About Signworld Signworld is a national organization with more than 260 independently owned sign companies, which provide commercial custom signage and graphics. Jack Warner and Ken Kindt lead the Top management at Signworld. It is personable, creative, rewarding and ideal for people-oriented individuals who have the desire to learn how to manage a sales and production business. Signworld affiliates are a cut above traditional sign companies. Ongoing support and training is provided along with state-of-the-art equipment. Signworld business model runs on a no royalty concept. You can learn more about Signworld at www.signworld.orgBack