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24 Feb
Blueprint to a Billion and Beyond


When you are a typical closely held company and a billion seems a long way off, you aspire to grow your company to the next level. Our February presenter, Tommy Schaff, will address the question most entrepreneurial speakers do not – what are the early essentials to achieve exponential growth early? Schaff’s February presentation focuses on what it takes to breakout from being a small company to a "hot growth" company. The secret? Leveraging the essentials early. Join us and find out what companies like Cisco, Microsoft, Williams Sonoma did when they were less than $100M in revenue: They built their potential billion dollar business “blueprint” early.

Whether you're an executive looking to grow your business from a million to a few more million or are reaching your inflection point somewhere over $50M and aiming higher, Tommy will layout a roadmap to innovate to a billion so unique and compelling, it was actually granted a US Patent! Can it be done? Absolutely. After presentations to thousands of closely held businesses looking to innovate to grow, Tommy has found that our potential is limited only by our mental models of growth. Join us for this one of a kind webinar and find out how Tommy is applying the 7 Essentials model to entrepreneurial businesses like yours!

Tommy Schaff is the founding partner of Major League Sales, a growth optimization consulting and training firm. Before founding Major League Sales, Tommy served as Chief Strategy Officer of Business Breakthrough International, Tony Robbins and Chet Holmes’ consulting company. Over the last 30 years, he has served 62 Fortune 500 Companies, hundreds of closely held firms, helped numerous firms make the Inc 500, been the speaker AFTER Tony Robbins on three continents and had four clients become Ernst and Young Entrepreneur of the Year finalists in the last four years.

Date and Time

Thu, Feb 24, 2022

9:00a - 10:00a EST




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