Graham Foster is a leading keynote presenter in Australia, New Zealand and USA. His business achievements qualify him more than most to contribute at your conference or seminar. He has tertiary qualifications and 30 years of business experience and specialises in profit improvement, sales improvement, and personal motivation.
Without question, the main reason audiences respond so well to Graham is that he blends his own Chief Executive performance ideas with the up-to–the minute personal development practices and everyday common sense service skills for customers, skills which help your people increase the bottom line.
If you want to improve the performance of your team then you should be using the proven talents of Graham Foster who was a CEO at age 36.
Graham’s track record includes, Marketing Manager Utilux Pty Ltd, National Marketing Manager TNT Australia, CEO Retravision Australia ($400m sales), Director of Merchandising with Gerry Harvey ($300m sales) Director of Marketing Dick Smith Electronics ($100m Sales) and Managing Director & C.E.O. CRT Limited ($200m sales). You’re not getting a ‘speaker’, you’re getting a Director – Manager – Chief Executive who has delivered results on the bottom line – practice and theory. He has presented more than 3,500 times worldwide in 44 countries.
He has written two books ‘The Power of Positive Profit’ featuring MoneyMath© and‘Where the Rubber Meets the Road: - SERVICE!’
Today, he is Chairman of Pacific Seminars Inc. with representation in Australia, New Zealand and USA. He conducts Conference Keynotes, In House Seminars, Marketing and Sales Training. Graham is now based 50% in USA and 50% in Australia and New Zealand (He actually is a half Kiwi/half Aussie with a Yankee wife!)’.
• ‘How to survive and make profit in tight times’
• Profit Improvement - ‘How to Improve Profitability Guaranteed’
• ‘EVC’ – Economic Value to the Customer, how to explain value.
• Eight Reasons why Prices Must go up
• How to understand the hidden mathematics of profit.
• Business Planning for Success
• How to implement a price increase without losing customers.
• Its Everyone’s Job To Improve Profit
• Customer Service – “Why the Customer is the Boss”