Crestcom International, Ltd.
Corporate management, sales success, leadership--if those terms turn you on, check out Crestcom's international training system.
Franchise Profile — Crestcom International, Ltd.
Crestcom International, "Trainers to the World," is a giant in the field of corporate training. Crestcom produces video-based, live-facilitated training seminars, focusing on sales management, leadership, and managememnt development.
Training programs feature world-renowned business authorities like Zig Zaglar, sales expert Tom Hopkins, best-selling author Harvey Mackay, Patricia Fripp and Lisa Ford in customer service.
Crestcom Training is delivered in 50+ countries and 12 languages.
Crestcom's training products are trademarked as Bulletproof Manager, and have a unique combo of video, interactive training, lecture, and teaching.
Entrepreneur Magazine has rated Crestcom the #1 management/sales training franchise in 4 out of the past 6 years.
Successful applicants interested in Crestcom attend a 7-10 day training session at a location in the U.S., then both the franchisee and Crestcom decide if this is the right fit for both parties.
The start-up fee is $58,500 to $75,000, and Crestcom is looking for franchisees both in the US and worldwide.
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