Fully Promoted Launches Upgraded Training Program

The new program is said to add an additional layer of support and education for franchises

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Fully Promoted, a branded apparel and promotional products franchise, announces the launch of its enhanced training program — adding an additional layer of support and education for franchise owners and their teams.

According to the company, the new program is in addition to its existing training school and mentorship program and focuses on implementing a variety of innovative revenue streams that support new industry trends, technology, and products that can be integrated into the existing business model.

“Our enhanced training program is part of our continuing investment in the success of our franchisees,” states President Mike Brugger. “We are constantly updating our support systems and finding ways to expand our teams’ knowledge and skills.”

The training is said to provide additional solutions and workarounds in response to the global supply chain and sourcing challenges and build upon successful applications for growing trends within the industry.

According to Fully Promoted, its training committee regularly evaluates tools to elevate training program value to owners and their team members. So far, in 2022, the committee has added seven new modules to the continuing education selections and modified additional existing modules to optimize their applications.

With the new enhancements, the Fully Promoted training school now offers 50 modules that include:

  • Ordering and fulfillment process deep dive (increase understanding of how each step in the process builds on the last)
  • Financial training
  • Outside sales representative training
  • Lead generation training
  • Sourcing and outsourcing training
  • Technology guidance (POS system additional support and building online stores)
  • Key vendor presentations
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Marie Fennema is the managing editor of GRAPHICS PRO, including GRAPHICS PRO Today, covering news and guidance in apparel decoration, awards and engraving, and sign and digital printing.

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