“Aside from the industry-leading Yamaha Music School model, one of the ways Yamaha brings value to our business partners is through this program,” said Garth Gilman, corporate vice president, Yamaha Corporation of America.
LAS VEGAS (PRWEB)
June 23, 2017
More than 20 representatives from 18 Yamaha Music Schools across the country recently attended the Yamaha Music School Advantage program designed to assist educators in tuning up their performance.
Held in Las Vegas on June 15, the free workshop was sponsored by Yamaha as part of the company’s Dealer Development Services, which is celebrating its 20-year milestone this year. It was led by Alan Friedman, CPA and partner with Friedman, Kannenberg & Company, P.C., and Tom Hemphill, marketing manager, Yamaha Music Education, who used case studies and role playing to give music school teachers hands-on experience navigating challenges facing their schools today.
Music School Advantage assists these institutions in recognizing and responding to a changing marketplace. The workshop serves as an essential tool for Yamaha Music Schools to develop relationships and trust with their local communities on a personal level. In addition, the program helps develop and sharpen skills in finances, sales, marketing, operation and employee training.
“Yamaha Music School Advantage was met with an overwhelmingly positive reaction, along with a significant increase in attendance this year,” said Garth Gilman, corporate vice president, Yamaha Corporation of America. “Aside from the industry-leading Yamaha Music School model, one of the ways Yamaha brings value to our business partners is through this program. Providing expert…