Proforma Launches Business Success Webinar Series

CLEVELAND, OH (August 18, 2020) – Proforma, The Technology and Business Success Leader, has launched a new series of webinars, ‘New Days, New Ways’, as a sequel to its original Rise & Thrive webinar series.

The Rise & Thrive series, introduced in March 2020, included over 100 webinars focused on helping members pivot and innovate during the first several months of Covid-19. This original webinar series was very successful, measured by the fact that Proforma’s YTD sales are ahead of its 2019 YTD sales. The New Days, New Ways webinar series is designed to help Proforma Owner affiliates strategically plan and adjust their businesses to the new reality of the global business environment.

“To date, the results of our webinar series have been amazing,” said Proforma CEO Vera Muzzillo. “We are proud of our Owners and very appreciative of the participation of our many great suppliers and the hard work of our Support Center Team Members to keep innovating and leading the way forward.”

Deborah Lanigan, Owner of Proforma Mega Marketing Solutions reports, “The tools and resources created as a part of the Proforma strategy for pivoting in the midst of this pandemic have been extraordinary. The education, success sharing and supplier strategies shared in the ongoing webinar series has helped keep me and my team motivated and challenged to keep pushing forward and looking for new opportunities to form new relationships.”

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With over 40 years of experience, Proforma is the $500 Million Technology & Business Success Leader in the Promotional Products and Print Industry. Proforma’s recent investment of over $15 million in Technology maximizes Affiliate success. Sales increased over 22% and Gross Profits grew over 18% for Affiliates on the system for over one year. Proforma’s record breaking success includes having 18 of its Affiliates named to Inc. Magazine’s 2020 list of the 5,000 fastest-growing companies and 193 Affiliates achieving its Million/Multi-Million Dollar Club with sales from $1 million to $38 million.