Life After ®: 6 Ways to Create Revenue Streams and Continue Adding Value to Your Client’s Brand
Think about the time, money, and effort it takes to acquire ONE new client. It's a lot of work right? The trademark process is a long one, but what happens once you deliver that shiny gold sealed registration certificate? Clients seek you out for help protecting their mark, you proceed through the full trademark application process, the mark registers, life goes on. How you stay engaged with that client, and set yourself up for repeat business? Of course you don't want to the relationship with your client to end, so if you're interested in how to continue adding value and creating more revenue streams, keep reading.
Unlike other areas of law, a trademark client can have an infinite lifecycle for engagement. This isn’t a one-off litigation case or a onetime visa filing. Most newer trademark attorneys have no idea what to offer after the registration issues, and some are only doing one or two of these.
In this 1-hour training, Sonia Lakhany has teamed up with Lindsey Corbin from Delegate. Legal to share 6 ways to create revenue streams and continue adding value to your trademark client relationships! As an added value, Sonia and Lindsey talk about how to structure the fees and give you a few options on how to go about pricing these additional services.
For less than one hour of most lawyers' hourly rate, you'll learn 6 ways to generate at least $5-10k worth of revenue and, more importantly, add tons of value to help your client's brand!
*This training is on-demand. Upon purchase, you will receive a link to download the 1-hour video and accompanying slides.
*As with all of Sonia's materials, you have lifetime access so keep it forever!
Just finished watching your Life After R presentation. Thanks so much for the great info! - Merlyne Jean-Louis
This definitely has me thinking about how to expand on all of the 6 ways. Just spent a while on the phone with Lindsey trying to create strategies based on the list. Overall, definitely worth the price. - Anonymous