Jay Abraham To Host Problem-Solving ‘Hot Seats’ For Opti-Port Members at Vision Expo East

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Opti-Port, a national alliance of multi-office eyecare providers, announced recently that its members will have the opportunity to hear a keynote presentation followed by personal on-the-spot consulting sessions with business strategist Jay Abraham at the semi-annual Opti-Port SPARK Conference at Vision Expo East. Non-members are also welcome, but seating is limited.

“Our mission at Opti-Port is to help our members develop and implement business growth solutions, so we are excited to bring Jay’s experience, business philosophy and strategic perspective to our members at this year’s meeting,” said Jim Edwards, Opti-Port president and CEO.

Jay has personally advised over 25,000 companies including AT&T, FedEx, Microsoft, HBO and The New York Times, as well as consulted with influential clients such as Tony Robbins, Daymond John (Shark Tank), and Dave Asprey (Bulletproof Coffee).

Following a 90-minute keynote presentation, Opti-Port attendees will have the opportunity to consult with Jay on specific issues facing their businesses. As he walks attendees through these problem-solving clinics, Jay will help members learn to think, act and transact business differently.

“Jay teaches you more workable, tangible, profitable techniques and strategies than you can probably apply in three lifetimes. But what he teaches you about mindset is his true gift of wealth.,” said Michael Basch, an original founder of FedEx.

In addition to the keynote presentation and interactive problem-solving session, the full day conference will also feature member-driven sessions on reducing walkouts, implementing telehealth solutions, and metrics and KPI benchmarking. Learn more at www.optiport.com.

About Opti-Port

Founded in 2001, Opti-Port is a national alliance of leading, multi-office eye care providers that leverages the combined strength of its members to provide them with revenue growth strategies as well as cost-saving and market-expanding opportunities.

Claire Goldsmith MidPage