NNBA 2024 Conference
12 Revenue Streams to Diversify Your Income and Grow Your Business!
by Louise Jakubik, PhD, RN, NPD-BC, CSP®
Discover how to grow your business and increase your income by adding new streams of revenue within your current expertise. In this session, you will explore 12 different ways to monetize your business. Customers appreciate having a menu of options to choose from when considering your business solutions. Some individuals want a book, others a course, others coaching, others a membership option, and still others an intensive retreat. Organizations may prefer an onsite or web streaming course, an annual license for a training program, a retreat leader, or a consulting package. Additional revenue streams include business to business referrals, strategic alliances, and affiliate or reseller agreements. In this session, you explore how to apply your business or business idea to each of 12 different revenue stream formats. If you want to create a roadmap for building your business and your income through multiple revenue streams, this session is for you!.
During this pre-conference seminar, you will learn to:
- Explore 12 different revenue stream formats to build your business and your income
- Identify at least 2 of these 12 revenue stream formats to apply to your business in the next 6 months
Dr. Louise Jakubik is a million-dollar nurse who has grown a successful nursing education business. Eighteen years ago, she started her business with one narrow niche and a single presentation. Today, Louise’s business has grown exponentially to include 3 niche areas that form the basis for an education empire that generates 7 figures annually providing over 25 different proprietary live courses, almost 100 different proprietary e-courses, over 40 independently published book titles, and a cloud-based mentoring software program platform for hospitals. Louise has demonstrated in her own business, the power of building a business that is highly niched with multiple, diverse revenue streams serving customers within that niche. Louise has been a proud member of the National Nurses in Business Association (NNBA) for 18 years since starting her business. And she believes that NNBA has played a pivotal role in her development and success as a nurse entrepreneur and business owner.