EssilorLuxottica 360: Improving Traffic, Visibility, Patient Experience & Maximizing Profitability

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Learn more about a program designed to help ECP’s improve patient traffic, visibility and patient experience while maximizing profitability. Introducing EssilorLuxottica 360, a program powered by Essilor, Luxottica and EyeMed.

An interactive Q&A will follow the presentation, so come with questions!!

About the Speaker
Jonathan Smith is the Training Director at Luxottica Wholesale North America. He is an MBA graduate who began his career at Luxottica in brand management overseeing the marketing strategy for all premium fashion eyewear brands.

With over 15 years of experience in branding and marketing in the luxury, fashion, and beauty industries, Jonathan brings a wealth of business experience. Today he leads the North American Luxottica training department at Luxottica in building a strong education vision and strategy to support the industry.
 
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