Renato Saltz, MD, a board-certified plastic surgeon and owner of Saltz Plastic Surgery, along with aesthetic industry experts Terri Ross and Izhak Musli, announce the inaugural 4S Summit for aesthetic medicine business owners and managers. The event will take place in Park City, Utah, on February 16.
With new medical spas and plastic surgery practices opening every day and word of a looming recession, practice owners and managers need a precise blueprint with the right strategies, structure, system, and skills to strengthen their businesses, according to the 4S Summit organizers. The 4S Summit’s mission is to deliver the exact tools and clear, actionable guidance for implementation so participants can master every aspect of their medical aesthetic businesses, they add.
The one-day summit—hosted in conjunction with the American-Brazilian Aesthetic Meeting—brings together aesthetic industry experts, key opinion leaders, and decision makers, along with plastic surgeons, cosmetic dermatologists, med-spa owners, and practice managers.
“We developed the 4S Summit to help aesthetic medicine professionals see their practices from an entirely new perspective,” says Terri Ross, co-founder of Aesthetic Success. “The business fundamentals, confidence, and competence attendees will walk away with will serve as a compass for continued growth. This is not a one-and-done summit. The tactics and strategies will have lasting effects for years to come.”
Ross says attendees should be ready to bring their laptops, financials, and A-game to complete individualized assessments and worksheets throughout the informative sessions. By the end of the day, participants will be armed with tactical, actionable strategies for creating permanent shifts in their medical aesthetic business they can implement immediately to achieve measurable increases in revenue—as well as a solid boost in overall productivity, efficiency, and profitability, she adds.
For more information and to register, visit theaestheticsuccess.com.
Featured image: (From left to right) Izhak Musli, Terri Ross, and Renato Saltz, MD