PADI Business Academy 2017 Schedule

business academy logoEducate the whole team in cutting edge strategies to increase customer acquisition and improve profitability.

2017’s PADI Business Academies run over two days and aim to highlight the importance of understanding and evolving your business model to meet the needs of today’s customers.

You’ll explore a range of digital marketing strategies for your website, email marketing and social media channels as well as sales and customer service ideas and strategies for your business. The inclusion of workshops will enable you to put your new learnings into practice.

Sheridan Hatcher, Marketing Executive, maintains that a key feature of the Asia Pacific Business Academies will be the strong focus on the ongoing PADI staff follow-ups and close working relationships with attendees.

“We will aim to help you achieve your business goals set over the course of the program. These goals are chosen by attendees from the topics and business opportunities discussed over the two days,” Sheridan says.

2017 PADI Business Academy Lite (One Day) Schedule

Day Month Location
18 January Singapore
5 April Shanghai, China (Presented in Chinese)
12 April Taipei, Taiwan (Presented in Chinese)
2 May Melbourne, Australia
10 May Nadi, Fiji
31 July Wellington, New Zealand

 2017 PADI Business Academy (Two Day) Schedule

Day Month Location
3-4 April Jeju, South Korea (Presented in Korean)
16-17 May Bangkok, Thailand
6-7 June Bali, Indonesia
11-12 October Manila, Philippines

2017 PADI Business Academy – Outbound Chinese Tourism (One Day) Schedule

Day Month Location
19 June Cebu, Philippines
10 December Koh Samui, Thailand
13 December Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

So what are you waiting for? Email or contact your PADI Regional Manager to register and ignite growth in all operational aspects for 2017 and beyond.

One Reply to “PADI Business Academy 2017 Schedule”

  1. It would be great if the PADI Asia Pacific Business Academies could be scheduled Before or After the Regional Dive Shows. That would allow companies who are already travelling from ‘further afield’ to attend a PBA in the one trip. And if Members of the PADI AP Marketing Team are also already going to be at the Regional Dive Shows (meeting with Members), that would logistically be easier plus perhaps save some time and money. Just a suggestion 🙂

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