S7 EP4 | Part 1: Building a Strong Foundation to Grow and Scale Your Medical Spa

Audrey Neff sits down with Maegen Kennedy, PA-C, owner of Windermere Medical Spa & Laser Institute, as well as one of AmSpa’s Top 30 Most Distinguished Women of Medical Aesthetics, to kick off part one of this special two-part series. The pair unpack Maegen’s inspiring journey in aesthetics and dive into an extensive list of critical topics, pertinent to all med spa owners, including:

  • Successes and failures of her membership program, which is now bringing in $150k MRR
  • Her unique approach to the consultation
  • How to avoid de-valuing yourself
  • Creating elegant, sophisticated experiences for patients
  • How to raise prices while still growing your client base
  • Introducing new technology and devices into your practice
  • Building a loyal team that is aligned on the same vision
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True To Form Podcast
Hosted by PatientNow Director of Marketing and International Speaker, Audrey Neff, True to Form is a podcast between leaders making headway in the aesthetic, anti-aging, and elective medical industries. Learn from the experts to discover the secrets to success and the pitfalls to avoid when it comes to growing all aspects of your aesthetic practice this year and beyond.


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