- The Essential Military-to-Civilian Transition Resource

Training businesses to succeed: A career with Crestcom

Provided by our sponsor

Share |

Article Sponsored by: Crestcom

Return to September/October 2014 Issue

Crestcom International, head-quartered in a beautiful, campus-like setting near Denver, Colo. and the Colorado Rockies, has emerged as a world leader in providing cutting-edge training solutions. Crestcom Franchisees market and deliver training in the areas of sales, management and leadership skills.


Post-Military Career You Have Been Looking For

Crestcom programs emphasize involvement, participation, teamwork and specific action planning at every session. They represent an innovative departure from traditional training methodology. Perhaps the most impressive thing about Crestcom training is that it works with all sizes of organizations, from small local companies to multi-national giants.


Each month, thousands of business professionals across six continents participate in Crestcom Bullet Proof® Manager training programs. Crestcom’s proprietary training is improving the way businesses motivate, communicate and help managers succeed. Businesses turn to Crestcom to help transform managers into leaders and generate real business results.


The Bullet Proof® Manager training session is a monthly business forum where managers and leaders develop their skills, exchange ideas and share what’s working now. Participants can join the program at any time. The Bullet Proof® Manager training program is a 12 month / one day per month program that covers 24 modules of management and leadership development.


Managers from 75% of Fortune Magazine’s “Most Admired Companies” have participated in the Bullet Proof® Manager training. More than 98% of clients have said Crestcom training equaled or exceeded their expectations.


In terms of an entrepreneurship opportunity, Crestcom is a great one. The business is recognized as a Bond’s Top 100 Franchise.


Training and Support for Franchisees


The company assists Franchisees in a variety of ways.


First, Crestcom provides eight days of initial training for prospective Franchisees.


In order to become a Crestcom Franchisee, candidates must successfully complete Crestcom’s initial training program where they will receive personalized instruction on how to manage, market and operate a Crestcom business.


Post-Military Career You Have Been Looking ForDuring the initial training, prospective Franchisees will typically have an opportunity to spend three days with an existing Franchisee learning the sales and marketing process as well as attend a monthly Crestcom Bullet Proof® Manager training session, then participate in three days of classroom training at Crestcom’s headquarters in Denver.


Crestcom provides Franchisees with state-of-the-art training and marketing materials. The company has also developed a comprehensive Training and Procedures Manual and video presentations and scripts of various steps of the Crestcom sales process. In addition, Crestcom will pay 50% of a franchise candidate’s round trip airfare to attend both field training and initial training in Denver.



Crestcom Executive Franchise Advantages:

-Financial Freedom

-Control of your own destiny

-Career that impacts lives

-Low overhead

-Lifestyle business

-Nationwide locations available


Franchise Candidates possess these qualities:

-Sales Skills

-Communication Skills

-Management Skills

-Ability to develop relationships and build trust

-Commitment to succeed


Crestcom also hosts an annual International Meeting. In addition to improving skills and sharing best practices, the International Meeting provides a forum for celebrating outstanding results and honoring top producers.


What’s your next step?


If you have exceptional talent and drive and if you have the desire to be your own boss and own your own business, owning a Crestcom franchise just might be the post-military career you have been looking for. Call Charles Parsons at 303-515-3925 for more information, or email at You can also visit



Return to September/October 2014 Issue