Press Release: 60 year old housewife turns failing hotel into six-figure business in less than 8 months
LIGHTNING RELEASES – (Champagne, France Tuesday February 11th 2014).Yvonne Halling, owner of a luxury bed and breakfast, Les Molyneux, in the heart of the Champagne region of France has just been recognised by world famous small business online sales and marketing software company, Infusionsoft. She has been selected out for her creativity using the company’s unique software to turn around her failing B&B business into a six-figure business
Halling, the Author of ‘Bed and Breakfast Magic! How to Transform Your Bed and Breakfast Into A Booming 6 Figure Business’ has been named as one of Infusionsoft’s 24 Entrepreneurs Doing What They Love this week.
She also won Infusionsoft’s Ultimate Marketer Contest “Best in Class for Customer Satisfaction” in 2013 and is a sought after consultant, coach and mentor to bed and breakfast businesses, inns and small hotels around the world. Her unique systems will transform any small hospitality business.
- Back in 2009 she couldn’t pay her bills and was desperate!
- The Bank was just about to foreclose on her home!
- She turned her home into a small hotel and used Infusionsoft software to attract guests
- In less than eight months she was pulling in six-figures in the famous Champagne region in the French countryside.
Faced with mounting debt, three failed businesses behind her, and no money to even pay basic bills, Yvonne Halling decided that she had to turn things around quickly. She set about turning her home into a 4-room bed and breakfast business dedicated to serving a particular niche. Her reputation grew and with Infusionsoft’s systems in place, she grew her little business to 6 figures and beyond, in an industry that typically makes around $15,000 a year in Europe.
She has also presented on stage at industry events, where she shares her 10 step blueprint system that any small hospitality business can utilise using Infusionsoft.
Yvonne Halling is available for Interview by calling +33 326 48 20 52 or please email her at firstname.lastname@example.org