Alex Goldfayn, CEO of Evangelist Marketing Institute, LLC, a revenue growth consultancy for clients who want to grow quickly, will be the featured speaker at a workshop Dec. 6 for leaders of manufacturing companies presented by Manufacturing Excellence Advisory Boards. The event, “Your Company Deserves More Revenue,” will take place at TPC Valencia from 7:30 to 10:30 a.m. Goldfayn’s average client grows by 15-20% in their first year of working with him. He is among the top-rated and most requested sales speakers in the world, motivating sales teams, managers, executives and owners to take simple action which will grow their business, and delivers more than 50 keynotes speeches and workshops on sales growth per year. Alex’s latest book, and what he will be speaking about on December 6th, is called The Revenue Growth Habit: The Simple Art of Growing Your Business By 15% in 15 Minutes A Day (published John C. Wiley & Sons). It was selected as the sales book of the year by 800-CEO-Read and Forbes called it one of the top 15 business books of 2015. His upcoming book, due to be released in March 2018, is called Selling Boldly: Applying The New Science of Positive Psychology To Dramatically Increase Your Confidence, Happiness & Sales (to be published by John C. Wiley & Sons). Alex lives in the Chicago area with his wife and eight-year-old twins, and it’s immediately obvious to everyone that Alex’s wife, Lisa, who raises the kids and feeds Alex, works much harder than he does! Attendance at this MEAB Workshop is restricted to Business Owners, CEOs, and Presidents of Manufacturing and Valued-Added Distribution Companies. It is recommended that the most senior executive of the company attend this workshop along with his or her direct report specifically responsible / accountable for revenue generation.The investment to attend this workshop is $30 per person, which covers the cost of breakfast. Manufacturing Excellence Advisory Boards was created for leaders to discuss their confidential business issues, receive feedback from their peers and tackle the tough issues related to growth and eventual exit of the business.The focus is on strategic and business planning, accountability, continuing executive education, and combined perspective to address challenges, opportunities, problems and situations.Each MEAB is an intimate group of individuals who meet monthly for support with success as the primary goal.