The Specsavers Pathway Program allows new partners to invest in their future by becoming business-ready, instilling them with the confidence and skills to build their teams, run their stores and serve their community as a Joint Venture Partner (JVP). Increasingly, many Specsavers partners are opting to relocate to regional areas once they complete the Program […]
The first Pathway Program of 2020 commenced at the Specsavers Melbourne Support Office last week. The 20 participants were inducted into the Program, learning more about Specsavers’ brand, and culture, and what to expect in the upcoming months.
Only months after Shelley Wang and Ryan Gibson became Joint Venture Partners (JVPs) of Specsavers Glenfield in New Zealand, their store expanded to accommodate increasing demand and state-of-the-art technology. Shelley and Ryan, who graduated from the Pathway and Partner in Development programs, respectively, discuss how Specsavers’ partner development programs set them up for success and rapid business growth.
Specsavers store partners came together on Saturday 2 March at the ICC in Sydney’s Darling Harbour for the biennial Specsavers Partnership Seminar. More than 800 partners and support team members were present for the event, which was themed ‘#STRONGER’ as both groups looked ahead towards the continued strengthening of the Specsavers Joint Venture Partnership.
Keeping it simple’ is a core competency at Specsavers, so when it comes to explaining our Joint Venture Partnership or JVP model, we like to keep things transparent and to the point – so, here we focus on some of the essential ingredients in our recipe for success.