Accomplished Motorcycle Industry leader whose diligence, integrity and innovations have produced a remarkable track record of integrity and results in: Business Development, Industry Relationships, Performance Management, Brand Creation, Dealer Development and most important; inspiring others to grow personally and professionally through education and motivation.
A graduate of the Wharton School of Business Executive Education Program, Frank Esposito is a respected leader and precisionist in the motorcycle industry with over 35 years of hands-on experience in every facet of the business. Frank is a master storyteller of real people and events, including his own, distilling down years of leadership and sales insights which go far beyond traditional textbook sales training.
While Frank has seen more than his share of success, it is his personal and business challenges that have shaped his personal commitment to being of service to other people. His challenges have included debilitating injuries incurred in a life-threatening motorcycle racing crash, which as a result helped him embrace dramatic changes to substantially grow as a person and as a professional.
During his more than 3 decades as a President and COO, Frank has refined his approach to sales and to life. Along the way, he began to articulate the deep resources of strength, perseverance, and confidence that come with failure and how to harness it to achieve even greater success. Frank encourages audiences to embrace service to others as a perspective to live by. Along with some good humor and an authentic speaking style, Frank’s engagements are lively and fun, and always leave the audience engaged and ready to take specific actions.
A true story of miracles, inspiration and enlightenment, this is Frank’s signature speech. Enjoyable for all types of audiences, Frank uses storytelling as his tool to illustrate how there is a champion in each and every one of us. Audiences will leave looking at triumph and tragedy differently, as well as be inspired to embrace the champion which can be found inside all of us.
In this highly motivational talk Frank discusses what it takes to be a great salesperson, and how a simple mindset shift can make all the difference between being an ordinary salesperson and an extraordinary one. With the insights Frank brings to light as well as the practical tools he shares, all salesmen will leave this talk inspired to make a positive impact on their company, their customers, and be fully able to sell like a champion.
Creating Competitive Advantage
What if the greatest return on investment for your company did not cost anything, would improve your business advantage, and raise the morale throughout your entire organization? Creating Competitive Advantage is an interactive lecture that engages the audience and encourages participation at all levels of the company. Attendees will leave with a work plan to not only ensure their success, but also to create and grow your organizations’ competitive advantage.
Life and Death Retail
Frank shares his personal comeback journey after a life threatening accident, which led to a breakthrough way of finding success in retail selling. Frank uses his miraculous story to illustrate the insightful techniques and work plan he developed to create win-win solutions in retail. This talk is for any organization that wishes to exponentially increase their sales, retain existing customers, and attract new customers.
Wharton Business School MBA Class
Merrick School of Business, University of Baltimore
Aresty Institute of Executive Management
Tax and Financial Advisors, Inc.
International Motorcycle Safety Convention
Motorcycle Dealer Expo
American International Motorcycle Expo
Tucker Rocky Distributing
Western Power Sports, Inc.
Chaparral Motorsports, Inc.
Scorpion Sports, Inc.
Frank attended Widener University for Mechanical Engineering and is a graduate of the Wharton Business School Executive Education Program, University of Pennsylvania. His personal business experiences were featured in a top 30 Business Book of the year 2012, Team Turnarounds by Joe Frontiera, PhD.