27 Mar 2019

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Location: Devonshire Place
78 London Road
Leicester

LE2 0RA

Time: 9:00 am - 12:00 pm

If you want to learn how to sell your service or product this half-day workshop will provide a firm foundation of the steps you should cover and ensure you never miss a sale.

The pressure to keep sales coming in is felt by every business owner. Often the skill of finding and converting a sale is not something that comes naturally.

At this free, half-day workshop we will help you increase your chances of getting new business by improving your sales ability. We will cover the core elements of sales skills. You will leave with clarity and understanding of the customer journey as well as some top tips on how to make your business memorable with potential clients.

Content:

  • How to position a sale
  • How to look for buying signals
  • When to ask for the business
  • How and when to follow up
  • Make sure you don’t miss a sale again
  • Understand the language to use to get results
  • Networking buffet lunch

Who should attend?

Business owners in small and medium organisations new to selling or looking to improve their sales skills to achieve better results. You must be based in Leicester or Leicestershire and trade B2B.

Workshop speaker:

Karen Cureton of Cureton Consulting has over 25 years of sales experience. Previously a sales director for a housebuilder she has been running her own sales and social media consultancy since 2008. Karen understands the challenges of small/medium businesses and will provide valuable advice to take your business forward.

If you are interested in this workshop please click here.

PLEASE NOTE:

This event is delivered as part of the Collaborate Growing Business Together project in partnership with East Midlands Chamber (Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire, Leicestershire) and Paragon Law and is specifically aimed at businesses based in Leicester and Leicestershire, with fewer than 250 employees and which meet the eligibility criteria.

 

 

 

 

 

 


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