Brilliant Sales Prospecting, Holiday Inn, Thursday, 12. September 2019

Brilliant Sales Prospecting
Hit your new business sales target every month!
DescriptionHow to uncover new business opportunities, convert new enquiries and follow-up existingcustomers, using the LinkedIn, telephone and email.
ContentYou will learn new skills to be able to generate new business prospects. It includes thebest of best online and off-line prospecting techniques – uniquely combining them formaximum effectiveness.

How to self-generate or respond to new business leads and opportunities using 'organised persistence'

Gain additional business and referrals from existing contacts

Save time and effort using proven business-development skills

How to write sales emails that get read and responded

Cold calling and making appointments by telephone

How to use LinkedIn and CRM to increase your prospecting ability

Who should attendAll sales and marketing staff and managers, business owners and freelance staff.
Running time: Half day from 09.15 to 12.45
Tickets: RRP £149 Plus VAT per person (Early bird booked 3 weeks in advance £99 Plus VAT)
Reserve your ticket now and pay on invoice
About the trainer and training formatThe course is delivered by Graham Roberts-Phelps, business skills training specialistOver the last twenty years Graham has personally trained or coached over 25,000 businessprofessionals in 30 countries and hundreds of organisations.The course is interactive, well-paced and highly participative, using the latest learningtechniques to help capture and keep learner’s attention throughout the course.

‘Very confident in the subject, and amusing too. Made the course very interesting. Avery clear sales model to use going forward.’‘Full of useful hints and tips which I will apply to my job.’‘Extremely well presented and structured’

Thursday, 12. September 2019, Holiday Inn, Brilliant Sales Prospecting

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