Complimentary Sales Workshop
For Presidents, CEO's, Business Owners, VP's of Sales and Sales Professionals
Stop Chasing and Start Closing
July 20 @ 7:30am - 9:00am
This two-hour complimentary executive workshop is for Business Owners, CEOs, Presidents, VPs of Sales and Sales Professionals.
Increase Sales ♦ Gain New Customers ♦ Double Your Revenue!
The foundation of every high-growth, high revenue, profitable and predictable sales engine is a strong sales process. What's your process? You will find this session valuable if you or your team are......
- Sick of prospects telling you they "want to think-it-over" and not sure what to do next
- Frustrated in spending too much time writing proposals and not enough time getting business
- Struggling to put a proactive prospecting system in place to fill the pipeline
- Worried that you're often "bailing out" and lowering your prices in order to close business
- Angry about wasting time with prospects with no money or decision-making power
JOIN US for this development session to re-engineer your selling process to achieve your 2018 goals.
Sandler Training is the world's leading sales training company. No sales presentation is made at this event. Brian McDevitt, sales growth expert and trainer, will cover key points that prior attendees discovered why their salespeople are not producing at the level they could be. Even top performers!
Leverage the experience and learn how we can help you build a dynamic and profitable sales organization or improve your personal performance.
Seating is limited and it is on a first come, first served basis.
STRENGTHENING SALES PROFESSIONALS AND TEAMS THROUGHOUT COLORADO
During this Workshop You Will Learn…
How traditional ways of selling turn professionals into “unpaid consultants"
How to build stronger relationships with existing clients and get more referrals
How to minimize price as a factor in getting and keeping business
Why sales cycles get longer and longer
How to become more effective at networking new business
Why people who should be good at business development don’t perform to expectations
How to hire the right type of people who will work to your satisfaction