Clayton, NC, February 06, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Sandler Training Sales Matters is hosting an executive workshop entitled, “Sell More…Sell More Easily” on February 19, 2014 from 8:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. at the Sandler Training – Sales Matters office at 11379 US 70 Business Highway West, Clayton, NC. The session is designed for sales professionals and business owners desiring to learn proven sales techniques that will increase sales and drive revenue.
Attendees will learn how to overcome frustrations and challenges that sales professionals face daily such as long sales cycles; giving away unpaid consulting; price shopping; and prospects just wanting to “think it over.” Attendees are encouraged to come with an open mind ready to learn new concepts.
“Sales are the backbone of every business,” comments Susan Sykes, President of Sandler Training Sales Matters. “To reach sales or personal revenue goals, salespeople must examine their sales process. Often this means learning an entirely new approach, implementing a new sales system and working to have a winning attitude. Sandler training teaches proven techniques and provides on-going coaching and reinforcement. I’ll be sharing some of these proven tactics during this workshop.”
For more information or to register, contact Sales Matters at 919-585-5025 or register online at salesmatters.sandler.com. The registration deadline is Feb. 14, 2014. Seating is limited.
About Sandler Training Sales Matters
Sales Matters provides corporate and individual sales training and coaching, management training, selling for business development professionals, goal setting and customer service training. Classes are held at 11379 US 70 Business Highway West, Clayton, NC 27520 or at the client’s location. 919-585-5025 - Let’s connect: Facebook at SalesMattersInc; Google+ at Sandler Training - Sales Matters salesmatters.sandler.com
About Sandler Training
Sandler Training is a global training organization with over three decades of experience and proven results. Their non-traditional training approach promotes lasting changes in behavior and attitude over time that lead to incremental growth.