Manila, PH – Sales pitches present the product/service to attract attention of customers. It is an important selling technique for entrepreneurs. It is vital if you want to turn prospects into paying customers.
An excellent sales pitch is convincing and persuasive so a prospect is moved into buying a product.
Know how to acquire customers with compelling sales pitches in Salesmanship Seminar 2019 on October 17, 2019 at AIM Conference Center, Makati City, PH.
This seminar will help you hone your skills in Salesmanship through understanding the customer journey and selling process, how to turn prospects into paying customers, how you can create and prepare sales pitches, how to successfully close deals, how you can win and keep customers for sustainable business, and how to do sales planning, budgeting, and forecasting.
Participants of Salesmanship Seminar last July 2019
at AIM Conference Center, Makati City, PH.
According to Michael Halper, Author and Founder, CEO of SalesScripter, to have a compelling sales pitch, one should not sound like a salesperson when selling a product/service. Instead, present yourself as a reliable business person who can resolve and help solve customers’ problems. An awesome sales pitch can move prospects into the next steps of the sales process.
Bernard N. San Juan III, General Manager of TrueLogic Online
Solutions, Inc. discussed prospecting customers …
This seminar is open to all Sales Managers, Customer Service Representative and Agents, Customer Care Personnel, Business Development Managers, Product Managers, Brand Managers, Marketing Managers, Fund Raisers, Account Managers, Account Officers, Sales Executives, Sales Representatives, Front Liners, and those who are involved in the business of selling products/services and customer relationship management.
Turn prospects into paying customers with compelling sales pitches!
Attend the Salesmanship Seminar 2019 on October 17, 2019 at
AIM Conference Center, Makati City, PH!
This program is organized by Fiera de Manila, Inc. (https://www.fmi.com.ph).
For inquiries, call: +632-896-0639, 896-0637, email: firstname.lastname@example.org,
visit website: www.fmi.com.ph