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Sales mistakes to avoid – 5 common habits

By andrew on May 7, 2019

5 sales mistakes to avoid. Work on your integrity to build great long term trading relationships with customers. This will make them more likely to buy from you more often. Take the long term view.

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Character traits of great sales people

By andrew on January 7, 2019

8 traits of successful sales people. What makes some sales people more successful than others? Not just these 8 for sure, but this is a good blueprint to help keep your own personal bar set high. Setting high standards leads to greater satisfaction and more success. You know it makes sense!

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Sales mistakes to avoid – 5 bad habits

By andrew on December 4, 2018

5 sales mistakes to avoid. Work on your integrity to build great long term trading relationships with customers. This will make them more likely to buy from you more often. Take the long term view.

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Telemarketing appointment setting in choppy waters

By andrew on December 1, 2018

Telemarketing appointment setting in tough times. Listen carefully to what the other person is saying and think through the implications of their situation and how you could help them. More tips on appointment making for telemarketing and lead generation teams as well as field based sales teams here.

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Good selling is not always about selling

By andrew on November 19, 2018

Good selling in B2B is often about informing and offering knowledge, and advice to your customer, then allowing them to make their decision. Building your own credibility long-term with industrial or commercial customers will pay great dividends long-term once they know they can trust you.

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It’s amazing how often quotes aren’t followed up

By andrew on November 13, 2018

It’s amazing how often quotes aren’t followed up in B2B. They are your best chance of business, so if you are only going to call 10 people today, make sure it’s those you’ve sent quotes to. Also you want a reasonable return on the amount of time you’ve invested in preparing the proposal. That’s reasonable. Remember to use a number of methods of contact.

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How to build up the decision-making unit

By andrew on September 20, 2018

Building up your knowledge about the decision-making unit within your client accounts is important to help keep your competitors out. Otherwise you’re vulnerable if one day your key contact leaves. On a recent course we discussed some ideas to help you keep in with your customer accounts.

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Effective appointment setting for field sales

By andrew on September 2, 2018

Appointment setting for field sales teams. One day course run in-house on your premises to help those who prefer selling face to face and who need a little help setting more appointments, with more customers more often. We also run open courses on this subject where you can mix with other sales personnel facing the same challenges.

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Sales training for accountants – London

By andrew on May 28, 2018

Sales training for accountants in London on a recent one day course. Focused on looking at sales as a process and aimed at helping teams of accountants understand how to run the process to get the most from it. How to conduct a meeting with a client, pre-meeting preparation, how to stand out and how to identify what the client is looking for are all topics we discussed in this lively training day.

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There are prizes for second in selling

By andrew on December 8, 2017

There are no prizes for second they say. However in selling there often are. Keep in touch and be helpful and friendly and one day your chance will come. Their favoured supplier will let them down at some point. Or even more key their sales contact leaves. The relationship starts again and you have your opportunity. Make the most of it.

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