Following on from the recent 60 minute seminar How to make the telephone your best marketing tool I presented at Northampton Chamber of Commerce, I was pleased at the amount of questions and interest the topic generated.
As a result I will run a 1 day workshop over the next few weeks in Northampton or Northamptonshire, about ……
How to develop new business over the phone
It will be a very interactive session, more of a workshop than a training course. I will include some training work on call structure, how to construct your own benefit statements, dealing with objections and questioning skills.
Nevertheless the day is intended to give you the opportunity to build your own call guide, your own benefit statements and decide on your best approach to making your own calls. Mostly you are people who run your own businesses. So we won’t be TELLING you what to say, but you will have the fantastic opportunity to get some ideas from others in the room about what may work for you. In return you’ll be asked for your ideas on what may work for them.
Who this 1 day workshop is aimed at
The day is aimed at owners or managers of (most likely) small or medium sized businesses in or around Northampton, who either already do or want to make more effective outgoing telephone calls to customers and prospects. We’ll help you identify who to phone, what to say, how to structure your call and how to store your call notes for next time.
A hands-on type of workshop working in groups – where you help each other generate ideas specifically aimed at helping you in your business.
The fee you pay will be largely based on how many people we can accommodate on the day : clearly the more people we get, the more we can spread the room hire costs.
I will be able to let you know the likely fee once we know how many people are likely to attend.
So if you are interested in attending, subject to cost, date and venue please let me know via e-mail to email@example.com
To Market one day seminar How to develop new business over the phone is being run for business owners and those responsible for new business development in Northampton, Rushden, Wellingborough, Kettering, Corby, Raunds, Thrapston and all parts of Northamptonshire.