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Firestation Mastery: Sales Success

Firestation Mastery: Sales Success

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  • Wed 31 May ’17, 9:00am – 11:00am


Rotorua Firestation, 1289 Fenton St, Rotorua


All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • General Admission: $79.35



You don’t close a sale; you open a relationship if you want to build a long-term, successful enterprise.” - Patricia Fripp

Develop a sales strategy & master the art of selling.

This module covers the importance of your unique point of difference & understanding your target market. You will learn about the different sales & marketing channels at your disposal & how to track & measure your success.

Sales are a critical part of your business success. The majority of organisations fail to make it to their fifth birthday. Don’t become a statistic! Develop a sales strategy and master the art of selling.

A sales strategy is a must for all businesses, but especially important for a fledgling business. Many start-ups focus solely on creating a great product. It is equally important to convey how great your product is to the right people so they want to do business with you.

To do this you need to know what your unique point of difference and understand your target market and ideal client. From here you can identify the appropriate sales and marketing channels to become a sales superstar.

In this Mastery module we cover:
- Introducing Your Business… and Your Sales Approach
- Create A Sales Culture
- The Science of Persuasion
- A Sales Pipeline (Funnel) & Process
- Establish Useful Sales Metrics
- Build Leads & Gain Referrals
- Coach The Sale
- Celebrate Success
- Sales Implementation & Execution

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Cancellation policy: Cancellations must be received within 48 hours of the event or full payment is expected and no refunds were given.

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