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One chance to make a good first impression

It is so often said that you only get one chance to make a good first impression, but why? As sales people we are generally meeting a lot of people for the first time through our work, after all, most true selling is still done person-to-person if not face-to-face. It is, therefore, essential to be able to engage quickly and easily and the 'first impression' is where it all starts. In Professo...
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Black Friday? How about Rainbow Monday…

Be 'better' than 'Black Friday'. [ap_column_wrap] [ap_column span="3"] Here at Venture Training we do not go in for slash discounting on a particular Friday. Here's our alternative to 'Black Friday': Excellent value, real world training for your business EVERY DAY OF THE WEEK! One sale gained through our sales training will give an instant return on your very modest investment. ...
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Do you actually want buyers?

For those of us in business the answer to the question 'Do you actually want buyers?' would generally be a 'yes!' [ap_column_wrap] [ap_column span="3"]There is a distinct difference, though, between someone buying from you and you selling to someone. Let's say they arrive at your flower shop choose an arrangement and buy it. Great! However, think about it a little deeper. If someone had inter...
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Business cards

Business cards are much more important than you may think. We all understand the importance of making sure our business contacts have the means to reach us, and vice versa but there is a protocol, by which I don't mean the very admirable Asian methods of presentation. Firstly, the design: Your cards should be informative but not cluttered nor overly complex but contain enough information fo...
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People like being sold to…

Yes, you read that correctly. Selling is not about hoodwinking the customer, getting one-over on them and good sales professionals understand this. When a trained sales professional is selling to a prospect the prospect is comfortable and at ease with the process. Remember, in any sale the prospect actually wants to buy the product/service. Take the stress and pressure away and it is generally an...
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