Marin SBDCSan Rafael, CA

Getting the Yes: Communication Tactics for Better Sales

Getting the Yes: Communication Tactics for Better Sales

Thursday, October 4, 2018 6:00pm to 9:00pm
$25

If you don’t like sales or think you are terrible at sales, this is workshop for you.  You will learn how to make sales fun and approachable so that you can get the yeses you deserve.

Sales have gotten a bad reputation.  You may have even been “sold” to in the past in a way that feels uncomfortable.  You may think that’s the way to do it.  It’s not. Instructor Laurie Zerga will teach an alternative to the stereo-typed method to sales.  You will learn to build a sales system that meets your personal style.  When you find your authentic approach, you will build relationships and your ideal client will be attracted to your unique products and services.  During the workshop you will:

  • Learn how to find customers
  • Develop a step by step approach to get people to act
  • Identify 3 techniques to communicate your product or services
  • Learn to get the Yes

Instructor Laurie Zerga has advised companies to grow using marketing and sales strategies.  She’s uncovered simple techniques to double sales in as little as three to six months.  She’s works with small solo-entrepreneurs to privately owned companies with 8-figure sales.  She leverages 20 years of corporate background and experience growing her own company, Chef-K Inc. to an international presence.

to Register: 415.485.9305
Marin SBDC: 41.755.1000
College of Marin Kentfield Campus Academic Center Rm 236
835 College Ave
Kentfield

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