These days, it’s not just the incoming sales that matter. Those who are living and running by just having a sale won’t be surviving the next few years. Long-term relationships are becoming the way of living for sales professionals. Here are the reasons why you need to have a Sustainable Selling process:
- Long-term business relationships withstand changing market values – Both you and your business partner can adjust your terms easier than those who have little to no relationship at all.
- You can offer more opportunities to your partners – With a constant and easier communication comes the opportunity to share more offers to your partners, and it’s your win if they got interested to it.
- It’s a win-win situation – Your sales team which has key omnibus accounts will have an advantage over a competitor which has none. At the same time, your partner has an advantage over its competitors as it has someone to serve to rather than continuing to look for one.
Won’t it be great if your sales team focused on account management as well, rather than just sticking to sales quotas? This is where the Sustainable Selling Master Class comes in.
Led by book author, motivational speaker and Asia’s top sales trainer, Tom Abbott ACC, CSP, the Sustainable Selling Master Class – part of the DoubleDigitGrowth Sales Seminar Philippines series – is a one-day workshop that will share tips on how to make the most out of your sales team’s accounts. Build stronger relationships with partners, achieve a consistent flow of referrals and get more repeat business.
Through the Sustainable Selling Master Class, you will help your sales team develop a sustainable selling process. This workshop is perfect for C-level executives, Sales Managers, Sales Leaders and Sales Professionals from companies of all sizes. This will be held on Friday, May 25, 2018 at Tower Club atop the Philamlife Tower in Makati, the place where top executives meet and share ideas.
Interested to join the Sustainable Selling Master Class? Call us at (+63 2) 633-0153, 643-3887 or 535-1150, SMS +63 920 981 4376 or +63 920 924 2532, email firstname.lastname@example.org or register online here.