APTech (Reston, Virginia) has opened registration to its latest webinar, Sales Re-entry Strategy: Are You Ready? that will take place Tuesday, July 14, 2020, from 2 pm to 3 pm Eastern Standard Time. In this webinar, which is free to APTech current members and non-members, sales coaching specialist Leslie Groene will share ideas that salespeople can use to better engage with clients in bold new ways in a post-pandemic environment. She’ll discuss why focusing on helping clients grow and improve their own businesses, is always a much greater differentiator than selling a product or a service. You’ll learn how to develop and strengthen relationships with both clients and prospects that will help you both thrive in our “new normal” world.
Groene is a coaching “superstar” in the world of corporate sales as well as a dynamic and engaging business and motivational speaker. She helps her clients with revenue generation and profit growth. Her sales seminars are continually sold out and have produced impressive results in a variety of corporate settings. Groene’s roots, in fact, are in the commercial printing industry in Southern California. She has also authored the business-strategy book Picture Yourself & the Life You Want.
“The global events of early 2020 have deeply impacted almost everyone,” said Thayer Long, President of APTech. “Now that we’re getting back to business, it has become clear that there is no more ‘business as usual.’ This webinar will make sure you’re ready to sell in this new environment.” The webinar will also cover:
• How to review your current sales plan and adjust for the “new normal.”
• Why you should start your new process with your existing customers.
• How to conduct meaningful conference calls and video meetings.
• Where to discover the major areas of concern for your prospects and customers – and demonstrate how you can help them. For more information and to register, please visit: https://printtechnologies.org/salesreentry.
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