Planning and Holding Successful Online Sales Meetings

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Planning and Holding Successful Online Sales Meetings

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With salespeople missing the face-to-face interactions with prospects, clients and partners, the shift to a hybrid working model now seems inevitable for most organisations.

This 90-minute webinar is designed to help participants develop new sales strategies and give them the confidence to conduct successful and effective online sales events and meetings.

It will also help participants to create and manage new client relationships.

The topics to be covered in this webinar are as follows:

1. The mindset and elements required for successful selling online

2. Conduct a successful online meeting (Technology, Content, Camera Angle, Lighting, Backgrounds, Demonstrations and Testimonials)

3. Advantages to selling remotely – Increasing your sales productivity

4. How to get online engagement from your prospects or customers

5. The all-importance follow up and follow-through after an online meeting

6. How to motivate and energise yourself and your team for successful selling

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Organiser Carlow Kilkenny Training Skillnet

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The Carlow Kilkenny Skillnet was established in January 1999 by a number of Senior Managers in organisations in the Carlow Kilkenny area. Initial discussions showed that the organisations shared common training problems, namely,

  • Access to information on courses / training, and new technologies available for training purposes
  • Sourcing training programmes
  • Finding courses that were relevant to the specific needs of each organisation
  • The location of available courses

By working together, these organisations have developed new, low cost, customised, and locally based solutions for their management and staff.

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